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Workshops…tutors

Almost final now… We’ll have a great group of tutors for the workshop. With us : Antoine D’agata, Philip Blenkinsop, Patrick de Noirmont, Olivier Nilsson, Steve Raymer and Arantxa Cedillo… Nic Dunlop was a probability but he has to be in Phnom Penh that week for the ongoing KR tribunal. We’ll make four working groups. It will all evolve around documentary photography but with some variations, going with the work style of each tutor. As well, remember, we are all volunteers and there is hardly any photo-workshop where you get this kind of line-up… And since we are located next to John McDermot’s Photo Gallery in Siem Reap, John will spend sometimes with a number of students toward the end of the week, to talk and show what is it to print images for exhibition and running a Photo Gallery. I let go do the search yourself on the net to find out who’s who…

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  1. rn October 4, 2009 at 6:49 pm #

    You can send an email to comment or tell your wish group…RN

    • Patrick Willocq October 7, 2009 at 8:38 pm #

      Hello Roland,
      I attended the 2007 festival and was hoping to join this year again but unfortunately I read there won’t be any this year. I understand you are still running the workshops but i figured from reading this blog entries that application have been closed (?) for 2009. I would love to join the 2010 edition, if planned, and was hoping you could shed some light as to registration process (which I can’t seem to find here). I am French, based in HK and passionate about B&W analogue photography (my hobby)
      Many thanks in advance, I look forward to hearing from you
      Patrick

  2. Jean Chung October 19, 2009 at 3:09 pm #

    Hi Roland. You are a great lineup of tutors this year. Congratulations!

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Apple computer in Cambodia

FutureWorldWe are pleased to announce that the Apple Computer Distributor in Siem Reap/Cambodia FUTURE WORLD Ltd (on Sivutha Road) will  loan to us an iMac 24 inch and a couple of Mac Mini with monitors for the duration of the workshop… They will also offer a discount to any participant of the workshop who wish to purchase an iPods, MacBook Pro, etc… [http://futureworld.com.kh/]

A special price will be available for the people on the workshop… pdf list : APPLE_pricelist_(Future World_SR)

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  1. e-one October 5, 2009 at 12:38 pm #

    awesome APPLE!!

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We’ll be based at the FCC Angkor

Official… we have entered an agreement with the FCC ANGKOR to base the workshop on their ground. We’ll be able to have comfortable space for working. It’s walking distance to almost everything in Siem Reap and they have great cappuccinos. We”ll meet there first on the evening of November 21st to get together and show […]

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Story on TB

We will, as part of the workshop, generate a story of TB situation in Siem Reap area, as STOP TB Partnership is one of our sponsor.

Following the workshop I did (your coordinator) earlier this year (March 2009) with young Brazilian photographers in the favelas of Rio de Janeiro, we’ll work with one photographer on documenting TB and MDR-TB extend and treatment for that part of Cambodia. If some already invited students express some particular interest to the story, they should send me a mail.

StopTB Partnership bannerhttp://www.stoptb.org/

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Workshop 2009 participants

We have sent invitations email to a number of applicants and several more will be sent over the following days when we have a final line-up of tutors… For those invited, we are waiting for your response. In case you cannot attend it will free a space for another one… Remember that you have to support yourself your travel to Cambodia.

Over the following weeks, we’ll post more info on travelling, visa …

If you have been invited, start to think (and do research) about what story you intend to develop during the workshop.

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  1. Karolus Naga September 10, 2009 at 4:54 pm #

    congratulations to all …

    see you guys in Siem Riep

    cheers

  2. Ian Ahmad September 14, 2009 at 7:48 pm #

    congratulations to selected participant

  3. Jean Chung September 19, 2009 at 10:11 am #

    Congratulations, and kudos to Roland and the gang..thanks so much for your dedication in teaching young Asian photographers.

  4. Bill Bartmann September 23, 2009 at 12:01 am #

    I don’t know If I said it already but …Excellent site, keep up the good work. I read a lot of blogs on a daily basis and for the most part, people lack substance but, I just wanted to make a quick comment to say I’m glad I found your blog. Thanks, 🙂

    A definite great read..

    -Bill-Bartmann

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Closure of Applications…

That’s it, there was plenty of time… Now we have a lot of work to do…Give us maybe a good week or a little more and we’ll tell you (individually) if you are on the list for the free workshop 2009. Do not send us any email to ask if you have been selected or not…we will not answer.

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Application drawing to a close

You have until the end of the month (August 31st) to send your application for the free Angkor Photo Workshop in Siem Reap Cambodia. We hope to have our work base at the FCC. Among potential new tutors we may have Nic Dunlop (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nic_Dunlop), a true Irish photog based in Bangkok who’s credit includes the founding of Duch…I talk to Nic a few days ago and he says that he’ll be thrill to get involved.

Our financial situation is on the low side but we intend to accommodate two dozen lucky Asian photographers for this workshop… keep posted! we tentatively will publish the list before mid-September.

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  1. apws June 21, 2009 at 5:16 pm #

    We could have a projection with the the work of the BLINDBOYS at one of the evening workshop show at the FCC Angkor…

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