- Aug 04, 2016
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The Curator’s are delighted to announce an exciting new collaboration with charity PhotoVoice.
PhotoVoice’s mission is to build skills within disadvantaged and marginalised communities. To achieve this, they utilise innovative participatory photography and digital storytelling methods. These skills enable individuals to represent themselves and create tools for advocacy and communication. Through this, and through developing partnerships, Photovoice deliver positive social change.
Works from PhotoVoice’s award-winning participatory photography projects from across the world are available for exhibition at The Curators’ public facing events and exhibitions.
If you and your company would like to host a PhotoVoice exhibition to engage debate and inspire in the corporate environment, please to get in touch.
The Curators Director, Peter Dench said:
“The Curators are delighted and privileged to be collaborating with PhotoVoice. Sharon and I, have for a long time, admired the innovative and participatory methods utilised by Tom and the PhotoVoice team to deliver positive social change. We look forward to introducing the projects into the corporate environment to inspire and engage debate.”
PhotoVoice CEO, Tom Elkins said:
“We’re excited to be working in partnership with Peter and Sharon. Having been a fan of Peter’s photographic work for a long time, and been grateful for his support of our charitable projects, we’re delighted that we’re exploring this new partnership. It will help images from our projects reach new audiences, in new and exciting venues.”
For more information about PhotoVoice, please visit: www.photovoice.org