LGBTQ History Month

‘Our Collective Voice’ A Photovoice exhibition by LamQ+

1 – 28 February 2022
11am-8pm Mon/Tues/Thursday, 11am-6pm Wed/Friday, 9am-5pm Saturday
Launch event with Kieran Ferdinand, Lambeth Head of Policy, Equality and
Participation: Tuesday8 February, 6-8pm
Group Discussion & Q&A: Tuesday 22 February, 6-8pm
Brixton Library, Brixton Oval SW1J1JQ
020 7926 1058
@lambeth_libraries @brixtonlibrary
www.lambeth.gov.uk
FB: Lambeth Libraries Gallery
IG: South Sites @Gallery_Lamlibs

‘Our Collective Voice’ Photovoice exhibition specifically represents the Covid-19 lockdown experiences of Black, Asian and/or other minoritized LGBTQI+ communities through photographs.
The exhibition is part of the wider research project LamQ+, funded by London Metropolitan University’s Transformation Fund, and developed in collaboration with Lambeth Council and an advisory group of local LGBTQI+ organizations, which looked at the experiences of lockdown of LGBTQI+ communities in Lambeth.
Our Collective Voice is the original work of 11 Photovoice Co-Researchers from Lambeth and other boroughs, designed to develop new understandings of the experiences and needs of under-represented communities in previous studies, allowing complex, transformational counter stories to emerge, be honoured and to ensure greater diversity within the research project.
“What I really enjoyed was photographing with a few other people because there was safety there. There was creative energy as we were photographing in a group. But we were on the same flow and so many, thousands of stories came out from it, so, that’s what happened to me. Thank you everybody.” (Co-researcher 1, Workshop 1)


Listen to the Photovoice Podcast Series! LamQ+ Podcast: Queer POC Voices from
Lockdown: https://anchor.fm/lamq
or on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/7vdgSJbWiClROnSTolFOCc