Migrant Voice Photography Exhibition Changing Lenses: Glasgow Stories Of Integration
Thu 7 June — Sun 10 June 2018
Migrant Voice presents a selection of outstanding photographs by 27 Glasgow-based participants from 24 countries, charting the newcomers' and host communities' experiences of settling into Glasgow life. Photographs are brought together with podcasts and writing pieces in this exhibition that features work made as part of a series of workshops delivered by the photographers Karen Gordon and Robin Mitchell, the Turner Prize artist Duncan Campbell, the writers Ruskin Gammon and Samina Chaudhry and the filmmaker Amparo Fortuny.
Migrant Voice is a migrant-led organisation established to develop the skills, capacity and confidence of members of migrant communities, including asylum seekers and refugees. The organisation works to amplify migrant voices and secure representation in the media and public life.
The exhibition is organised by Amparo Fortuny, Migrant Voice Project Curator.
This exhibition is presented in conjunction with Migrant Voice’s publication of Changing Lenses: Glasgow Stories Of Integration and is made possible by the Big Lottery Awards For All Scotland Fund.
Part of Glasgow Jam workshop