VISA POUR L’IMAGE FESTIVAL
The association Visa pour l’Image-Perpignan organized its 5th international Campus of schools of photojournalism during the professional week of the international festival of Visa pour l’Image.
Visa pour l’Image, held in Perpignan, France, is the first international festival of photojournalism in the world. For the last 30 years, thanks to Visa pour l’Image, Perpignan has become the unquestioned international capital of photojournalism.
3.000 professionals from all over the world - photojournalists and international news agencies representing more than 64 countries-, as well as 200 000 visitors, attended the festival.
The program was not only about studying and getting to know other institutions but also about visiting exhibitions and meeting photographers.
The participating institutions were:
· University of Perpignan (DU Photojournalisme, Communication et Images aériennes)
· Institut d’Estudis fotogràfics de Catalunya (IEFC), Barcelona, Spain
· University of Applied Sciences and Arts of Hanover, Germany
· Budapest Metropolitan University, Budapest, Hungary
· EFTI Centro international de Fotografía y Cine, Madrid, Spain
All professors could participate with 7 students, who were decided based on tenders.
The participants from METU were:
Professor: Tamás Révész
Students: Dávid Huszár, Balázs Nagy, Máté Ladjánszki, Márton Merész, Tamás Sóki, Debomit Chakraborty, Ahmed Alaeldin Elsayed Osman
Accoring to the Audience, both the presentations of Professor Révész and the presentations of METU students works made of photos taken in Perpignan were very well received. METU has a great chance to be invited again and also we received on offer for furher cooperation (even from Xavier Py, President of the University of Perpignan).
Congratulations to Tamász Révész and all participating students!
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