Portfolio Reviews at Chobi Mela VII

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Have your work critiqued by the world’s top professionals during Chobi Mela VII

Portfolio review will offer you an opportunity to meet with eminent photographers, curators and editors for useful advice and guidance on their works and careers.

Participants will have the opportunity meet up to 13 reviewers over four days, with a 20 minutes individual session with each reviewer. Participants should bring their portfolio for review and we prefer small prints. Presentation of digital files on laptop/macbook or iPad/tab is possible but not encouraged.

Portfolio reviewers: 

Ruth Eichhorn/ Editor/ Geo Magazine
Richard Billingham/ Professor/ University of Gloucestershire
Patrick Witty/ Editor/ Time Magazine
Robert Pledge/ Editor/ Contact Press Image
Jody Haines/ Curator/ Brisbane Power House
Veneta Bullen/ Editor/ Guardian
Abir Abdullah/ Photographer/ EPA
Saiful Huq Omi/ Photographer/ Polaris
Sherri Dougherty/ Editor/ UN FAO
Hasib Zakaria / Lecturer/ Pathshala

Note – The list of reviewers can change any moment without prior notice.

How to apply:

  • Send us email at workshops.pathshala@gmail.com
  • In your email, please indicate preferred session(s), we will try to accommodate your preferences. Please be aware that we cannot always guarantee your preferred session.
  • Please submit your bio and a link of your portfolio in the same email. It is better to keep low resolution images on that link.
  • Participants will be selected for the Portfolio Review based on the portfolios submitted.
  • Selected participants will be announced online or via email.
  • Deadline for portfolio registration: January 23, 2013

Registration Fee: BDT 500 on arrival

Date: 27, 28, 29, 30 January 2013
Time: 13:30 hrs – 16:00 hrs

Place: Pathshala – South Asian Media Institute, 16, Sukrabad, Panthapath, Dhaka-1207, Bangladesh

Limited seats

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