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.
2009 | Vision On
In a series of themed weeks the Vision On programme aimed to involve the wider community in a celebration of digital potential through artist presentations, public interventions, installations and hands-on workshops. More
2009 | The Ghana Think Tank
The work of Ghana Think Tank explores the implications of a revolution in mass communication that enables communities and groups to become connected and share information technologically on a global scale.
2009 | Kitsch Stitch Club
A fantastic summer-time gallery event, the Kitsch Stitch Club at Ffotogallery was here to help participants make and customise accessories and clothing! More
2009 | Plasmawr and Plasbryn
The Plasmawr pupils gained communication skills through engaging and collaborating with a different age group and developed interviewing skills by exploring their collaborator’s upbringing and memories. More
2009 | Allensbank Poetry Film Project
In 2009, Pupils from Allensbank Primary School had the unique opportunity to work with Ffotogallery on making their award winning school poems into short films. More
2009 | Village of the …
Ffotogallery’s digital self-portraiture workshop took place on Saturday 19th September 2009. More
In collaboration with Arts Active, Ffotogallery commissioned filmmaker Anne Siegel to work with residents of Gabalfa, to produce a space-age projection piece set 100 years in the future. More
The Chrisi Bailey Award
In July 2006, Ffotogallery were presented with the prestigious Chrisi Bailey Award for their work on the Forest Farm Virtual Nature Reserve project. More
Forest Farm Virtual Nature Reserve
Working with photographic & new media artists, 60 primary school pupils developed content and considered the design of The Forest Farm Virtual Nature Reserve website.