Porto Photo Fest 2018
Emre Küheylan gives a masterclass and a Film Screening on the theme of "Overcrowding".
This is a free event – but you will need to RSVP to secure your place, as we have limited places available.
This is a full evening of masterclass followed by a film screening “Overcrowding” followed by an open discussion
Photography Curation Masterclass
The masterclass examines the curatorial process in photography. Participants will have a chance to learn the highlights of photography curation and how to think like a photography curator. They will discover the importance of visual storytelling and exhibition making by combining different works and projects.
Overcrowding – Photography Screening
Population growth is one of the most important problems facing many countries around the world today. Industrialized cities, decreasing agricultural resources in rural regions, new economic opportunities provided by big cities, and external migration have a significant role in this population increase. In this photography screening, we will be able to see the examples of these changes related to population growth around the world. Results of socioeconomic change and environmental transformation are questioning in different geographies.
womenSEEwomen is an exhibition hosted by the Centro Portugês de Fotografia
Curator Renée Jacobs will give a guided tour of this exhibition.
This is a free event, and open to the public no inscriptions are necessary.
Porto Photo Fest is proud to host “womenSEEwomen” which is the premier exhibit of the Photos de Femmes organization, which was created to give a powerful voice to iconic representations of women.
As Executive Director Renée Jacobs has said, “Women can not be heard unless we can be seen.” Photos de Femmes is committed to diversity and will continue to promote positive depictions of women around the world.
This exhibition will feature the following artists:
Carmen de Vos
Susan de Witt
Curated by Renée Jacobs.
Women in Photography is an open discussion.
Free to the public hosted at Eurostars Das Artes.
Come and join renowned photographer Renée Jacobs (recipient of the International Photography Award for Fine art), Susan De Witt (a master lith printer who specializes in portrait and fashion-based photography), and other prominent women photographers, for this timely conversation around women in Photography.
Time magazine recently announced that 2017 and 2018 could each arguably be called the year of women. Porto Photo Fest agrees and wishes to continue this trend with positive, inclusive conversations within our festival.
This is a free event, and we welcome anyone to come along and join in this panel discussion.