Here are our upcoming activities, workshops, talks, walks and more!
For more information or to book, contact us.
Waterloo Sights & Sound Reunion
Wednesday 1 June 2016, 6pm
Coin Street neighbourhood centre
Join us for a special screening of the Waterloo Sights & Sounds film and sharing of the Humans of Waterloo project including:
Screening of Waterloo Sights & Sounds film by Peter Gazey and Rose Ades – featuring interviews and footage from the project and exhibition
Sharing of images and stories from the Humans of Waterloo project
Opportunity to reconnect and share what members of the group are doing now
Discuss opportunities for new projects
Refreshments including wine, tea, coffee, soft drinks and snacks
Sunday 20 September 11am-1pm
With London based art photographer Anthony Epes (London at Dawn). Lear how to take environmental portraits in a street-based photography setting and put your skills into practce in a walk around the Waterloo and the South Bank. Please bring your own camera (camera phones are fine). Beginners welcome.
Learn to upload material
Wednesday 23 September 5.30-7pm
Learn how to update websites and social media with digital content within the Waterloo Sights & Sounds steering group meeting. Bring your Humans of Waterloo photographs and interviews to upload.
Wednesday 22 July 6-7.30pm
Anna Robinson, local poet and historian will be running two workshops on developing interview skills. We will look at the best questions to use and how to get the most our of the interviews. In the Saturday session there will be an opportunity to get started on the project and try our new skills out.
Waterloo Sights and Sounds Photos Amnesty
we would like to thank everybody that came along on the 21 June at Coin Street, please see our blog to view the pictures and histories that were shared on the day!!! a lot of memories shared!
Waterloo Sights & Sounds exhibition
Multimedia soundscape and photographic exhibition
Mon-Fri 11am-6pm, Sat 11am-4pm
A culmination of Coin Street’s heritage project to document changes to the urban and social landscape of London SE1.
The second interactive heritage exhibition showcasing the Waterloo Sights & Sounds project. On top of the multimedia exhibition which includes stunning photos from the street photography competition, sound and art installations, oral history recordings and creative writing, we have an exciting selection of talks, walks, films and workshops lined up.