Picturing Community Engagement

WestWorks
White City Place 
201 Wood Lane W12 7FQ 

12th April  2019 18:30 – 21:00

©Cinzia D’Ambrosi

A panel composed of leading charity organisations and photographers who have made participation and collaboration inherent to their visual practice will discuss their current participatory projects and explore future possibilities.

Andy Fearn, Direct.or & co-founder of ProtectionApproaches.org, runs the Outreach and Learning programme working with schools, young people, marginalised communities, decision shapers in media and culture, and the wider UK public seeking to increase understanding of the processes that lead to prejudice and Identity based violence.

Becky Warnock, is a London based visual artist and activist, whose work engages with the politics of representation and questions of identity and her practice is rooted in participation and community engagement.

Grace Gelder, is a freelance photographer and educator and who has exhibited and published in the UK and abroad. Her practice explores inter-personal relationships, dynamics and the intersection of photography and other disciplines and regularly designs and leads course for galleries, museums and universities.

Ingrid Guyonis a photographer, filmmaker and participatory visual media practitioner of passionate advocate of a better world through community engagement and self-representation. In 2009, she established Fotosynthesisa social enterprise that specialises in participatory photography.

Tom Elkins, Chief Executive Officer, PhotoVoice.org, has worked for a number of voluntary sector organisations, focusing on issues relating to equality, disability, and empowering individuals and communities to campaign for better services and policies.

Kallina Brailsford, Chair, founder of HumanCamera.org and a PHD candidate in Participatory Photography and young people

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Thank you for the generous support from Stanhope