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Press Releases • Feb 08, 2019 12:09 GMT
Eighty eight London artists affected by homelessness have participated in our unique annual art competition. A record number of more than 150 entries were received and the 20 finalists will be exhibited at the Hampstead School of Art on 5 March.
Press Releases • Sep 24, 2018 12:50 BST
A shoe-string-budget-run London homeless project will open Women Without Walls exhibition of photographs with Mr Michael Møller, Director-General of the United Nations Office at Geneva on Monday 1 October.
Press Releases • Aug 16, 2018 08:32 BST
Two hundred single use cameras were given to people who are homeless, or have recently been homeless in London and Brighton in June. The results are two beautiful calendars which will be sold by the photographers.
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Blog posts • Jul 14, 2016 11:55 BST
Professional photographers and representatives from London's homelessness sector community chose the MyLondon exhibition yesterday in preparation for the annual exhibition and calendar. The social enterprise engaged 105 people affected by homelessness in the first week of July when they picked up disposable cameras and took photos of London over five days.
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Events • Sep 18, 2018 08:41 BST
UNECE, in association with UN Geneva and Cafe Art, is proud to present the "Women Without Walls" exhibition.This exhibition showcases photographs taken by women affected by homelessness from all over the world. The powerful images show what these women love about their cities, their friends and their families, whilst also highlighting their plight when they are homeless.This exhibition also ill...
Events • Oct 02, 2016 17:21 BST
The official launch of the MyLondon calendar by photographers affected by homelessness. The exhibition includes the Top 20 photos and a photo wall of more than 400 photos taken in the contest as chosen by the photographers. We also will be holding an arts market featuring more than 20 artists from homelessness charities. 1pm start for award ceremony / calendar launch.
Events • Jun 17, 2016 08:24 BST
100 disposable cameras given to people affected by homelessness at St Paul's Cathedral. Starting at 12.15, ending at 1pm. Participants will be given a reminder about how to use the contest camera. The brief is simple: the theme is My London. Cameras will be returned to the same place on Wednesday 6 July. The exhibition will be chosen in the same place on Wednesday 20 July.
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Photos of London as seen by people affected by homelessness. Following the distribution of 105 disposable cameras in July, people affected by homelessness in London were given 5 days to capture the theme "My London". The calendar features beautiful photos, and stories about the participants in the project.
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- Managing Cafe Art's MyLondon Photo Project, Art in Cafes
- 07517 141948