An Exhibition and Book Launch for the New Voices Project at the Centre for Possible Studies. Work from the New Voices Group: Jed Mincher, Sabrina Parmar, Gianna Mula, Coby Ngan, John Gribben and Hassan Al-Mousaoy. Also on display: images from Young Voices; an offshoot participatory photo project working with Bromley youth club JusB, work from the winners of the Media4us ‘Cultural Mosaic’ photo competition, and drawings from the New Londoners Magazine.
“Young Voices. Bromley charities JusB and Bromley and Downham were pleased to welcome professional photographers to help young people make a photographic record of life in Bromley. Young people were trained in various camera techniques and challenged to record the vibrancy of different communities in Bromley.”
“Work from the winners of the Media 4 us ‘Cultural Mosaic’ photo competition. The brief for the competition was to produce a photo along the theme of ‘Cultural Mosaic’. The UK benefits from a rich diversity of people and cultures that help make it a vibrant place to live, work, and learn. Between June and August this year we asked for photos that would capture that essence.”
“The New Londoners, produced by the Migrants Resource Centre, was created to build better understanding between London communities new and old. It provides a platform for new Londoners to convey their stories directly to all Londoners in order to raise awareness of the lives of migrants, refugees and asylum seekers, and celebrate their positive contribution to life in London.”