Culture Shifts brochures

Culture Shifts is a socially engaged photography programme, working with 11 national and international photographers embedded in communities across seven areas of Liverpool City Region. The project seeks to support communities to explore their stories in a way that is meaningful to them. Collaborating with photographers, communities have co-authored a series of … Continue reading

Photography as Wellbeing

  Between November 2016 and September 2017 Gary Bratchford and Robert Parkinson undertook an onsite residency in Halton, Liverpool, as part of the Open Eye Cultural Shifts project. During this 10-month period they worked with two distinct and pre-determined groups; The Women of Windmill Hill in Runcorn and the Widnes Vikings … Continue reading

Winds of Change: A collaborative project by Tony Mallon and the Women of Northwood’s Golden Years group.

As part of the current Culture Shifts programme led by Open Eye Gallery, (which I manage, in the role of Creative Producer), I wanted to delve into more detail about the methodologies employed by photographic artist Tony Mallon. Mallon, a Liverpool (UK) based photographic artist, has a strong history of … Continue reading

Culture Shifts

Culture Shifts is a new socially engaged photography programme led by Open Eye Gallery, Liverpool, UK and supported by a strategic touring fund from Arts Council England. Working across a host of social housing, local authority culture and health partners and communities across the Liverpool and Merseyside city regions, we … Continue reading