4th Latin American and Caribbean Trip 2020

The exhibition will be on display from 4th– 12th March 2020 (except for 10th March on account of Holi) from 11 AM to 7 PM. The costing of the setting, lights, diplomas/certificates and high tea would be arranged within the capacity of the budget allotted for this event.

As suggested in a previous email, Embassies with the winning photographs may present a special token/ prize to the winners. To reiterate, the winners of the contest are:

·         1st Prize: Atul Sharma, Hummingbird, Ecuador

·         2nd Prize: Priy Bharti, Eje Cafetero, Colombia

·         3rd Prize: Tushar Anand, Palenque, México

·         4th Prize: Bhartendu Agarwal, Iguazú, Brazil-Argentina

The Embassy of Mexico will be sending out e-invitations (attached for your reference) to all participants, winners of the contest, and press contacts. We are relying on other Embassies to do the same: either invite directly their own contacts in media and tourism, or share them in order to send the emails from the contest account.

50th Republic Anniversary of Guyana

The High Commission of the Cooperative Republic of Guyana in India celebrates Guyana’s 50th Republic Anniversary!

On February 21st, 2020 GHC in India inaugurated a Cultural Exhibition in celebration of Guyana’s 50th Anniversary as a Republic nation. The event was opened by the Joint Secretary of the LAC Division (MEA) Ms. Gloria Gangte. Joined in the festivities were members of the Diplomatic Corps, Indian business representatives, Guyanese diaspora and other friends of GHC.

The exhibition showcased tie-dye pieces, snapshots of the majestic Kaieteur Falls, Rupununi Savannah, the city Georgetown, Guyana’s indigenous group – the Amerindians, the pulsating Mashramani parade and the kaleidoscopic Diwali motorcade (Photo credits to the Guyana Tourism Authority and Fidal Bassier). The works of Guyanese Artists like Basil A. Thompson (painting and 1970s lithographic posters of the Stabroek Market), Raymond Taylor and Foster Simon (wooden sculptures) were also on display. The highlight of the event was smidgens of Guyana’s first oil!

Locally manufactured products, books by Guyanese authors, and other tourist materials about the tropical paradise were also available at the Exhibition. This Exhibition is slated to be a month long.

Happy 50th Republic, Guyana!!!

The showcase is open till 23rd March 2020 every day 2 pm to 4 pm.

DPC Photo Bus Trip to Kumbh 2019

DPC Members only Photowalk to Yamuna Ghat

DPC heritage Photowalk CR park : part 2

Delhi Photography Club invites you for a Heritage photowalk to the The Durga Idol Making, at Chittranjan Park, on 15th Sep, Saturday. The walk will start at 08.30 am and will end at 10.00 am.
​How to reach there:
By Metro : Nearest station – Nehru Place and/or Hauz Khas
Auto/Cab : please reach at Kalibari Temple, Chitranjan Park Near market no 4
See you there at 8.30 am at Kalibari Temple, Chitranjan Park Near market no 4
About Delhi Photography Club
Delhi Photography Club was setup with the intent of taking photography homes. The purpose of the DPC is to stimulate, enable, and nurture a fraternity of photography enthusiasts for mutual benefit.
Due to fast changing internet and mobile devices space, many more people are consuming photos. We want people to store their memories more beautifully. The club is perhaps the first initiative of this kind in the entire country.
To offer situations to practice photography, we do free photo walks every month. For learning the technique, we have workshops for various levels (beginner and intermediate), for motivation, we offer memberships and finally for platform, we have these exhibitions. The club also helps the underserved children to express themselves creatively through its outreach activities.
As a club, we have brought together businessmen, diplomats, doctors, lawyers, homemakers, students and children and helped them in their creative expression using a camera.