Photography for Change - Programme No. 3
Photography for Change
Photography for Change is a participatory photography project based in Exeter, which consists of 4, 10-week participatory photography programmes.
Each free 10-week photography programme enables participants to create their own photo-story or photographic theme and build a portfolio of images. In addition, all participants have the opportunity to take part in the following activities:
Create your own photo-story, theme or portfolio of image
Build a portfolio of images
Take part in innovative photo-dialogue exercises
Learn and develop basic camera skills
3 Photography trips, including West Town Farm & Poltimore House
Exibit your images in a photography exhibition
Learn how to plan your photography project
Work in a safe environment within small group
Take part in a fun and creative activity
This third programme will take place at The Mint Methodist Church Centre, Exeter with the workshop 1 on Tuesday 26th March 2019, 10:30am - 1:30pm. The final session will be on Tuesday 28th March.
Photography for Change project uses photography as a means of engagement and empowerment and is managed by Meridian Raw CIC and funded by the Big Lottery Fund and aims to provide the opportunity for communities to come together in a creative project and develop their own photography project and develop their photographic skills. In addition, participants will be encouraged to use photography as a means of change in their lives or within their community.
Throughout the course we would like you to have access to a digital camera, so please bring along your digital camera or digital phone so the facilitator is able to see what equipment you will be using in the project. If you do not have access to a digital camera then we may be able to supply one, however, we only have a very limited number.
Header Image: © Dave Frostick/Meridian Raw CIC 2018