Tuesday, June 03, 2008

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I came across this and thought I'd put it up for those amongst you who are so inclined

The African Photo Entrepreneur Programme
is specifically aimed at growing photo entrepreneurs who can compete on the global stage in terms of photo production and market savvy. Launched ahead of the 2010 FIFA World Cup, the programme will be run in South Africa in the latter half of 2008 and represents an investment of over R30,000 in each participant.

The programme is sponsored in part by the European Union through Gijima KZN, an initiative of the Department of Economic Development, and requires participants to apply to be selected. A panel of eminent judges from media, art and product markets, will ensure the standard of participants is high. Judges will be announced as they are confirmed.

Part of Africa Media Online's African Image Pipeline project, the programme includes participation in the Digital Campus, a photo assignment, and for those who carry out the assignment successfully, a further two day Global Competitiveness Masterclass.

The aim of the whole programme is to equip participants to become adept at supplying the needs of international publishing, art and product markets. It not only involves digital imaging and digital workflow skills and disciplines, but also an awareness of market demands and routes to market. Copy and paste this link into your web browser to make application and find out
more information about the programme:

http://www.africamediaonline.com/displaypage.php?page=apep_info

All the best and I look forward to hearing from you in this regard,

David Larsen
Director - Africa Media Online
cell: +27-82-829-7959
e-m: editor@africamediaonline.com
web: http://www.africamediaonline.com
pic sales: http://www.africanpictures.net
blog: http://digitalpicturelibrarymanager.wordpress.com

3 comments:

egm said...

Thanks for posting this. I'll have to check it out.

mocha! said...

Madam....what happened to the intro?

mama shady said...

@Egm:welcome!
Mocha:pole, bad planning on my part. Lakini i was there. Arrived late on sato though.