A new project exploring self-image through photography and poetry will be showcased towards the end of this year – culminating in an exhibition at London’s Hospital Club from September 14th to 16th.
We’re over the moon. The PEEL Project won two Gold Awards for Best use of Photography and Best Publication at THE DRUM – CREAM AWARDS. By the end of the evening it had also won the overall coveted Grand Prix Award for Best In Show.
We were delighted to welcome YMCA to The Hospital Club for a PEEL workshop on Saturday 16th September. An inspiring, creative and thought provoking day was had by all who took part and there was some fantastic output from the session
PEEL is nominated at The Cream Awards and shortlisted in three categories:
Best Use of Photography – PEEL
Identity design – PEEL
Publications – PEEL
The winners will be announced on 22nd November where we hope to take the stage…
The Right Reverend Rachel Treweek discusses the PEEL project in the House of Lords…
On Saturday 7th October, Formal House opened its doors to welcome eager members of the public for this year’s Cheltenham Literature Festival’s LitCrawl.
Not every day you bump into one of your all time heroes. Popped into Magma book shop to pick up my signed copy of Alec Soths’ famous book ‘Sleeping by the Mississippi’, only to find out that the man himself was there and had also pick up a copy, earlier, of our PEEL book. Over the moon is an understatement.
PEEL exhibition at The Hospital Club gallery
This 12 minute film documentary about PEEL introduces the project with background story and the workshops, interviews and output from the students.
The one and only Dave Stewart popping in to give his support to project PEEL exhibition and speaking to one of our PEEL students – Prudence Bond, listening to her poem and story and the photo she took 4 years ago at the first PEEL workshop. #superstar #eurythmics #legend
Limited to only 1500 copies, cloth bound, foil blocked and printed on high quality craft paper, the PEEL book features 30 plates of colour images taken by ‘PEEL’ students.
Just finished the last PEEL workshop with 11-18 year olds exploring self identity. We had 19 of them in for the week doing poetry and photography and they all got on with it and worked really hard. They’ve all taken great shots too.
Nimbus is a photography-training programme created by Marksteen that teaches Corporate employees how to capture and express their organisation’s brand through photography.
THE STATIONS packs will have arrived on the desks of 30 key Conservative Party MPs this morning, just in time for the vote this afternoon on the amendment to the bill to bring in 3000 unaccompanied minors from camps in Europe.
The Hospital Club on London’s Endell Street will play host to Marksteen Adamson’s Behold the Man exhibition. Behold the Man is an exploration of homelessness and addiction. It’s about giving too. About how we choose to give, and what we give.
The Stations project has won three awards and the Stations direct mail pack has won Best in Show at the US based Mobius International Awards.
The Stations pack has received a nomination for a Roses Award in the Direct Mail category.
The pack was sent out to MPs and Lords in April 2016 as part of the lobbying campaign to overturn Parliament’s ruling on the Dubs Amendment which blocked unaccompanied minors from coming to the UK.