At Belfast Exposed, we put learning at the heart of the organisation. We are aware that the younger generation and those interested in being educated, will continue to drive, change and challenge photography for years to come. Therefore, we will harness their energy, arouse their curiosity and welcome the contribution they will make.
We offer free bespoke gallery tours and workshops for schools and colleges from Primary schools through to Degree level. Providing 1-hour sessions that include in-depth guided tours of our exhibitions, a tour of our facilities and a talk about the history of Belfast Exposed.
Annually, Belfast Exposed run Summer Scheme and Young Futures programmes aimed at providing teenagers with skills and knowledge in photography. These programmes aim to equip the young people with skills that bridge the gap between traditional arts education in schools, therefore assisting prospective students for third level education. The programmes consist of a series of practical workshops, artist talks, discussions, exhibition tours and gallery visits.
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Exhibition ToursCost - Free Date - Tuesday to Friday 10am to 5pm Age - All Ages, Primary to Degree/Masters Level
We provide 1-hour sessions that include in-depth guided tours of our exhibitions, a tour of our facilities and a talk about the history of Belfast Exposed. Tours can be arranged between Tuesday and Friday, 10am to 5pm daily.
Belfast Exposed Young FuturesCost - Free Date - First Tuesday of each month from October and April, 5pm to 6.30pm Age - 15 to 18 (GCSE to A-Level)
Belfast Exposed Young Futures will bring together a group of 15 to 18 year olds, from school and colleges in Northern Ireland interested in learning more about photography and the art world. Workshops will include an exciting programme of talks, workshops and gallery visits with curators, artists and arts professionals. This is a fantastic opportunity for young people to gain valuable experience and to take the first steps in their artistic career.
Belfast Exposed Summer SchemeCost - £50 for full week (five days) Date - Dates TBD - Monday to Friday, 10am to 4pm Age - 15 to 18 (GCSE to A-Level)
Would you like to take part in a creative week of photography? Whether you want to improve your photography as a hobby or gain extra skills and knowledge to enhance your studies, the Belfast Exposed Photography Summer Scheme offers you a great creative opportunity to build your photography portfolio.
Bespoke Practical Workshops in PhotographyCost - Varies Date - Monday to Friday
We can design tailor-made workshops for students at all levels to compliment various aspects of the primary and secondary curriculums. If you would like to find out more, or to discuss course options, please firstname.lastname@example.org / 02890230965
From a curriculum point of view the project was fabulous. It allowed children to take part in a wide range of activities, directing, discussing and positively editing and evaluating their work and cooperating with different groups within the class.Teacher, Meadow Bridge Primary School
The programme gave the children so much confidence and inspired them in what photography can do.Teacher, Sacred Heart Primary School
Working with a guest photographer was super. The pupils were learning all the time without realising it!Teacher, Meadow Bridge Primary School
The programme is a fantastic resource for teachers, allowing them to cover multiple areas of learning and curriculum through a completely new medium.Teacher, St Malachy’s Primary School
I learned completed new aspects of photography, which I found particularly interesting as I am unable to study this in school.
Things I enjoyed learning about most were: different angles and shots, how photographers can illustrate fascinating stories within photos.
I have never had the opportunity to study photography before, so I enjoyed the whole experience as everything I learnt was completely new to me!
I have learned a variety of new ways to interpret artworks in terms of photography.
I loved the fact that we had a chance to explore artists and understand the deeper meaning of their work.
I enjoyed meeting new people, looking at art and listening to talks with artists.
Enjoyed meeting new people, learning about new photographers and artists and expanding my view on art.