10:Queer is a collaborative platform initiative developed by Photo: and the Photography Education Trust to facilitate critical discussion and meaningful content production on queer practices in Southern Africa, now. Invited participants include photographers and other professionals who currently operate within a field of queer practice in Southern Africa. The workshop sessions will be facilitated by guest advisor, Abri de Swardt and the Photo: team, Georgia Munnik and John Fleetwood.Read More
The 2017 Tierney Fellowship at the Market Photo Workshop, in partnership with the Tierney Family Foundation, was awarded to Market Photo Workshop’s alumnus Tshepiso Mazibuko. The aim of the Tierney Fellowship is to provide an emerging photographer with the opportunity to develop their career and skills through a mentorship programme, an ideal space for a photographer to develop a body of work.Read More
The annual Photographers’ Masterclass took place in Johannesburg, South Africa, 3-9 September. Curators Simon Njami, John Fleetwood, Katrin Peters-Klaphake, Akinbode Akinbiyi and Frédérique Chapuis, worked with a group of 11 photographers from sub-Sahara Africa. This was the 11th and final edition of the masterclass, initiated by Simon Njami and Goethe Institut in 2008.Read More
Landskrona Foto Festival: Landskrona Foto Conference: A Meeting for Photography Educators, 13-14 September, and Landskrone Foto Festival Portfolio Review, 15-16 September
Photo: Director, John Fleetwood, was the guest presenter at Re:Think, Photography Educators Conference at the Landskrona Foto Festival, Sweden, with Lotte Sprengers (Royal Academy of Art, The Hague, NL) and moderator, Rebecca Simons (Independent curator and educator, FI). He also participated as a reviewer for the Landskrona Festival Portfolio Reviews.Read More
Photo: and the Photography Education Trust hosted the fourth 10:10 platform on 29 Aug 2018 in Johannesburg.
10:10 is an interaction format dedicated to creating the possibility for emerging and practicing photographers to test new project ideas, to develop bodies of work, build further personal and critical skills and receive critical feedback.