No Man’s Land is a three day workshop intended for 8 women photographers, organized in Sarajevo (Bosnia) by VII agency and VII Foundation from the 9th to 11th of May and open to participants from Hungary, Romania, Slovenia, Bulgaria, Albania, Greece, Croatia, Serbia, Montenegro, Kosovo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Macedonia. The teachers are Armenian photographer Anush Babajanyan and Norwegian/Algerian artist Linda Bournane Engelberth. Both are presenting their work and other examples of female photographers working internationally in different photography areas. Then, the students will shoot their own images and learn how to edit them for the final screening.
No Man’s Land
A Women Only Workshop
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