Call for applications - International Summer School of Photography Ludza, Latvia (1-9 August 2009)

posted by Mira on 2009/05/08 13:37

[ Call for Applications ]

The 4th International Summer School of Photography (ISSP) 2009 will take place in Ludza, Latvia on 1-9 August, 2009. For the 4th year already, the ISSP is offering high-quality alternative education to photographers by expanding and deepening their perception of different genres, as well as encouraging networking and exchange of ideas in the art of photography.

Interested participants are welcome to apply till 17 May, 2009!

The School is designed for those who have a serious relationship with photography as means of personal creative expression, and want to bring this relationship to a new level via a concentrated learning experience. Traditionally, the ISSP 2009 offers 5 thematic workshops, led by photography professionals of international standing. The workshops will conduct following established photographers-photography teachers: Vanessa Winship (London, United Kingdom / Istanbul, Turkey), Mehmet Kismet (Turkey), Peeter Linnap (Estonia), Eiko Grimberg (Germany), Iveta Vaivode (Latvia), Alexander Gronsky (Russia).

50 participants (10 per workshop) will be selected based on their Application forms.
There is no limitation to country of origin of the participants - foreign applicants are most welcome to apply! The working language of ISSP is English. The results of the selection process will be communicated by end of May.

To find out more about the event and the other workshops, as well to download the Application form, see:



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