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November 5th, 2010

World Photography Festival

Posted by Hariman in conferences & shows

WPO san-francisco

The first World Photography Organization festival to be held in the US will be in San Francisco, November 18-21 at Left Space Studios, 2055 Bryant Street. The event will include four days of workshops, talks, live photo-shoots, portfolio reviews, and portfolio workshops lead by industry leaders.

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  1. on November 5th, 2010 at 10:48 am

    Ugh. Yet another reason I wish I lived in San Francisco.


  2. on November 10th, 2010 at 4:31 pm

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  3. Elena said,

    on November 17th, 2010 at 11:24 am

    Exciting, the first World Photography Organization festival to be held in the US is coming to San Francisco. Here is a ink to the online program: http://www.worldphoto.org/_assets/files/San_Francisco_Festival_Online_Programme_Low_Res(1).pdf
    One of the most important awards is The Student Focus Award. Artists use photography to raise awareness on a specific global issue. Student Focus unites a variety of institutions world wide to organize talks, exhibits, and portfolios as well.
    By raising awareness to global issues through art work the artist provides recognition, truth and attention to important global issues. Here is last years winner The Princes Rainforests Project (PRP): http://www.worldphoto.org/about-wpo/the-focus-award/20082009-focus-award/

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