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February 2016

Hello and welcome to the February Newsletter.

In the past few weeks, we have been at the London Art Fair delivering a talk on diversity in photography, as well as exhibiting one of our projects ‘My Home, My Farm’. We’ve launched our next photography competition with the National Council for Voluntary Organisations, and Alexander Mourant brings us the second in a five-part series on his journey through Africa. As ever, please hit reply and share your thoughts and ideas. Also, you can follow us on Twitter @photovoice.

Exhibition: ‘My Home, My Farm’

London Art Fair this year enabled us to revisit the project ‘MyPharm’. In partnership with Christian Aid, the project looks at the issues affecting Ghanaian farmers. As an exhibition piece ‘My Home, My Farm’ displayed the life, worries and successes of Ghanaian farmers through their eyes.

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Photographic lucky dip

We were also excited to host our very first photographic ‘Lucky Dip’. At London Art Fair, participants donated £35 to choose an anonymous envelope. They could have purchased a beautiful print from one of our project participants or a signed print from an established photographer.

Find out more about the fundraiser

Our talk at the London Art Fair

Anna Fox chaired our talk ‘Diversity in Photography’ and we were given a real insight into the success of three women in photography – Zelda Cheatle, Karen Harvey and Scarlett Crawford.

Find out more about our time at London Art Fair

Guest Blog – Alexander Mourant in the Sudan

In his second guest blog Alexander Mourant portrays the reality of being a photographer in Sudan during a time where its government forbids any photographs of its people.

Read Alexander Mourant’s blog

Connections – the NCVO and PhotoVoice annual photography competition

The theme for our next photography competition with The National Council for Voluntary Organisations (NCVO) has been announced! Celebrating charities’ stories of connections, entries should depict a form of connection that charities make – from connections between people, to a cause, or to an activity.

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PhotoVoice Training

New training dates announced for 1 - 3, June 2016. The February training is now sold out but there are one or two left for March.

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Featured image: “Captions normally detract the viewer from the unseen and personal interpretation. However, as this is one of the only photographs taken in Sudan and regarding the circumstances it’s titled ‘To Look Back.’ 2015″

(c) Alexander Mourant

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