Resources & Community Events

Welcome to the TPF community! Keeping us connected and inspired online by sharing our community programmes and industry insights, plus showcasing the work we do to promote inclusivity and the art of photography. We hope you enjoy being a part of the community, and if you have any comments or questions about our content, or if you'd like to get involved then please get in touch via the Contact page above.

Community

Our community programmes are an important part of our commitment to promoting the art of photography to the wider community. Working in partnership with organisations such as Hackney Council, Create Jobs and The Photobook Café, we create opportunities for young people in London to create, connect and share. Take a look below for information about our community workshops and events.

What's involved?

The programme will run from 16th January to 27th March 2021, taking place every other Saturday – here is a quick look at what you can expect.
Due to health and safety restrictions, sessions are likely to be a mix of in-person and online.

WEEK 1: THE BASICS  Learn to tell a story with your camera, meet new people and get creative with photography

WEEK 2: SHOW & TELL  A chance for us all to share the images we’ve taken since the last workshop.

WEEK 3: PHOTOWALK  Explore your community learn how to capture urban landscapes and street photography on a guided walk.

WEEK 4: GROUP CURATION  This fun and friendly workshop will support you as you edit and select your final images.

WEEK 5: EXHIBITION PLANNING & ZINE MAKING  Come together to create the key elements for a welcoming community space to showcase your work.

WEEK 6: YOUR EXHIBITION  Celebrate your creations and our time together with a group community exhibition at TPF Studio.

Listen, learn & grow resources

TPF mentors and collaborators share their insights and experience of working in the photography industry in this series of videos created by our trainees. The videos explore a diverse range of topics from representation to re-framing failure – there is much to learn!

On Failure