PhotoVoice joins PHOTOBLOCK


Every October London’s East End plays host to Photomonth, a photography festival which celebrates the visual arts in venues and galleries across East London. From October 12th – 18th, the Old Truman Brewery hosts PHOTOBLOCK, an exciting project that curates a distinctive programme of photography events, creating a wider experience and engagement for all things photographic.

We are excited to announce that PhotoVoice will be exhibiting at this years PHOTOBLOCK, showcasing stunning participants photographs from past and present projects.

Join us on October 13th from 6pm – 9pm for the PhotoVoice private view, where we will be launching a range of new membership benefits for 2017. You  can also meet the PhotoVoice staff and enjoy our exhibition, filled with the images and experiences of underrepresented communities around the world.

The evening will be held at:

The Old Truman Brewery
91 Brick Lane, London E1 6QL

New project portfolio review opportunities for PhotoVoice members.

As well as announcing new exciting benefits and activities for our membership scheme, we will be hosting a ‘Participatory Photography Portfolio Review’ join us on Saturday 15th October to have a one to one session with one of our Projects Managers and talk through your project ideas.

This is a members only opportunity. Not a member? You can sign up or renew your membership here.

PHOTOBLOCK will also be featuring:

Fotonow’s SWGPP
South West Graduate Photography Prize is an annual showcase of emerging photographic artists from the South West Region.

The AOP Awards
The AOP Awards remains the most prestigious and highly respected competition for professional photographers in the creative sector.

The BPPA Exhibition
British press photographers are some of the best in the world, and here the public will get a chance to see how powerful a good press photograph really can be.

An inspiring showcase of recent MA Photography Graduates and students from across the UK.

The RPS International Print Exhibition 159
Now in its 159th year, it is the longest running exhibition of its kind in the world, committed to promoting photography and supporting photographers.

Tommy Clarke – Up in the Air
Tommy’s stunning photographs reveal a new aerial perspective of some of the most beautiful locations on earth, including France, Mexico and Australia.The continual shift in salt levels and regular extraction process creates a landscape that is unique to the moment that it was captured.