Thursday 26th January 2017 - 18:30 - 20:30.
Open, 20 Bank Plain, Norwich. NR24SF.
£5 per ticket, £2.50 Students.
PLEASE NOTE - THE DATE FOR THIS EVENT IS POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE DUE TO UNFORESEEN CIRCUMSTANCES. APOLOGIES FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE CAUSED.
Give a Child a Camera - Bringing Photography to Rural Africa.
Hear the story of how freelance photographer Julian Claxton discovered a small community school in rural Africa, where he fell in love with the children and went back to give them the gift of photography.
In a presentation interspersed with video clips, Julian talks about the project he set up, the benefits it gave to the local community, the journey the children have been on, and how more than fifty children went from never having held a camera to producing wonderfully emotive images of their lives.
About Julian Claxton
Julian Claxton is a freelance editorial, corporate, and documentary photographer from Suffolk. Since cycling to Africa in 2012, he has found the continent has greatly impacted his life. He has been captivated by the wonderful hospitality, the rawness of life, and the warmth of the communities. Julian has returned to rural Uganda and Rwanda on several occasions, working and living in the rural communities, teaching photography and constantly being blown away by the children’s photographic abilities.
If purchasing a student ticket, please bear in mind you will need to present your student ID on the day of the event. You will not need to bring anything else for this event, other than a pen and paper if you wish to take notes. We look forward to seeing you soon.