Photographer Marysa Dowling ran a fantastic workshop for volunteers today. Marysa’s participatory artistic practice is rooted within portraiture and concerned with human behaviour, exploring and observing how people communicate and relate to each other and the places they live. She has been commissioned to produce work for publication and exhibition by Belfast Exposed, Tate, The Whitechapel Gallery, The Photographers’ Gallery, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, The Courtauld Gallery and Barnardo’s children’s charity. She is currently undertaking a project for Tate.
Monthly Archives: August 2016
We ran a memory session at the William Morris Gallery today for people to with memories of the estate to bring photos and documents to. One of the best finds was this WWII diary belonging to a residents mother. Thanks to everyone who came and brought friends and neighbours!