This twilight session, in partnership with our friends from The Photography Movement will explore the wonder of photography to support mental health.
NSEAD is collaborating with The Photography Movement for the NSEAD National Conference 2022, to deliver a twilight session on 9 June about the power of photography to improve mental health and wellbeing. A special competition will also be launched at that event.
About The Photography Movement
The Photography Movement is a non-profit organisation, founded to help all humankind express their feelings and emotions around mental health through the medium of photography.
They created and run Show and Tell, a curated programme of photography exhibitions, workshops and talks, to encourage individuals of all ages to compose, connect and communicate through images. Thousands of children and young people have engaged with the Show and Tell and we will find out more about them and their photography at the session.
At the session, hear from:
- Student winners of the #MyPhotoMyFeeling Prize, East Norfolk Sixth Form College
- Artist and Mental Health advocate Sarah Graham
- Previous winner of the Show and Tell Exhibition and one of this year’s judges, 11 year old Adnan Islam
- Wellbeing experts from Show and Tell
Find out about how you can get involved with Show and Tell to improve mental health and wellbeing in your school and your chance to win the NSEAD prize pack – a feature in AD Magazine and a Cisco Mega-Pro studio photography equipment pack:
SLR Canon camera, reflector, tripod and light source with soft box and stand.
Who is this session aimed at?
The session is aimed at art and design educators in UK schools teaching children over 11 years old (from Year 6 upwards).
Date: Thursday 9th June
Time: 6pm – 7:30pm
This course is part of the NSEAD Annual Conference programme – find out more and register here