Migrant Voice, Changing Lenses, CCA

migrant voice changing lenses

Glasgow Stories of Integration

Mon 12 March 2018

Photography workshops and final exhibition with the artwork of the participants exploring experiences of integration.

A panel of photographers will guide participants through the process to develop and exhibit their stories to maximum impact.

The Training Process: During 9 sessions, participants will be trained on creative
expression through photography as well as technical, practical photography skills, storytelling, creative writing and how to use words and images together to create a powerful messages in a compelling way.

Discussions will be facilitated around experiences of integration, sense of belonging, the impact of hate crime and impact of the negative debate on migration on community cohesion.

The project culminates with an exhibit of the participants artwork.

Final exhibition with under the title Changing Lenses: Glasgow Stories Of Integration.

The workshops will run for every Monday 6-8pm for a total of 9 sessions from Mon. 29th Jan 2018 and will bring together migrants and non-migrants

The project is free of charge, but participants must attend all workshops.

Migrant Voice project led by Amparo Fortuny. Please email amparo@migrantvoice.org if you would like to register or for more information.

Migrant Voice is a migrant-led organisation established to develop the skills, capacity and confidence of members of migrant communities. We work to amplify migrant voices and secure representation in the media and public life.

The project is funded by The Big Lottery Awards for All Scotland

Centre for Contemporary Arts
350 Sauchiehall Street
Glasgow G2 3JD

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