TALK TALK TALK African Photography Conversations

  1. TALK TALK TALK is a series of presentations and discussions around photography in African contexts with the aim of networking the different initiatives and photographers on the continent and beyond:

    MEMORY
    Date and time: 26 April 2021 / 9pm EAT
    Guests:
    Amina Kadous, visual artist, Egypt
    Logo "Logor" Oluwamuyiwa, photographer, Nigeria
    Host: Faridah Folawiyo, curator, Nigeria

    TTT gives African photography initiatives and photographers engaging with the continent the possibility to present themselves to an otherwise not accessible audience. The events aim to build a base for future collaboration between the various initiatives and individuals around African photography. By asking the right questions about the challenges and necessities within each field of photography, solutions can be evaluated through conversations.

    TALK TALK TALK is publicly accessible and will presented on the CAP Associations CAP TV as well as on UPPA respective video channels to grant sustainable access to an interested audience world wide. Visit talktalktalk.photo or apsociety.net for further details.

    TALK TALK TALK is an initiative by APS members FOTEA and CAP Association.

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  2. TALK TALK TALK is a series of presentations and discussions around photography in African contexts with the aim of networking the different initiatives and photographers on the continent and beyond:

    PHOTO COLLECTIVES
    Date and time: 20 April 2021 / 5pm EAT
    Guests:
    Abdo Shanan, photographer, Algeria
    Wacera Njagi, journalist, Kenya
    Host: Ala Kheir, photographer, Sudan

    Destinations: Streamed live on APS, Everyday Africa and CAP Prize facebook pages

    FREE ADMISSION

    TTT gives African photography initiatives and photographers engaging with the continent the possibility to present themselves to an otherwise not accessible audience. The events aim to build a base for future collaboration between the various initiatives and individuals around African photography. By asking the right questions about the challenges and necessities within each field of photography, solutions can be evaluated through conversations.

    TALK TALK TALK is publicly accessible and will presented on the CAP Associations CAP TV as well as on UPPA respective video channels to grant sustainable access to an interested audience world wide. Visit talktalktalk.photo or apsociety.net for further details.

    TALK TALK TALK is an initiative by APS members FOTEA and CAP Association.
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  3. TALK TALK TALK est une série de présentations et de discussions autour de la photographie dans les contextes africains dans le but de mettre en réseau les différentes initiatives et les photographes du continent et au-delà :

    DOCUMENTAIRE SOCIAL
    Date & heures : 2 Mars, 2021, 17 h EAT
    Invités :
    Raïssa Karama Rwizibuka, photographe et conteuse du réel
    Gosette Lubondo, photographe
    Titre : Documentaire Social
    Hôte : Yvon Langué, commissaire d'exposition

    Diffusion : Diffusé en direct sur les pages facebook de l'APS, du Prix Carmignac et du Prix CAP

    ADMISSION GRATUITE

    TALK TALK TALK est accessible au public et est disponible sous forme de podcast vidéo sur talktalktalk.photo et sur les Apple Podcasts.

    TALK TALK TALK est une initiative des membres de l'APS FOTEA et de l'association CAP.

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  4. TALK TALK TALK is a series of presentations and discussions around photography in African contexts with the aim of networking the different initiatives and photographers on the continent and beyond:

    Photo Reportage
    Date and time: 8 December 2020 / 5pm EAT
    Guests: César Dezfuli & Kabir Dhanji
    Host: Melody Gygax

    TTT gives African photography initiatives and photographers engaging with the continent the possibility to present themselves to an otherwise not accessible audience. The events aim to build a base for future collaboration between the various initiatives and individuals around African photography. By asking the right questions about the challenges and necessities within each field of photography, solutions can be evaluated through conversations.

    TALK TALK TALK is publicly accessible and will presented on the CAP Associations CAP TV as well as on UPPA respective video channels to grant sustainable access to an interested audience world wide.

    TALK TALK TALK is an initiative by APS members FOTEA and CAP Association.

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  5. TALK TALK TALK is a series of presentations and discussions around photography in African contexts with the aim of networking the different initiatives and photographers on the continent and beyond:

    Mobile Phone Photography
    Date and time: 5 November 2020 / 5pm EAT
    Guests: Ismail Zaidy & Eyoeal Kefyalew
    Presenter: Stella Nantongo

    TTT gives African photography initiatives and photographers engaging with the continent the possibility to present themselves to an otherwise not accessible audience. The events aim to build a base for future collaboration between the various initiatives and individuals around African photography. By asking the right questions about the challenges and necessities within each field of photography, solutions can be evaluated through conversations.

    TALK TALK TALK is publicly accessible and will presented on the CAP Associations CAP TV as well as on UPPA respective video channels to grant sustainable access to an interested audience world wide.

    TALK TALK TALK is an initiative by APS members Uganda Press Photo Award and CAP Prize.

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TALK TALK TALK African Photography Conversations

African Photographic Society

TALK TALK TALK is a series of presentations and discussions around photography in African contexts with the aim of networking the different initiatives on the continent and beyond and developing ideas for future collaboration.

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