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|Address:||Building 219, Street 9, Maadi as Sarayat Al Gharbeyah, Al Maadi, Cairo Governorate|
|Date of Establishment:||2007|
|Phone:||0102 018 8899|
In Focus started in 2007 with the club’s first official group on Facebook.
The club’s activities ranged from sharing views on members’ pictures, conducting a daily photo contest, carrying out workshops in the famous Fatimia Cairo neighborhoods, and then taking a new photograph of the pulse of the Egyptian street.
The photographers traveled to all parts of the republic to discover Egypt, Alexandria, Port Said, Siwa Oasis, South of Sinai, Fayoum, Luxor, Aswan and Nubia.
Thus the club has won countless prizes, and has become on the list of top positions in the local and international forums, and here we will list the most important awards.
InFocus Club aims to create a society that loves visual arts, especially photography, by introducing a diverse, non-profit monthly cultural agenda. The club focuses on the fact that the arts reflect an oriental character extending throughout history to ancient Egyptian arts.
Main Activities: Includes photo tours to all governorates of the Arab Republic of Egypt,
Weekly local photography outing with a genre theme followed by a competition
Photography for Charity exhibitions.
Multi-topic art lectures, providing free lectures at the club’s headquarters and other cultural clubs and Egyptian universities in several governorates, Cairo, Alexandria, Menia, Banha and Zagazig.
Free photography studio for non-profit technical projects, provide a comprehensive annual presentation of the club’s workshops throughout the year as well as an annual exhibition and another conceptual exhibition inspired by Historical Arabian Arts like famous Arabian writers.
The club’s monthly Cultural Salon which deals with several artistic topics.
Specialized courses in all branches of photography.
After the statistics of the club: * Over 40 photo tours. * More than 150 workshops in Cairo. * Over 100 diverse photographic lectures in several universities and cultural centers. * 4 gold medals by FIAP and UBI. * 12 Photography Exhibition.