2014 Aug. 30: Young aspiring photographers experimenting lithography

 

 

 

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Lulama Rikhotso showing off her artwork…

 

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Young photographers learning alternative artistic skills with Jammy-Lee…

 

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Martha looking on…

 

 

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Megan engaging with Ntombi…

 

 

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Mthabiseni Mbhele & Thobekile Zwane doing it…

 

 

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Thando Khumalo focusing on her portrait…

 

 

Where:  Wits University School of Arts

Who:  Young female photographers from Aurora Girls High School, Soweto, learning lithography offered by Megan Heilig and Jammy-Lee Brophy (both Fine Arts students at Wits…

Photos by Lindeka Qampi

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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