1WORD4AFRICA EXHIBITION LIVE IN CAPE TOWN

1WORD4AFRICA EXHIBITION LIVE IN CAPE TOWN

#1Word4Africa started as a social media campaign that started in May 2017.
Our objective was to change the misguided perception of Africa with just ONE WORD.
This triggered a conversation about Africa using the hashtag #1Word4Africa.

As we’re celebrating contemporary African art with a night of live local musicians on the rooftop; open shoot with Fujifilm fashion photographer SJ van Zyl; in-store portrait Photo Booth & Light refreshments to be served.

The exhibition will launch on the First Thursday of December at Cameraland from 6pm – 9pm.
Our Founder Josiane Faubert will be discussing the StockPhoto Industry.

Attendees will receive a voucher to download 5images of the #1word4africa campaign free off our site.

This will be followed by a photowalk in the streets of CapeTown City lead by Elisha Dibakoane (@dudefromsa) starting at Cameraland on Saturday the 9 December 2017 @ 9am.

 

 

We are continuing this conversation with photos exhibitions in Cape Town, South Africa and in Nairobi, Kenya.

Exhibitors:

Lesley Mphanga, South Africa
Heinrich Knoetze, South Africa
Kurt Blankenberg, South Africa

Adesuyan Adebowale (Bowii), Nigeria
Andrew Stephen, Tanzania

Brian Otiena- Kenya
Humphrey Gateri, Kenya
Mohamed Abdulrahman, Kenya

#1Word4Africa- The exhibition – Cape Town

In partnership with Cameraland- 68 Long StreetCapeTown
Date: December 07th, 2017

#1Word4Africa- The exhibition – Nairobi

Shifteye Studios- The Priory Place, Argwings Kodhek Rd, Hurlingham, Nairobi
Date: December 15th, 2017

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