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Words of Advice: Tutors of the Workshops

Words of Advice: Tutors of the Workshops

Angkor photo festival has become THE place for Southeast Asian photographers to meet up annually, and a real camaraderie among regional photographers has been built. The workshops at the festival have become the ones nurturing the next generation of Asian and...

A ‘Retrospective’ of Shōji Ueda

A ‘Retrospective’ of Shōji Ueda

We’re thrilled to present 'Retrospective', an exhibition of works by one of Japan’s most outstanding photographers, the late Shōji Ueda. Born in 1913, Shoji was influential in developing photography in Japan throughout the 1900s. He was renowned for his unique style,...

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Bring Us Home

Bring the festival and all its good feelings back home with you. We have a bunch of goodies for sale - comfy cotton t-shirts, the ever-popular festival bag, and our brand new stickers featuring photos by the kids of Anjali House. Our merchandise is locally...

Photography Nurtures Creative Kids

Photography is a great learning tool. Photographs allow children to see things that they might not be able to experience in person, and to learn about the world at large. And when children are given the opportunity to use the camera and take pictures of things that...

Birthday Wishes From Around the World

A big thank you to everyone who contributed to creating this special video, and of course, to our Media Team Soumyadip Ghosh and Yennie Yong for making it happen!

Introducing ‘The Impact Project’

  In 2006, Sampat Pal Devi formed a small group of women to fight cases of domestic violence and abuse occurring in her village in Uttar Pradesh. Today, the 'Gulabi Gang' has tens of thousands of members spread across the state. Wearing their famous pink saris...