Friday, March 23, 2018

Young photographers in Nablus

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Tags: [Nablus] [Mathilda Project]

These photos were taken around the city of Nablus by young Palestinians between the ages of 11 and 15, all  participants in the Triple Exposure project at Tomorrow’s Youth Organization, Nablus. After some technical training, the participants were lent cameras for one week at a time, to take home and photograph their lives, surroundings, and whatever else caught their eye.

Founded in 2007, Tomorrow’s Youth Organization (TYO) is an American non-profit, non-governmental organization that works in disadvantaged areas of the Middle East, enabling children, youth and parents to realize their potential as healthy, active and responsible family and community members.

Triple Exposure (a TYO initiative) is a youth arts project that aims to develop identity, self-expression, and vocational skills among children and adolescents in under-served communities through teaching photography, and facilitating public art: murals, mosaics and exhibitions.

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