Another edition of PhotoVoice Lecture Series - that took place at Kings Place on 30th April - featured the work of Peter Marlow, one of Britain’s most acclaimed photojournalists.
An exhibition to mark the Right Year for Children - a year of events and campaigns to mark 20 years since Britain’s adoption of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, opened last week at the Underground gallery in Charing Cross.
Featuring PhotoVoice Projects Manager Matt Daw presenting See it Our Way.
We are back in Bromley for another set of photography workshops working with young people with Autism and Aspergers.
Last week, was a very sad week for fabulous charity, Chapter 1 who provides supported housing and much needed support for young vulnerable people, as their Homerton Space project came to an end as they know it.
I’m Helen Cammock and I’ve just started as the new Project Manager for the PhotoVoice project Having Our Say 2.
I’m really looking forward to getting the project up and running – it’ll provide new challenges and having previously run a photography festival programme, it’ll be an exciting change to be working entirely on projects that focus on participatory practice.