Joint Photographic Exhibition for Young Women

25/7/2019 10:36:00

An exhibition of photographs of a group of biographies in the field of photography was held to present their activities and innovations in the presence of a number of intellectuals, artists and lovers of this kind of art in the city of Sulaymaniyah and in the National Security Hall.


Jamal Saleh, president of the Association of photographers in Kurdistan - Sulaymaniyah branch said: More than 40 photographers participated in a collection of commemorative photographs, nature and various artistic scenes, some of which are also professional. We support this segment of talent by setting up more advanced courses in the field of photography to be professional in this field.


One participant, Amaz Ali said: I hope the exhibition will impress the audience, and I am happy to share with my colleagues in this exhibition, which shows that women have a role in this field of photography and have their own style.


Nawzad who is an Engineer, and one of the exhibition visitors says: Sulaymaniyah is the capital of culture and art, and we find women always pioneers in these areas, especially in our city and our interest in women is part of our culture.






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