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Announcing Project Completion of Multimedia Lab / Production Grant Program 2019

Announcing Project Completion of Multimedia Lab / Production Grant Program 2019

© Anka Gujabidze. Death to mosquitoes during the summer days.

We are delighted to announce that the second edition of Multimedia Production Lab Grant Program, which aims to support and strengthen emerging female photographers from South Caucasus region was successfully completed!

By supporting South Caucasus female photographers to produce work on social issues the Multimedia Lab Program will help to enclose existing problems related to different gender issues and put light on needed changes.

While 6 months online Skype sessions 7 female photographers from Georgia, Azerbaijan, Armenia have been working on their long term projects assisted by the mentor of the project Justyna Mielnikiewicz / MAPS.

By opening the grant to female photographers who were born in South Caucasus, but might now live elsewhere the project encouraged to widen the coverage of issues crucial to the region - such as migration, border crossing and national identity - all strictly connected to human rights issues. 

Each grantee's produced story/project has become a part of PHEI multimedia archives.


Mano Svanidze - Five Second Rule
Nata Sopromadze - Portrait of Oracles
Anka Gujabidze - Death to mosquitoes during the summer days


Lilith Matevosyan - I had left my home early in the morning
Anahit Hayrapetyan - Armenians in Germany


Nata Vahabova - Children of shelter
Melek Bayramli - RED RİBBON

Multimedia Lab Program is part of the project "Photography Hub for Education and Innovation" organized by Tbilisi Photography & Multimedia Museum and supported by Swiss Cooperation South Caucasus.


Published on Nov 28. 2019

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