An exciting upcoming Photography Programme free for H&F community of all ages!
Me, and my Community
Photojournalism Hub is offering a series of Photography Courses and Workshops free for the community of Hammersmith and Fulham.
Starting on the 27th June at the Nubian Life Resource Centre in White City, we are offering free Photography sessions for older residents (60+). The sessions will be based on telling stories ‘About Me, and my Community’, whilst being in an encompassing space in which to make new friends and learn the art of Photography and Storytelling.
All participants will be involved in the production of a monthly digital zine to showcase their work and to be part of a public Photography Exhibition. To reserve a place : HERE
Living in Old Oak: ourselves and our community
Photojournalism Hub in collaboration with For Brian CIC, will be facilitating a Photography project with individuals of all ages and their families living in Old Oak.
We invite residents of any age in Old Oak with an interest in Photography to take part in ‘Living in Old Oak: ourselves and our community’ project. A series of three workshops where participants will be invited to explore stories about themselves and their lives in Old Oak with an emphasis on what they cherish, what they miss.
All participants will have the opportunity to share their work with each other, in an online exhibition brochure, and/or in the exhibition space that is in development in Old Oak, however there is no requirement to do so. The Workshops dates are as follow: 03rd July 13:30-16:00, 10th July 13:30-16:00 and the date of the final workshop will be arranged with the group. To reserve a place: HERE
Photography Course and Portfolio Development
A photography course, visual narrative and portfolio development programme free for young people who have an interest in telling stories through photographs and developing skills and a media portfolio through practical photography assignments which will support further education and/or career development in the media and arts industry.
This 6 months programme will include learning photography and developing photo stories through assignments and personal projects leading to the creation of a strong portfolio of work, key for pursuing a career in media and/or entry to further education. Furthermore, participants will also receive 1:1 mentorship and portfolio reviews, as well as hands-on learning by industry professionals and exciting gallery and photography based visits.
During the programme, you will produce photo magazines to be published online and distributed in print form, and at the end of the programme your work will be showcased at a public Photography Exhibition.
Weekly photography course starting on the 17th September 2022 at the Bishop Creighton House. To reserve a place: HERE