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Our Mission

Our mission is to help individuals and organizations worldwide use photovoice safely, ethically, and successfully, and create a global community for photovoice peer-to-peer support and continuing education.

What We Do

Our team facilitates online trainings and professional development; creates community for photovoice continuing education; consults with photovoice projects, organizations, and individuals worldwide; and implements photovoice projects.

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June 1

ABSTRACT SUBMISSIONS:
30 Years of Photovoice: Past, Present, Future: A virtual Conference

Submissions open June 1st and close July 15th. Submit your abstract via Google Forms, shown below. On the form, you will be asked to note your name and email address, list your co-authors (if any), indicate your track of interest and preferred type of presentation (oral or poster), and provide an abstract of 500 words or less. We will confirm by email that we have received your abstract. Notifications of acceptance will be sent August 8th. Please note that presenters must register for the conference.

June 9

TALKING WITH PICTURES: PHOTOVOICE:

This online professional development course provides content, resources, and practice to adapt photovoice to your research, teaching, program, and clinical needs. It meets for 5 online sessions, 2 hours each.

June 15

REGISTRATION OPENS:
30 Years of Photovoice: Past, Present, Future: A virtual Conference

It has been 30 years since Caroline Wang and Mary Ann Burris carried out the first photovoice project in 1992. We are honoring this milestone with a first-ever online photovoice conference: “30 Years of Photovoice: Past, Present, and Future.” Conference dates are October 20-22, 2022. Early bird registration opens June 15th.

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Our monthly newsletter shares information on our activities and people, with links to further information online.

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Have questions? Contact us to learn more about our trainings, consulting, or upcoming offerings. Our team is here to brainstorm and support your photovoice and arts-based projects.

 

It has been 30 years since Caroline Wang and Mary Ann Burris carried out the first photovoice project in 1992. We are honoring this milestone with a first-ever online photovoice conference: “30 Years of Photovoice: Past, Present, and Future.” Conference dates are October 20-22, 2022.

“30 Years of Photovoice” aims to bring together practitioners, scholars, and students at all levels to share their experiences with this participatory visual method for mutual learning and positive change.

Learn more about the conference at our website

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To enroll please fill in the form with your name, email and chosen course dates. Then click on Pay Now to pay via PayPal.

If you would like to learn more before enrolling, contact us at info@pvww.org 

Register for the course!

To enroll please fill in the form with your name, email and chosen course dates. Then click on Pay Now to pay via PayPal.

If you would like to learn more before enrolling, contact us at info@pvww.org 

Register for the course!

To enroll please fill in the form with your name, email and chosen course dates. Then click on Pay Now to pay via PayPal.

If you would like to learn more before enrolling, contact us at info@pvww.org 

Register for the course!

To enroll please fill in the form with your name, email and chosen course dates. Then click on Pay Now to pay via PayPal.

If you would like to learn more before enrolling, contact us at info@pvww.org 

Register for the course!

To enroll please fill in the form with your name, email and chosen course dates. Then click on Pay Now to pay via PayPal.

If you would like to learn more before enrolling, contact us at info@pvww.org