Category Archives: Camera work

2019 Feb. 15: Participating in the 2019 Photo XP

Text and Phots by Ts’episo Mahooe A week of Muholi’s mobile school of photography was overwhelming. At first when I heard that Sir. Professor. Muholi was coming to Lesotho to facilitate a workshop I was very excited. First day when … Continue reading

Posted in About PhotoXP, Arts, Arts & Culture, Body Politics, Camera work, Documentation; Filming; Photography; Community, Female Photographers, Gender Based Violence (GBV)., History of PhotoXP, Photo assignments, Photography skills, PhotoXP, PhotoXP photographers, PhotoXP since 2004 -, Uncategorized | Leave a comment

2016 June 11: United Queer Nations

by Lerato Dumse “My name is Lindeka Qampi, I was born in 1969 and I’m a mother of four kids; I will start with my background.” These were the soft-spoken words used by Qampi when she opened the photography-training (PhotoXP) … Continue reading

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