This event has been postponed to Saturday, March 19, 2011 and will take place as part of the Diversity Festival.
POST Research Institute (POST RI) & The Association for Historical Dialogue & Research (AHDR) have pleasure in inviting you to partake in an exciting joint collaboration with Chair of American Studies, KAP Director, Kenyon College, Dr. Peter Rutkoff.
This collaborative effort will take the form of a photo story project entitled “My Nicosia”, which aims at bringing together a core group of dedicated people, in order to tell the story of their Nicosia. The project will involve a walk of Nicosia on 12 March, in which participants will be asked to document the city through the lens of a camera. During the week of 13 – 17 March, participants will work individually on creating their personal story of what Nicosia represents to them, through the collection of pictures and text.
The group will then meet on the afternoon of Friday 18 March to collate material and complete the joint photos story. The finished work, which will be displayed at opening of the Home for Cooperation from 6 – 9 May 2011.
Interested individuals will be required to commit to contributing to the project, which will involve participation at the following activities, as well as individual work during the week of13 March-18 March 2011:
Please note that participants will also be required to have access to a camera.
Saturday 12 March 2011 @ 10.00-13.00 -Nicosia Walk. Meeting point will be at the Home for Cooperation, located in the Ledra Palace.
Friday 18 March 2011 @ 18.30 -Meeting of final working group, followed by an evening of food and jazz.
Places are limited so please be sure to register, by Wednesday 9 March, providing your full name, contact details and occupation.
For further information and to register, please contact:
Shirin Jetha – tel: +90 533 865 0702 / tel: +357 999 47 356