Angkor Photography Festival general coordinator Camille Plante has released the schedule of events to be held in Siem Reap next month.

Sunday, November 23

Opening evening at FCC.
Monday, November 24

Exhibit opening at McDermott Gallery; festival program of slideshows at FCC; party at the Laundry Bar.
Tuesday, November 25

Exhibit opening at French Cultural Centre; photography auction at FCC for the benefit of the Anjali Children's Project; festival program of slideshows at FCC.
Wednesday, November 26

National Museum of Siem Reap; events here include the Stop TB Partnership Photo Award in partnership with Stop TB Tuberculosis.
Thursday, November 27

A special day for the Anjali children's project at Wat Athvea pagoda.
Friday, November 28

Farewell evening at the FCC, including the announcement of the Paris Match Award for the best reportage produced during the workshop. DJs from Bangkok will provide entertainment.

More details outlining the complete agenda of events for each day will be published as festival time approaches.


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