Events and Exhibitions
Celebrate the natural world and help raise money for PhotoVoice
22 April Competition Deadline
29 April 50 Shortlist Winners Announced
30 April Public Vote opens
1 May Print Sale opens
Steve Bloom’s Africa:
From the apartheid years to Africa today
Event date 29 April 2013
PhotoVoice are very proud to have partnered with Amnesty International this year on their prestigious Young Human Rights Reporter of the Year competition!
On Monday 29th April, we were lucky enough to be in the charming company of internationally acclaimed photographer and author Steve Bloom.
Thank you to everyone who came along to celebrate the occasion on Tues 26th March 2013
PhotoVoice is teaming up with Drew Studios to deliver two exclusive days of training:
STUDIO PHOTOGRAPHY MASTERCLASS Thurs March 21
STARTING OUT IN PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHY Fri March 22
A huge thank you to all those who joined PhotoVoice to commemorate our Bursary 2011-12 recipient’s achievements on Tuesday 22nd January 2013
PhotoVoice kick started the London Art Fair’s Photography Focus Day with its panel debate “Mirror to the Soul: Empathy through photography” yesterday Wed 16th Jan 2013
Coming up on Friday 14th December is a debate surrounding the legal status of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, held at UNICEF UK. Please spread the word and come along to help add to the debate fighting for the rights of the child.
The 10th annual auction of exceptional photographs took place on Tuesday 20th November. A massive thank you to all those involved and to everyone who came along and supported PhotoVoice
PhotoVoice brings you an exclusive evening lecture with Tim Flach at Kings Place this November. An opportunity not to be missed!
Come and see PhotoVoice’s Project Manager Matt Daw discuss the projects that will be featuring in TPA and PhotoVoice’s collborative touring exhibition, VOICES. The talk is on the 1st November, hosted by the University of West England in Bristol.
Photo Voices exhibition at RichMix
Photo Voices “Sharing Lives, Opening Eyes” exhibition launch was a rocking’ night of photography and music!
Join us for the launch of the Having Our Say Too exhibition, exploring young peoples perspectives and experiences of sexual exploitation, this Saturday, 6th October, as part of the Brighton Photo Fringe.
This multi-sensory experience of photography, text and audio, challenges our understanding of the world by showcasing participant’s stories and perspectives from the latest UK and International PhotoVoice projects
Jillian Edelstein, the award winning press and documentary photographer in conversation with Sue Steward, the arts critic for London’s Evening Standard.
Please join us on 20th June at this mini-festival style event at Matrix Chambers, with free-flowing international food and drink, celebrating the lives and experiences of refugees and migrants worldwide.
Featuring PhotoVoice Projects Manager Matt Daw presenting See it Our Way.
30 top street photographers have offered limited editions of their best work to raise money for PhotoVoice in an online sale between 11th and 25th April.
Young People Explore Children’s Rights Through Photography
Rights! Cameras! Action! has engaged young people all over the UK in exploring the relevance of the UN Convention of the Rights of the Child to their lives. Opens April 11th @Underground Gallery, London.
PhotoVoice will join the discussion around art and social inclusion as part of CircusFest 2012 organized by the Roundhouse.
VOICES exhibition will be showcased in Peterborough next week, between 21 - 25th March.
London Art Fair 2012 came to an end last Sunday. Read about the highlights of our involvement and listen to the best bits of our panel debate!
The Lookout London exhibition launch went off with a bang last night!
Previously showcased with a great success at the Hereford Photography Festival, VOICES exhibition moves to BOA in Birmingham.
A preview exhibition of prints in the PhotoVoice Auction of Exceptional Photographs 2011, which is open for public viewing.
PhotoVoice will be showcased at two venues during the Hereford Photography Festival 2011, and will lead a seminar in the use of participatory photography to bring about social change.
Photographs from both Lookout London groups will be showcased at the Police & Criminal Justice conference Tackling Gangs and Serious Youth Violence, on Friday 30th September 2011.
Southside Shopping Centre in Wandsworth hosts a photo-trail of images by PhotoVoice-trained photographers sharing a range of diverse experiences and perspectives on living in Great Britain. Extended to 26th October!
Come and celebrate the power of photography in all its expressions at the renowned annual PhotoVoice Auction of Exceptional Photographs.
On Thursday 26th May PhotoVoice Projects Manager Matt Daw led a short seminar on the subject of Photography and Social Change as part of GlobalNet21’s programme of insightful talks and debates around different aspects of international development. To receive invitations for future seminars and webinars, sign up to 21st Century Network for a very small annual fee.
A podcast of the talk will be posted shortly.
Magnum photographer Chris Steele Perkins will talk about his experience as a photographer whose career has moved between journalism and reportage to the pursuit of personal projects. Chris will touch on issues of truth, responsibility and the role of photojournalism today and share his diverse portfolio of images taken from all corners of the world from Brixton to Afghanistan to Japan.
PhotoVoice will be exhibiting photographs by both PhotoVoice participants and professional work by supporting Photographers.
‘Red Dot’ is a hugely popular event, giving photography fans the opportunity to buy quality photographic prints. Bidding starts at £40.00 for all prints.
Join us at the BFI on 27th November when Projects Manager Matt Daw will be introducing work from our current project in partnership with World Vision – See it Our Way.
Anastasia Taylor-Lind began her career in photojournalism 2004. She studied Documentary Photography at the University of Wales Newport and the London College of Communication and is currently based in Syria.
Mary McCartney started her career as a photographer in 1995. Since then Mary’s work has spanned the worlds of portrait and fashion photography. Her style lies in finding a moment that gives us a new insight on the subject.
Sarah will be giving a rare insight to the thoughts and motivations behind her films and photography and showing her film Black Riding Hood.
The Auction is a firm fixture in the photography industry calendar. Its reputation grows each year and it has become associated with some of the world’s most iconic photography.
AIM: To aid blind and visually impaired communities to create a dialogue with the seeing world, and to empower them with the skills and tools they need to influence decision makers and public awareness of the issues close to their hearts.
PhotoVoice is delighted to have been invited to exhibit at the London Art Fair for the second year running. For more information and details about the 241 ticket offer please click here
PhotoVoice Training Workshops
New dates have been added - Places are filling up fast, to book please click here
From July 2009 PhotoVoice has been working in partnership with the Liverpool City Council (LCC) to deliver photographic workshops with young people across Liverpool to provide them with a new skill and a way to express their thoughts and aspirations to their families, peers and the public.
For more information click here