Plymouth Incinerator documentary photography visit posted on 13/11/2012
Barne Barton Banter: Issue 3 is underway, after a site visit to the new incinerator in the area. The group of young people on the project began making photographic studies of the soon to be new neighbour in Plymouth.
Toffee Apple making workshop at Southway Youth Centre posted on 13/11/2012
Fotonow enjoyed a productive evening making toffee apples with a group at Southway Youth Centre... the work leading to the development of a community orchard.
Temple Mead Enterprize Zone commission posted on 08/11/2012
South West Graduate Photography Prize winner Mark Perham on his tour of Temple Meads area pondering commission ahead of him. Some images from the Fotonow trip to Bristol.
An interview with John Curno posted on 05/11/2012
Fotonow present the latest in their ongoing series of interviews with photographers, which sees John Curno chat about his work and latest publication 'It's About Time'.
Barne Barton eco-fashion Banter! posted on 04/11/2012
Fotonow's work with Barne Barton residents continues this week with issue two of the 'Banter' newsletter being printed, which features eco-fashion shoot and ideas for recycling and a more sustainable living.
Camper Obscura at Plymouth University posted on 04/11/2012
On 13th November Camper Obscura will be outside the Link Building at Plymouth University from 0900-1200 for passers by to enjoy the mighty projections of the surrounding area; a talk by Fotonow directors will be taking place at 1300.
Brislington Community Archive posted on 04/11/2012
Fotonow working with group in Brislington (Bristol) to develop a project where young people developed a series of studies of their local environment, leading to a show at Wicklea Youth Centre on 17th November 2012. The project archive allows the community to continue to upload images to a living archive for future generations.
Embark: Ferry Art nears an end posted on 04/11/2012
Juliette Walshe here with work from Embark: Ferry Art 2012 which has seen huge support over the Summer and culminated in community workshops and Embark residency shows. Thanks to Charlotte Williams and Anna Cattermole for hoping run what has been a very successful programme of events!
Robin Maddock book signing posted on 01/11/2012
Fotonow team headed along to Robin Maddock's book signing at Waterstone's this evening, the photographic works made in Plymouth are featured with God Forgotten Face which is certainly worth checking out!
Apple Orchard in Southway posted on 01/11/2012
Project work with Stepping Stones to Nature continued today with visit to the Southway Nature Reserve to plan various sessions leading towards the planting of an apple orchard and accompanying photographic and documentary film work in collaboration with young people within the community.