George Nobechi and ZALMAÏ
Free virtual talk
Saturday, December 11, 2021 7:00 pm-8:30 pm
2021 has been a tragic year for Afghanistan, but it is also easy to forget that war and tragedy have ravaged and torn apart this country for over forty years. Join award-winning, Afghan-born photographer ZALMAÏ in this special event that is part of the virtual programming for PhotoNOLA 2021.
ZALMAÏ has also documented migration and refugee crises around the world, and his current work is focused on the coming environmental refugee crises that are beginning to emerge due to climate change. “Beneath the Lake and the Stars” is his important project about the vital Tonle Sap Lake in Cambodia, and the changes that have been occurring there.
This event will take place live on Zoom. Please proceed to check out the item (marked $0.00) via the button below and register your name and contact information. An event email will be sent to you with the link and password.
Times around the world: Saturday, December 11th, 2021 at 7PM~8:30PM CST (NOLA Time) / Sunday, December 12th, 2021 at 8AM~9:30AM Cambodia Time & 10AM~11:30AM Japan Standard Time
Recording: A recording will be made of this event and provided for a limited time after edits have been made. Whether you are watching live or viewing the recording, please sign up via the button below.
Audience questions will be moderated and fielded via the chat function within Zoom. If called upon, you will be able to ask your question directly to the speakers. Each participant will be limited to one question.
This event is free for all to attend, but we ask that if you are able to spare a little something this holiday season, that you please make a donation to the following causes via these links to support these important causes and to allow for programming like this to be produced:
Image: ZALMAÏ – For ‘A Deeper Look Into Afghanistan’