4 October - 2 November 2014

a Photoworks production

A View to the Past | Brighton Photo Biennial BPB14

A View to the Past© Shahazhan Choudhury

Brighton residents from different generations work together with photographer Lydia Goldblatt to address negative stereotyping

An intergenerational group of older people and undergraduates/young people living in Brighton have been working together over summer 2014 in a series of facilitated photography workshops to create new work that fosters intergenerational links and addresses negative stereotyping. Together the participants
have shared personal stories and experiences, exploring ‘the daily journey’ and collaborating to investigate some of the similarities and differences in their everyday lives.

This project launches with  National Older People’s week 2014.

A View to the Past is presented in partnership with Impact Initiatives.

This event is accessible to wheelchair users. 

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