Four Corners Into Focus projects are delighted to present an exhibition of experimental photo works at Four Corners Gallery.
This intergenerational project enabled younger and older Tower Hamlets residents to produce traditional black and white prints from photographic negatives, inverted mobile phone pics and prints from pin hole cameras, made from drinks tins. These processes were supported by artists Sarah Ainslie, Antony Cairns and teacher/photographer Elle Andrews.
14th – 17th December 2021, 11am-6pm
4th -7th January 2022, 11am-6pm
Anisa Begum, Sam Van Den Heuvel, Tahera Zaman, Michelle Jones, Lisa Neilson, Agatha Telemacque and Josef Thompson.
Open to Tower Hamlets residents aged 14–25 and over 50.
Want to know more about photography and developing your own prints? Into Focus is a free, part-time course exploring film photography. Collaborate with people from across Tower Hamlets to develop camera skills in just 12 weeks.
Learn about different camera techniques and get the chance to put these into practice in our professional photography studio
Experiment with printing methods in the Four Corners’ darkroom
Explore Tower Hamlets through local photography walks
Showcase your work online and/or at Four Corners’ Gallery (covid-permitting)
We’re open from 21st April 2021, but will continue to run online sessions if needed. All on-site practical workshops will be run safely according to Covid guidelines, with some additional sessions taking place online.
Four Corners believes in film and photography for all. As a registered charity, our work builds upon almost 50 years of radical, socially-engaged approaches to photography and film. Situated on Read more…