Voice to Express, a community platform for Nepali photographers, invites local photographers to its photography workshops to be held in Birgunj and Chitwan on August 21 to 27 and September 5 to 11, respectively.
The Ateneo de Manila University Chinese Studies Program, Konrad Adenuaer Asian Center for Journalism, and Ricardo Leong Center for Chinese Studies will host a lecture on Social Media and Everyday Antagonisms in Hong Kong, China by Dr Jonathan Corpus Ong on Friday, August 16 from 1:30 to 3:00 pm at Leong Hall Conference 206, Ateneo de Manila Loyola campus.
Applications for the 2013 Doreen Gamboa Fernandez Xtreme Fellowship Awards are still open. The deadline is set on Friday, August 9. The annual fellowships, in honor of the late Ateneo de Manila academic Dr. Doreen Fernandez, are aimed at enriching the liberal arts tradition in the Loyola Schools. Undergraduate students who have outstanding extra-curricular
Visual literacy in the newsroom, the first course under the certificate program in visual journalism, opens for eight students from three Asian countries, July 22. Six of the eight students were from the Philippines and one each from Indonesia and Bangladesh. They are all working as junior and mid-level executives for print and broadcast
Photographers from Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) member economies* are invited to submit their photographic interpretation of APEC Indonesia’s 2013 priorities, which are as follows: 1) Sustaining the momentum toward free and open trade by 2020; 2) Moving towards sustainable development with equity; and 3) Improving connectivity. This contest was launched by APEC in line with
Print, radio, television, online media and bloggers are invited to submit stories for the “Parangal sa mga Kuwentong Kalsugan Pangkalahatan” (PKKP) health media recognition. Stories should have been published, posted or aired from the period of Jan 1, 2012 to June 30, 2013. These must also be about health issues on the theme “Kalusugan Pangkalahatan”
The application deadline for Visual Literacy in the Newsroom, the first course under the Certificate Program in Visual Journalism program, has been moved to Friday, 28 June 2013. Classes begin July 1 and end August 31. The course is designed to provide students with a solid grounding on visual literacy. All class sessions in
Twelve journalists from five Asian countries comprise the 2013 grantees of the ACFJ Fellowships in MA Journalism. Four seasoned journalists, Luis Dela Vega (Inquirer Libre, Philippines), Dandy Koswaraputra (Al Jazeera Network, Indonesia), Minh Zaw Oo (Trade Times, Myanmar), and Yi Mon (Alinkar Wityee Magazine, Myanmar) lead the group as senior fellows. Of the
Eighteen photography and journalism professionals from six countries were awarded the Diploma in Photojournalism (DPJ) in May, after presenting their final projects to a jury of top journalists. Among this year’s graduates are ten Filipinos, two Bangladeshi, two Indians, a German, a Nepali, an Indonesian, and a Sri Lankan. The final projects were
Nine journalists from three Asian countries finished their degrees and were awarded the MA Journalism during the annual university commencement rites, March 22, at Ateneo’s Loyola campus. Six of the graduates attended the rites and marched along with fellow graduates from the School of Social Sciences and the School of Humanities during a two-hour