Elizabeth Garret Anderson School
As part of the Picturing Democracy Project, pupils from Elizabeth Garret Anderson School met with staff from Islington Town Hall, interviewed them, and took their portraits. They met with individuals from a variety of backgrounds, with different, and equally valuable roles, within the life of Islington Council and the Town Hall: cleaners; porters; the registrar; […]
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Winners of the EGA Photoshop Club Summer Term competition 2009.
From 17th-27th of June 2009 Cubitt hosted a community festival curated and promoted by pupils aged 14-16 from Elizabeth Garret Anderson Language College. The festival called for people to “…..Leave the screen and join a new scene!”
Picturing Democracy was an 18-month project, run in conjunction with a Photography Club at Elizabeth Garret Anderson School. A group of young people learnt professional photography skills and met with local politicians, local community leaders and other figures whom they thought would be interesting to meet and interview. The young people met Terry Stacey the […]
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