An exhibition of photographs and texts by clients of the Cathedral Archer Project in Sheffield, a holistic service designed to help homeless people improve their lives. Created through a collaboration by The Open College of the Arts (OCA) and the Cathedral Archer Project, the exhibition offers often unfamiliar perspectives on Sheffield’s people, buildings, streets and open spaces.
The clients of the Cathedral Archer Project worked with professional photographer Mark Harvey and curator Andrew Conroy to develop their own personal vision and take photographs which tell the stories they want to tell.
Presented by Edge Hill Arts
This event is part of a wider programme of events taking place at Edge Hill over the coming months as part of the Festival of Ideas 2016, a diverse range of events exploring culture, health and society. The main theme is Imagining Better – envisioning ways for communities, arts and healthcare to develop and flourish, even in times of austerity and inequality.
Details of all events can be found here