Everyday Bahrain is a collective of photographers and storytellers who are passionate and enthusiastic to share various images and narratives from Bahrain.
The project is hoping to unveil Bahrain’s authentic self through documentary photography depicting everyday life on the island.
Everyday Bahrain began in 2014, following the viral success of Everyday Africa and the international movement of other Everyday projects on Instagram, and it’s part of the Everyday project that “uses photography to challenge stereotypes that distort our understanding of the world”.
As a grassroots community project, we aim to develop the visual literacy and promote image culture and photojournalism through a variety of media and events, which includes the social media feeds, educational programs, regular meetings and photo-books discussions.
The Instagram feed is made up of contributing photographers who live or work in Bahrain, we also curate photos through the #EverydayBahrain hashtag by reposting it in the feed.
Find out more about The Everyday Projects.