PROJECTS

STORIES 4 CHANGE

Stories 4 Change will bring together a group of young makers to explore different mediums and narratives and collaborate with industry leaders to develop projects ready to be pitched and shown to the world. Your stories matter, and we want to help you to tell them better, bigger and louder.

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SEE CHANGE - PHOTOGRAPHY MASTERCLASS

Climate change has crucial impacts on our life: today and in the future. It can seem like an issue which is too big or too abstract for people to respond to effectively or to consider in their everyday lives.
To help respond to the growing challenges posed by climate change, FOTEA partnered with University of Leeds on the project ‘See Change: Visualising the Urban Climate Crisis’. During the project emerging and established photographers took part in a masterclass to explore new ways of visually representing climate change from different perspectives. By exploring how to tell better stories about the local impacts of climate change in Africa’s urban environments, we aimed to equip visual storytellers with the tools that they needed to raise awareness on these issues, help people understand the climate crisis better, and help them to advocate for change.


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KIPYA KI?

Kipya Ki? was a collaborative project between FOTEA, the organiser of the Uganda Press Photo Award and FORMAT International Photography festival that mixes cross-curating, digital collaboration and was a showcase of photographers working on the emergent forms of photography from across East Africa and the UK.  
Two emerging curators, Trevor Mukholi (UG) and Ibrahim Azab (UK) and Uganda, worked with 10 artists to explore the East African and British photographic (and related media) landscapes to platform new ways of working.

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