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.

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 

2014 | Bedazzled – A Welshman in New York

An online project accompanying Ffotogallery’s show Bedazzled – A Welshman in New York especially commissioned by Dylan Thomas 100 Festival and Cardiff Contemporary. More 

2014 | Artists As Learners

Artists as Learners was a project run in partnership with engage and the Prince’s Trust Fairbridge Centre. More 

2013 | Diffusion Experience

Ffotogallery Education developed Diffusion Experience as a central online component of Diffusion Cardiff International Festival of Photography. It offers an exciting virtual experience of the festival More 

2013 | Lightbox

Lightbox is a major online resource for Art and Design Teachers and young people in Wales. It is the product of a 3 year period of research and consultation with schools and art teachers across Wales in collaboration with the exam board and NGfL. More 

2012 | Penarth Heights Project

Current Project – Pupils from six schools in Penarth have been invited to tell the story of the Penarth Heights site, from the idealism of the 1970s social housing project the ‘Billy Banks’ to the decline and regeneration of the area. More 

2012 | Colour My Thoughts

Karen Ingham’s ‘Piece of Mind Mask’ Participatory Web Project. More 

2012 | 10 Questions About Memory

During the Daniel Blaufuks’ Works On Memory exhibition, visitors and educators were able to visit the gallery and pick up an interpretative print collection pack. More 

2011 | Post It Wales

In the winter of 2010/11, Ffotogallery worked with schools up and down the country, inviting pupils to exhibit images of their own Wales! More 

2011 | Nowhere But Here

In February 2011, Ffotogallery hosted a daylong celebration of Welsh sound and music in response to James Morris’s A Landscape Of Wales exhibition More