Discover LUMIX Stories for Change

LUMIX Stories for Change provided three photographers with a grant and Panasonic LUMIX S Series kit to create a photographic project of their choosing that explores some of the most important issues of our time.

With categories loosely based on the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, the first commissions in the LUMIX Stories for Change series will explore the themes of Inclusion and Belonging.

Journey behind the scenes

Gain a unique insight into how each photographer has approached their subject matter to tell their Story for Change.

Events

‘Traces Left Behind’ by Catherine Hyland – private talk/screening and Q&A from British Journal of Photography.

To celebrate the release of the first LUMIX Stories for Change commission, a private talk and screening by award winning photographer Catherine Hyland hosted by British Journal of Photography. The free event will take place at the Import Building near East India on the 6th of February. Doors open at 6:30pm, the talk and screening begins at 7:00pm followed by a Q&A and drinks reception till 9.30pm.

Event Details

‘Painted Lines’ by Frederick Paxton – Interview and Q&A from British Journal of Photography.

12th November at 6:30pm on 1854.photography and Facebook

To celebrate the release of the second LUMIX Stories for Change commission, a talk by Emmy nominated photographer Frederick Paxton hosted by British Journal of Photography. Due to COVID-19 this free event will now take place online at 6:30pm.

‘Baruch’ by Laura Pannack – Interview and Q&A from British Journal of Photography.

17th December at 6:00pm UK time on Facebook and 1854.photography.

To celebrate the release of the final LUMIX Stories for Change commission, a talk by multi award winning photographer Laura Pannack hosted by British Journal of Photography. Due to COVID-19 this free event will now take place online on the 17th of December at 6:00pm UK time on Facebook and 1854.photography.


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