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St Anne’s: in the block and woods

A series of photos showing a community group in St Anne’s learning photography, in a free workshop run by two UWE Bristol volunteers.

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Photographers Josh Adam Jones and Alesha Hickmans are volunteering their time to train community groups in their craft. Most recently, they gave a free community photography workshop in St Anne’s, as part of a project called Look & Learn funded by Bricks Bristol, UWE Bristol Community Fund and Quartet Community Foundation. The day included an introduction to the technical aspects of digital and analogue photography, before taking photos in St Anne’s Woods and St Anne’s House, a building which will soon become a creative community hub run by Bricks Bristol.

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