TONIGHT IS THE OPEN VIEW OF AN EXHIBITION OF WORK BY TWELVE PHOTOGRAPHERS WHO HAVE BEEN AFFECTED BY HOMELESSNESS.
ALL WELCOME - subject to Covid/Covid Regulations
Over the past 2 years, mentors from the London Region of the Royal Photographic Society in conjunction with Cafe Art have been helping a group of photographers affected by homelessness. Running the group - online during lockdowns and in person at all other times - mentors have been helping participants to improve their photographic skills and confidence during a very difficult period.
This Exhibition showcases work from twelve of the photographers, with each photographer displaying a set of four photographs taken during the period. Participating photographers are: Al Benthovsky, Damian, Dee Alison, Goska Calik, Lui Saatchi, Maurice Woolger, McGinlay, Michelle, Saffron Saidi, Shenan Chandler, Simon Mart Dennis, Wayne Chin.
The Exhibition will be on display in the Gallery at the Brixton Library from 5th to 29th January with an Open View on 6th January from 6.00pm to 8.00pm. ALL WELCOME (Covid and covid regulations permitting).
Here is the link to the Brixton Library Website - Website here
For any information, contact Julian Rouse: Londoncommunity@rps.org or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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- Julian Rouse, backup Judy Hicks
The Brixton Library