Hereford Photography Festival

Photography played a crucial role in making Apartheid visual to a wider public outside South Africa. This photography was pre-dominantly photo-journalistic in style and portrayed the injustices of the oppressive political system. Today, in the post apartheid era, photography is continuing to play a central role in defining South Africa, now with a written constitution and voting rights for all. South African Voices is a one-day conference on contemporary photography in South Africa. This is the central event in the current 2007 Hereford festival which is always worth a visit. For details of the full programme, see
South African Voices
The Courtyard Centre for the Arts, Edgar Street, Hereford, HR4 9JR
Tickets: £35, students £25 £20 for block bookings of 25 and more).
9th October 2007, from 9.30am - 5.30pm

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