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Who’s Left Behind? Part 1: Liverpool Cares and MA SEP graduate Vilija Skubute

24 November / 11AM – 12:30PM / Open Eye Gallery

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As part of our Collective Matters public programme we are running a series of events around the question of ‘Who’s Left Behind? For our first event we’ve invited recent University of Salford Socially engaged photography graduate, Vilija Skubute, along to discuss her on-going project ‘Alone’, to members of the Liverpool Cares Neighbours group. 

Project Alone, explores loneliness and social isolation in the older generation through a socially engaged collaborative photography practice with Over60s across England. The work is based on a body of images produced by the collaborators over nine months, working with eleven participants, each of whom were given disposable cameras to photograph their daily life. The project hopes to shed light on what it means to be alone in later life and on individuals’ perceptions of loneliness. Offering feedback and reflection on the work made in Alone will be Liverpool Cares Neighbours group.  The Liverpool Cares initiative brings together older and younger neighbours across the city to share time, learn, hang out and have fun. They aim to tackle loneliness and social isolation by connecting people of all ages, to help all Scousers feel a part of a rapidly changing city, rather than left behind by it. 

The discussion will be taking place in our main gallery space from 11am – 12.30pm so we welcome you along on a drop in basis on the day. If you have any questions about the event please email liz@openeye.org.uk 

Image by participant Marion, part of Alone series by Vilija Subkute, 2020-21

24 November / 11AM – 12:30PM / Open Eye Gallery

BOOK HERE

As part of our Collective Matters public programme we are running a series of events around the question of ‘Who’s Left Behind? For our first event we’ve invited recent University of Salford Socially engaged photography graduate, Vilija Skubute, along to discuss her on-going project ‘Alone’, to members of the Liverpool Cares Neighbours group. 

Project Alone, explores loneliness and social isolation in the older generation through a socially engaged collaborative photography practice with Over60s across England. The work is based on a body of images produced by the collaborators over nine months, working with eleven participants, each of whom were given disposable cameras to photograph their daily life. The project hopes to shed light on what it means to be alone in later life and on individuals’ perceptions of loneliness. Offering feedback and reflection on the work made in Alone will be Liverpool Cares Neighbours group.  The Liverpool Cares initiative brings together older and younger neighbours across the city to share time, learn, hang out and have fun. They aim to tackle loneliness and social isolation by connecting people of all ages, to help all Scousers feel a part of a rapidly changing city, rather than left behind by it. 

The discussion will be taking place in our main gallery space from 11am – 12.30pm so we welcome you along on a drop in basis on the day. If you have any questions about the event please email liz@openeye.org.uk 

Image by participant Marion, part of Alone series by Vilija Subkute, 2020-21

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