Alexandria City [Photo Courtesy: Wikipedia]
CAIRO – 15 November 2017: A photography exhibition for deaf art amateurs entitled “A Look at the City” has taken place at Goethe Institute in Alexandria on Sunday, featuring the hybrid beauty of the city.
Established and managed by Waguih al-Laqany, the exhibition is a joint project between Digital & Visual Arts initiative and Art Everywhere organization.
Nine young deaf photographers have captured the beauty of Alexandria from their own personal perspective to introduce it at the exhibition, according to the event official Facebook page.
Celebrating Alexandrian heritage days, “A Look at the City” reviews different cultural symbols in Alexandria such as the Greek and Roman architecture.
A workshop has been organized prior to the exhibition in efforts to teach participants the art of photography using mobile phones. Several seminars were also held to discuss the relationship between people and the city.
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