Photovoice - Questioning Our Experience Through Photography

Photovoice - Questioning Our Experience Through Photography

16, 23 & 30 Nov 2019


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16, 23 & 30 Nov 2019

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Artists and art enthusiasts: call out for POC (people of colour) of all ages 

Saturdays 16th, 23rd & 30th November 2019, 10:30am – 12:30pm

3 Photography Workshops led by Jaz Ketibuah-Foley

Free of charge - students and older people especially welcome

This photography workshop takes its inspiration from the upcoming exhibition, Africa State of Mind, which showcases the work of contemporary photographers from across the African Continent. During the workshops you are invited to make your own images of life and identity - embracing the particular and the personal. The work generated will then be displayed at RWA for six weeks during the exhibition dates (Dec-Mar). 

The Programme

  • Working with disposable cameras
  • Photographing on the move
  • Creating imagery for print

Register your interest by using the 'book now' button above. Please note that there are only 8 spaces available and these will be offered at random - you will be contacted if you are one of those offered a place.

Contact Project Coordinator Olumide Osinoiki for more information: 


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