Come and join us in a series of events in which we will discover mobile photography, improve our skills, be part of a community and explore the stories that surround us together!
We want to help Brisbanites explore their creative storytelling skills. Photography has the power to connect & allows for meaning to be conveyed beyond words and, in this way, is a very inclusive form of art.
In terms of practicalities :
|Meetups take place every 3rd Sunday of the month at The Edge, in Southbank||Meetups last for one hour and you’ll have time to mingle before, as well as go for a ‘photo-walk’ afterwards to network and try out your new skills.||Each meetup covers one theme and, through mentoring and training, allows you to discover and enjoy your new photographic and storytelling skills in your own way.||Meetups are collaborative, and you are encouraged to bring and produce your own work.|
At the end of the series, in April you will have the chance to exhibit works that you have developed through these meetups. Throughout the meetups both amateurs and experienced photographers will have discovered mobile photography and visual storytelling and used them to find new perspectives on the world around them. A jury will select the exhibited pieces. The exhibition will be held at the Richard Randall Art Studio, one of the oldest art studios in Brisbane with a proud multicultural heritage one that reminds us of the multicultural heritage of Brisbane and Australia.
It’s still far ahead but we’re planning an exciting array of activities and workshops during the exhibition, so stay tuned !
Want to get involved?
Get in touch with us, as we are still looking for participants to help us organise the exhibition.