Sirkhane DARKROOM

in Southeastern Turkey, just kilometres from the Syrian border, is Sirkhane: a mobile darkroom which travels from village to village teaching children how to shoot, develop, and print their own photographs. Led by Serbest Salih, a young photographer and Syrian refugee, the darkroom is founded on a fundamental belief in photography as a universal and therapeutic language, and encourages children living in the area — many of whom are themselves refugees from Syria and Iraq — to experiment with the medium as both a form of play and a means of understanding the world around them.

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in the darkroom, children who normally have little or no access to cultural opportunities, get to shoot, develop and print their photography which is mainly about their daily lives and a sense of survival in difficult circumstances 

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