Projects

Mental Health, Mental Health, Projects

Learn about the our work

Learn about the our work

We have made a short film about the courses we run for people with lived experience in mental health. Related posts: Dark Side of the Lens Illuminated – Inside Perspectives on Mental Health Pathway to Recovery project launched Simone talks about the Illuminated project The Wells Road Centre

Big Lottery Fund, Events, Mental Health, News, Participants experiences, Press, Projects

Inspirational Seeing Exhibition June 2017

Related posts: inspirational Journey Article from Beyond Borders June 2012 Elemental exhibition Inspirational Seeing

Mental Health, Projects

Eye Witness

Eye Witness

Nottingham Photographers’ Hub presents Eye Witness Thursday, 20th November 2014 5pm-6.30pm at Unit P, 69-73 Lower Parliament St, Nottingham, NG1 3BB   The Nottingham Photographers’ Hub is hosting a unique art event showcasing the work of 8 upcoming photographers from Nottingham. ‘Eye Witness’ will feature the work of people who […]

Children in Need, News, Projects

SfE Photography

SfE Photography

SfF Photography (Something for Everyone) an Exhibition on Tuesday 18th November, 5pm-6pm at MyPlace, Westfield Folkhouse Young People’s Centre  Westfield Lane, Mansfield , NG18 1TL     The Nottingham Photographers’ Hub is hosting a unique art event showcasing the work of 8 upcoming photographers from Mansfield in Nottinghamshire. SfE Photography,  […]

Photovoice, Press, Projects, Youth Issues

Portrait taking in Nottingham

Ryan’s story

We often wonder whether what we do really helps people. …Ryan Crawford first came to us last September to join the Photovoice Look Out project. Look Out aims to photography to develop youth voices campaign across the UK. Ryan’s opening remark on the first session was ‘the job centre sent me, […]

Projects

Community Capsule project

Community Capsule project

The Nottingham Photographer’s Hub in partnership with the Nottingham Black Archive aim to create a virtual archive documenting the contribution of Nottingham’s black servicemen to the war effort and the rebuilding of the city from 1939 to 1955. Using photographs, artefacts, and oral histories we will create a book, DVD, exhibition, […]

Projects

Photovoice – Look Out project

Photovoice – Look Out project

Nottingham Photographers’ Hub is working in partnership with the Photovoice charity to encourage and support young people across the UK to speak out about issues that affect them and other young people in their community.  The project is part of a national Photovoice project with Catch 22 London, FACT Liverpool, FARE Glasgow, […]

Projects

Pathway to Recovery project launched

Pathway to Recovery project launched

Funded by the Big Lottery Fund, this project aims to improve the mental health and well-being of people with mental ill health through our photography & personal development courses and volunteering activities. The project started in December 2012, and over the next three years we will be working with people […]

News, Projects

Shannon, Caley and Asad collecting their award (with screenwriter William Ivory)

Winners at the Nottingham Young Creative Award

Three of our students, Shannon Hill, Caley Chen and Asad Ramazani, were winners at the Nottingham Young Creative Awards last night. They jointly won in the photography category for their depiction of the Nottingham Playhouse composed with over 370 smaller images. All three have recently completed a 11 week course […]

Projects

From Negatives To Positive

From Negatives To Positive

The exhibition was the culmination of 10 weeks work by people with mental health issues.  The course was funded by the European Social Fund and the Skills Funding Agency and administered by the managing agents Enable. What did you learn? How to use a camera and how to make good […]

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Photovoice – care leavers project

Photovoice – care leavers project

With the support of Awards for All we ran an 11 week photography and personal development course for unaccompanied minors seeking asylum. Our course members told us: they have developed new skills and their confidence has grown they are more comfortable in communicating/ expressing themselves not only in English but […]