Inspiration

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

Big Lottery Fund, Case Studies, Mental Health, Mental Health

Case Study C

Case Study C

C is a young man in his mid-20s. In addition to mental health issues he has been diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome which can make developing relationships with others difficult. He was recommended to the group by a Cam-Era member who felt the social aspects of the course would be helpful […]

Big Lottery Fund, Case Studies, Mental Health

Case Study B

Case Study B

B was in her early 30s when she attended a course. She was frightened to leave her flat and was prone to serious panic attacks when away from home which meant she left home rarely. She was referred by Nottinghamshire Social Inclusion and Well-Being Team and was accompanied to the […]

Big Lottery Fund, Events, Mental Health

Beyond the looking glass

Beyond the looking glass

Friday 28th March 2014 5.30pm to 7pm at the Nottingham Photographer’s Hub The Nottingham Photographers’ Hub is hosting a unique art event showcasing the work of 10 upcoming photographers from Nottingham. ‘Beyond the looking glass’ will feature the work of people who have recently completed a 11 week photography course […]

Community Capsule, Events, Lottery Heritage, Race Equality

Launch of Community Capsule

Launch of Community Capsule

COMMUNITY CAPSULE: THE LAUNCH 7 FEBRUARY 2014, 6PM – 8PM at the NEW ART EXCHANGE, 39-41 GREGORY BOULEVARD, NOTTINGHAM, NG7 6BE, UK Over the past 18 months Nottingham Black Archive (NBA) and Nottingham Photographers’ Hub have been working to document the contribution of Black ex-servicemen and their families during World War II. The […]

Documentary photography, Inspiration, Press Photography

World Press Photo judges discuss emotion and content in winning images

World Press Photo judges discuss emotion and content in winning images

The World Press Photo was founded in Amsterdam in 1955 and has become the world’s leading and most respected press photography contest, from which the winning photographs have been composed to travel the world to more than 80 venues in 45 countries. For over 60 years the organisations has been […]

Gender issues, Inspiration, Lesbian Gay issues, Portraiture

Generic, Corporate-Styled Portraits Question Gender, Sexuality, and HIV Status

Generic, Corporate-Styled Portraits Question Gender, Sexuality, and HIV Status

French photographer Christophe Beauregard’s Le Meilleur des Mondes? is a series of portraits in collaboration with Basilade, a French association that supports people living with HIV/AIDS. Beauregard’s subjects are employees and volunteers of Basilade—gay, straight and transgender. Some are living with the disease, some are not. In attempts to question the stigmatization of […]

Art, Documentary photography, Economics, Inspiration

Failed Ambitions : Spain’s Economic Collapse

Failed Ambitions : Spain’s Economic Collapse

In this week’s issue of the New Yorker magazine, Nick Paumgarten writes about Spain’s economic collapse by way of the failure of the ambitious development project Residencial Francisco Hernando, in an area called El Quiñón, near the village of Seseña. The housing complex is now only partially occupied, and there remains a […]