Tag Archive: Lebanon

STUDENTS WORK IN THE PRESS

Witnesses of Time, the documentary project by student Joe Ghanem winner of the Byblos bank Award for photography (2017) was showcased in the french photography magazine PHOTO issue number 533 for November-December 2017… Continue reading

PATHOGEN 1990, SENIOR PROJECT BY PHOTOGRAPHER CHARBEL EL KHOURY

I’ve been told about the pathogen before. As I was growing up, the story has been elaborating and even though I didn’t experience the Lebanese civil war, I watched Beirut’s infected body get… Continue reading

Witnesses of Time, a Project by Joe Ghanem

How long is life expectancy in Lebanon? Who are the oldest people in the area? What is their life like? With the lack of proper analytics, of existing surveys, and absence of digitally-accessible… Continue reading

LENSCULTURE – EMERGING TALENT AWARDS 2017

The photograph of student Tarek Haddad from his series Vesica Piscis showcased on Lensculture for the Emerging Talent Awards 2017. To view the initial post check the Lensculture page.

STUDENTS RAWAN MAZEH & TAREK HADDAD WIN GRANT FOR ARAB DOCUMENTARY PHOTOGRAPHY PROGRAM

The Photography program at Notre Dame University–Louaize (NDU) has again proudly produced two more successful students. The Arab Fund for Art and Culture (AFAC) and the Prince Claus Fund (PCF), in partnership with… Continue reading

PATHOGEN 1990 | A SOLO EXHIBITION SHOW BY PHOTOGRAPHY STUDENT CHARBEL AL KHOURY

Haven House is hosting “Pathogen 1990”, the solo show of senior student and photographer Charbel Al Khoury. The opening reception will take place on Monday, May 22, 2017 starting 6 pm. For more info, please… Continue reading

photographs By Tracy Majdalani from the workshop Mediterranea with photographer Giulio Rimondi

Workshop with photographer Edoardo Delille.

These photographs are from a workshop with photographer Edoardo Delille.

ONE DAY IN LIFE, A Workshop in Urban Creative Photography

This workshop was conceived as a live experience, for students willing to dive into the Beirut street life with a camera in their hand, and a defined collaborative project in mind. the aim… Continue reading