The MIGRATE photography exhibition on the theme of human migration opens on 29th August at Omeara in London Bridge.
Eight international photographers will display their work and an accompanying book featuring the photographs and the stories behind them will be on sale with proceeds going to Unicef’s Children of Syria Emergency Appeal.
The exhibition features a panel discussion on 31st August examining the role of photography and social media in humanitarian crises. Visitors interested in instant photography can benefit from workshops on 2nd September teaching photo techniques using classic Polaroid cameras.
The event is organised by Unicef’s NEXTGen London and supported by analogue instant photography company the Impossible Project.
MIGRATE is running an Instagram competition for submissions from anywhere in the world, giving entrants the chance to be included in the exhibition in the form of a carefully-selected digital display.
For more information visit: www.nextgenlondon.com
To buy tickets go to: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/migrate-exhibition-opening-book-launch-in-aid-of-unicef-tickets-36807529311
For the Instagram competition keep an eye on: https://www.instagram.com/migrateofficial/
Featured image at top of page by Alice Aedy