Posts Tagged ‘Kevin Frayer’

 

Kevin Frayer’s Time to Act: Rohingya Voices in Winnipeg

 •  January 6

Have you seen Canadian photojournalist Kevin Frayer's exhibition on the Rohingya crisis? Through April 5, you can see his Time to Act: Rohingya...

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Time to Act: Rohingya Voices

 •  August 30

Through April 5, a new photo exhibition on the Rohingya crisis is on view at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights in Winnipeg. Developed in...

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Sony World Photography Awards: Last Chance to Enter!

 •  December 13

There’s still time to enter the Sony World Photography Awards, organized by the World Photography Organisation. You may still submit to one of the...

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World Press Photo: Chicoutimi

 •  October 15

The 2018 World Press Photo exhibition's last stop will be La Pulperie in Chicoutimi from October 19 to November 11. You also still have a chance to...

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World Press Photo Comes to Toronto

 •  September 24

The 2018 World Press Photo exhibition's next stop is Brookfield Place (Allen Lambert Galleria) in Toronto from October 2 to 22.

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World Press Photo: Montreal

 •  August 20

The 2018 World Press Photo exhibition is now making its way to several cities across Canada. From August 29 through September 30, the exhibition is...

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World Press Photo 2018: Ottawa

 •  June 29

The 2018 World Press Photo exhibition is now making its way to several cities in Canada! From July 20 through August 12, you can see the winning...

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2019 Sony World Photography Awards: Now Open

 •  June 1

The Sony World Photography Awards offer four competitions to photographers: Professional, Open, Youth and Student.

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Sony World Photography Awards: Open Category Winners Announced

 •  March 20

The Sony World Photography Awards, produced by the World Photography Organisation, has announced its 2018 Open winners. In this record-breaking 11th...

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2018 Sony World Photography Awards: 9 Canadians Recognized

 •  March 1

The Sony World Photography Awards, produced by the World Photography Organisation, has announced its 2018 shortlist, which includes three Canadian...

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