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By barbara van Limburg-Stirum Apr 30, 2020

We creatives are visual. We float on stimuli and beautiful images, try to enrich ourselves and further develop our creativity through all the beautiful things that can be seen around us. But in these times there is a little less to see outside our screen - the hatch to the world.

To meet this need, there are fantastic initiatives by, among others, the Rijksmuseum, you can take a virtual walk through the gardens of Monet in Giverny and so there are many nice alternatives these days.

Not only museums keep their doors closed for a while, but unfortunately the World Press Photo Festival has also been cancelled this year. To meet all of your greedy eyes, they've found a fantastic alternative: in collaboration with Pakhuis de Zwijger in Amsterdam there will be a livestream on April 30th at 3:30 PM a Livecast Moderated by Lars Boering, the Managing Director of the World Press Photo. In this Livecast you will be guided through a very diverse and broad program, with an emphasis on global protests; the highlighted theme by the winners of the 2020 World Press Photo contest.

Tune in via this link: https://lnkd.in/d5URfVm


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