Above – a small selection of some of sixty creative images from our young Gambian photography students, on exhibit at Alliance Française (until tomorrow, that is!), here in The Gambia, West Africa.
However, after a very successful exhibition opening night – with national tv coverage/media in attendance – and the subsequent two week run, tomorrow (Saturday 31st May), sadly, it’s time to take down the ‘Photos Tell Stories – photographs of The Gambia by Gambians‘ . However, we’ll pack our Gambian photography students prints with great care so that, perhaps, in the not too distance future, we can exhibit them again.
The all important part… getting the prints lined up, with PTS’s photographer and workshop tutor, Jason Florio.
And, that’s all you get to see for now. All will be revealed, over the coming days. Right now, we are still in pre-production mode for tonight’s exhibition opening : Alliance Française, Kairaba Avenue, Kanifing, The Gambia, West Africa – 6-9pm – it’s free and open to all.
For those who can’t make it, you check out some of the students work here, on the blog, or follow us on Twitter and ‘like’ the PTS’s FB page. And, you can always subscribe to the blog – in the left hand column.
We look forward very much to welcoming those of you who can make it!
Along with exhibiting printed work – around 60 images – from our Gambian photography students, on the big screen in the AF amphitheater, we will be projecting a wider range of the students work from all the Photos Tell Stories workshops; including behind-the-scenes of the students and Jason Florio at work.
The exhibition is open to the public, during AF hours, Fri 16-Sat 31st May
For all updates about the workshops, and our other photography projects, please subscribe to this Photos Tell Stories blog (‘follow’ in the lefthand column of this page); ‘like’ FB; follow Twitter
We look forward to welcoming you on the night of Friday16th May, at Alliance Française, The Gambia. If you would like us to add you to the guest list, please email email@example.com