Angkor Photo Festival is the longest-running photography event in Southeast Asia and a free international platform and educational resource for established and emerging photographers. Held from December 3 to 10, it remains strongly committed to nurturing and promoting young Asian talent, and encouraging the development of photography in the region.
The workshops, created in 2005, are tuition-free and aim to provide affordable and accessible training to emerging talents from Asia. Selected from an annual open call for applications, participants are tutored by international professional photographers who nurture each individual’s unique photographic voice and vision.
The festival features the work of over 130 photographers from 45 countries, and the 12th Edition’s festival program showcases some of the best photography projects from all over the world. The exhibitions will run throughout the festival week, and daily projection evenings will be held in a brand new open public space. The environmental-themed ‘GreenLight Exhibition Series’ continues for its third year, as well as the ‘Impact Project’, a projection showcase highlighting positive efforts by individuals and organizations.
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