PhotoVoice

PhotoVoice
Update from PhotoVoice
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We've been a little quiet of late, working on a few things behind the scenes.
Older People Need Company Too – Magdalena Turek
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"Through my photography, I aim to encourage people to pick up the phone and tell their loved ones that they think about them and love them."
Constructing Futures
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Through innovative participatory photography workshops, ten participants reflected on youth employment and the construction industry in Ghana.
How Photography Helped Me: Valeria Cherchi
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"Photography is a way to state something important; a relevant tool to be consciously used to speak out."
PhotoVoice and Arnolfini Gallery promoting ethical participation
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PhotoVoice and the Arnolfini in Bristol have been working together to support the gallery's new 'NOW or NEVER programme'. This programme 'initiates cooperative spaces for 15-18 year olds to work with artists, thinkers and doers to create impactful creative ideas for...
PITCH
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Photography workshops in Uganda, Myanmar and Nigeria sharing perspectives on HIV, discrimination, and sexual and reproductive health and rights.
Ten Questions with… Nelson Morales
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"To photograph someone and communicate something to the public, I must be honest with myself and believe and trust in my values ​​as a person."
Ten Questions with… Melody Melamed
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"As an image maker you are essentially taking the essence of someone and trapping it into a time capsule..."
Finding Purpose Through Photography – Daniel Wessell
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"Everyone has a story to tell. We just need to hear each other."
Mindful Photography for Improved Wellbeing – Ruth Davey
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"My vision is to inspire others to use photography as a tool to improve the health and wellbeing of people and the planet."