Ffotogallery Education works with schools, charities, local government and education agencies, as well as commercial clients, to devise and deliver large-scale socially engaged creative projects. Placing artists and fresh perspectives at the heart of each project, we encourage participants to approach issues of place, identity, history and society using photography, video and digital media within a structured learning programme. Project outcomes include exhibitions, publications, as well as virtual outcomes such as digital environments, games and online resources.
2017 | Women, War and Peace
Young People Voicing Peace Inspired by the work of Lee Karen Stow for the ‘Women, war and peace’ exhibition, and linked to the commemorations for the WW1, students from six secondary schools were asked to look at the ways in … More
2017 | A Mini Revolution!
The Children of Radnor Road primary school make their thoughts about today’s politics clear in their brilliant poem and animation. If you build a wall If you build a wall we can knock it down with morse code bang a … More
2017 | Tidy!
Tidy! is a multi arts project for KS1 and KS2, that encourages children to engage with questions surrounding the environment, sustainable living and our everyday lives – how can we create a tidy playground, a tidy school, a tidy town … More
2016 | See It Make It Do It
In three sessions, we asked pupils in schools in Swansea to make 3 minute movies using iPads. Considering the importance of moving image in all forms of broadcast from cinema to YouTube, the children combined sound design, image and text, … More
2015 | Momentum
In collaboration with engage and artist Heloise Godfrey Talbot, Ffotogallery worked with a group of young people at Bespoke Education. Bespoke Education works with young people not in mainstream education More
2015 | Easter Photography Workshops at National Museum Cardiff
As part of the Historic Photography exhibition at the National Museum, the Ffotogallery Education team and photographer Michal Iwanowski developed a range of activities More
2015 | Experience Wales in Venice
Venice Biennale virtual learning resource for teachers and pupils. We are making available a wealth of resources for online audiences. More
2014 – 2015 Hidden Presence
Hidden Presence will explore the extraordinary life of Nathaniel Wells, an 18th-19th century nobleman of mixed heritage, son of a wealthy Cardiff merchant & plantation owner and an enslaved woman. More
2014 | Tom Wood Family Archive
As part of the Tom Wood Landscapes exhibition, the education team invited members of the public to share their own photographic family archive…. More