PhotoVoice

Daniel Ali is the grand-prize winner of theprintspace PhotoVoice Awards Spring Edition!
||
The Spring Edition of theprintspace PhotoVoice awards was judged by a prestigious panel of photographic experts, including Simon Bainbridge, Editorial Director from The British Journal of Photography, acclaimed photographer Peter Dench, photography director Emma Bowkett from the FT Weekend Magazine and Rob Crane, creative...
continue reading
Advocating for the decentralisation of art
||
Amina Gharred, photographer and participant in 'Through the People's Lens', PhotoVoice's partnership with the ODI, talks about the impact of photography on her life, and how she has set out to use photography as a mechanism for social change across...
continue reading
Development Progress – supporting the Legatum Institute’s Africa Prosperity Summit
||,
Images from our acclaimed project 'Through the People's Lens, delivered in partnership with the Overseas Development Institute, are being shown at the Legatum Institute’s Africa Prosperity Summit in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. Stories of progress from grassroots communities in Ethiopia, Ghana and Tunisia will...
continue reading
TouchBase – an exhibition of sensory photography with Sense
||,
To celebrate the completion of our pilot partnership with Sense, PhotoVoice will be hosting an exhibition at the TouchBase South East Day Centre in Barnet.   The exhibition, which coincides with Deafblind Awareness Week, will celebrate the photography created by a group...
continue reading
Private View for the second theprintspace PhotoVoice awards this Thursday 14th May
||, ,
Join us at the announcement of the winner of the latest theprintspace and PhotoVoice awards this Thursday 14th May, from 7pm until 10pm. The shortlisted entrants will be exhibiting their work, and are: Daniel Ali Harry Williams Mark Heathcote Emma Beckett...
continue reading
My Home My Farm
||,
To celebrate the completion of our MyPharm project in collaboration with Christian Aid, an exhibition at Kahaila Café on Brick Lane showcased a series of photographs taken by farmers in Northern Ghana. The wonderful participant images from our MyPharm project looking...
continue reading
mypharm
MyPharm – A Story of Change with Farmers in Rural Ghana
||,
A project in Ghana that aims to help farmers increase their income.
continue reading
The NCVO and PhotoVoice Photography Competition is open for public voting
||
PhotoVoice knows that photographs can provide a powerful way to tell a story, share information and engage with a variety of different audiences. Many charities use photography to support their activities. To celebrate the accomplishments of charities across the country...
continue reading
26.2 miles of fundraising for PhotoVoice
||
PhotoVoice is thrilled to announce that as part of our Think 26 for PhotoVoice fundraising campaign, supporters of our work have raised over £4000. We would like to say a big thank you to runner Tom Crossley, who ran the...
continue reading
Shortlist announced for the second theprintspace and PhotoVoice awards
||
Earlier this year, in partnership with theprintspace, PhotoVoice launched the first of a new series of quarterly photographic awards. Each quarter, we select themes which resonate with some of the core values of our work. The second competition on the...
continue reading