Join us for an online conversation surrounding work about the landscape, culture, environment and the climate. And learn more about our Bursary.
Milim Community & Announcing our final selection of Artist of our free online talks. Covering the topics of landscape, environment and climate crisis
Attending is free but please reserve your tickets in the Eventbrite link.
Ofoe’s passion for all things cultural and spiritual about human societies was inspired by his own family’s ancestry, dating back to Togbui Sri I of Anloga, and a story of migration from the Volta Region to the coast of Ada-Foah in the Greater Accra region. When documenting the life of the people of Azizanya, located in his hometown Ada, Ofoe discovered the impact of environmental conditions and tourism on the community, which have become a major focus of his photography through his on-going documentary, Between Sand and Water. He was selected as one of three fellows on the 2020 West Africa Visual Journalism Fellowship programme of the World Press Photo Foundation (January to December 2020).
Fibi Afloe is a documentary photographer based in Nima – Accra, Ghana. In her photographypractice she documents everyday life. It is important to her to get in touch with the peopleto truly understand their way of living and – linking it to her own personal story. Her workdoes not only include street- and everyday life but also intimate portraiture. Recurringthemes in her work are gender, climate change and culture. Currently she is a Young Talentat Nuku Studio, a Centre for Photographic Research and Practice in Tamale, Ghana.
Koral Carballo (Poza Rica, Veracruz, Mexico, 1987) Photojournalist, Documentary photographer and Visual Artist. Her carrier began as a local photojournalist in 2009. In 2014 through an intimate process of reflection, she started with his personal projects, investigating strategies of self-representation, and expanding the limits of documentary and photojournalistic practice.
We are also currently calling for applications for a £1000 GBP Bursary for a Ghanaian photographer based in Ghana, read more about it here.