Investing In Education …….
The Photographic Angle is dedicated to promoting education and during the past 18 months has invested directly in projects involving students of photography .
During 2011 and 2012 our work has helped many people from a variety of backgrounds and ages to develop their photographic skills.
2013 will see some of this work toured around the UK to further promote public education in an exhibition titled 'Education For All'.
The Photographic Angle will continue to invest in promoting education in 2013 - to find out how you can apply for a bursary or funding please contact : email@example.com
Below are just some of our success stories for 2012. The Royal Photographic Society
In 2011 - 2012 The Photographic Angle sponsored bursaries to support a photographic project that promotes environmental awareness. The bursaries provided funding for two aspiring photographers to assist with travel expenses, photographic equipment and other project-related costs. The awards were made available for applicants aged 16-25 and 26+ years.
These awards were made in to Mandy Barker and Ciril Jazbec - see blog
for more details. Look Out London - Photovoice
In February 2012, TPA made bursaries available for individuals involved in participatory workshops organized by Photovoice
The workshop titled ' Look out London' explored issues surrounding inner city gang and knife crime capturing some quite striking images.
"It went very well , all students were amazing, inspired and inspiring" said Ingrid Guyon, accomplished photographer and tutor at one of the workshops
The awards were made to six photographers to support them in developing their photographic skills through the learning environment and further support their individual projects.
The 2012 winners of this award were: Nathaniel Williams, Bianca Tennat, Angelika Stolarz, Sansha Edwin, Victoria Omobuwajo and Venesha Cunningham.
The photographic Angle will be following the work of these amazing young people - do keep an eye out for blog
interviews over the next 12 months. London College Of Communication The London College of Communication
offers a diverse and comprehensive selection of photography courses, including a BA (Hons) and MA in Photography as well as a BA (Hons) in Photojournalism and an MA in Photojournalism and Documentary Photography. These well-established degrees offer students direct access to the experience of talented hands-on photography tutors.
The academic year of 2011-2012 saw two bursaries awarded to students at London College of Communication (LCC). Awards were made to Maja Ngom
who is undertaking her BA in Photography and Matt Cetti-Roberts who is working towards his BA in Photojournalism.
The new year also saw an award made to Inigo Alcaniz who is beginning an MA in Documentary photography at LCC. University Of Wales, Newport The University of Wales, Newport
has been a leader in delivering pioneering photographic higher-education courses in Europe. Newport offers undergraduate degrees in Documentary Photography, Photographic Art and Photography for Fashion and Advertising, along with a developing portfolio of postgraduate study including MA/MFA in Documentary Photography, M.Phil and PhD.
Established in 2000, Newport's European Centre for Photographic Research (eCPR) provides a focus for high quality research in photography that builds on both its institutional heritage and internationally renowned scholarship.
In 2012, The Photographic Angle awarded two bursaries to students enrolled at this prestigious university. Christopher Gallagher, who is working towards a BA in Photographic Art and Gillian Alexandra Kalisky who is studying an MFA in Documentary Photography. Central Saint Martins Central Saint Martins
offers a unique Masters degree in Photography, creating challenging and provocative work across traditional and new technologies within photography, printmaking, moving image, communication and networking media.
The Synergy in the Universities postgraduate art department, between Fine art, science, exhibition, theory and philosophy helps create a dynamic context for exploring practices and issues within contemporary culture.
Christine Donnier-Valentin, a student at CSM, was awarded a TPA student bursary to support her masters in photography.