Watch the videos below and learn of topics such as how participatory visual methods engage, empower and educate, achieving fair process in clinical care, participating in a Photovoice project, and more. Visit our PhotovoiceWorldwide (PVWW) channel also here.


  Better Photos With Mind Imaging - Webinar

This video is from a Webinar recently offered by PhotovoiceWordwide with Erica Belli. Erica is an educator and photographer based in Italy. Erica studied at the Italian Institute of Photography and is currently an attending faculty member of the Psychology Department at G. Marconi University.

During this webinar, you will learn an effective technique for teaching participants how to feel more confident and focused while holding a camera—before releasing the shutter—thus enabling them to take meaningful photos for Photovoice. Erica Belli will walk you through a process called “mind imaging,” a person-centered tool to introduce at the beginning of your Photovoice projects. Participants will learn how to create mind images and use them to take better, more impactful photos from their very first roll of film. The Webinar will include a hands-on session during which you will experience for yourself the potential of mind imaging for Photovoice. The Webinar is a prelude to the two courses Erica will be facilitating this fall: Better Pictures with Photovoice I, and Better Pictures with Photovoice II: Mixed Media Communication... (see training for details

  Video (39.40 Minutes) See more by clicking (here), the title, or on the image above.
  Critical and Creative Thinking with Photovoice - Webinar

This video is from a Sold-Out Webinar recently offered by PhotovoiceWordwide - Critical and Creative Thinking with Photovoice with Erin Bush and Laura Lorenz

It provides a brief introduction to critical and creative thinking  Photovoice participants practice critical thinking when they reflect on their circumstances with new eyes, capture photos of what matters to them, share their photos with others, and communicate their thoughts and feelings through interviews, focus groups, and writing. Seeing personal circumstances with new eyes can mean understanding the structural and systemic inequalities – such as poorly resourced healthcare systems or schools – affecting our lives and communities. Creative thinking has emerged as a complement to critical thinking. Creative thinking involves developing new ideas to address the problems or support the strengths identified with Photovoice. Critical and creative thinking interact to create understanding and inform action by individual participants, groups, and organizations. The Webinar provides a brief introduction to critical and creative thinking, describes four key Photovoice steps that use these skills, shares specific strategies that facilitators and clinicians can use to strengthen critical and creative thinking skills (July 7th 2020).

  Video (45.56 Minutes) See more by clicking (here), the title, or on the image above.
  Photovoice in the Community College Classroom- Webinar

Originally a PhotovoiceWorldwide-Alumni only Webinar, we have opened this video up to the Photovoice community due to the importance of this topic.

Presenter: Tara Hightower, teaches at Massassoit Community College and Bridgewater State University in Massachusetts, in the northeastern United States. 

Tara shares her experiences and insights using Photovoice techniques with first-generation college students to encourage engagement in academic subjects and foster a sense of community in the classroom. Her work has broad application to Photovoice with under-represented and stigmatized individuals and groups. (March 2020).

  Video (59:10 Minutes) See more by clicking (here), the title, or on the image above.
  Facilitating Photovoice Remotely: Experience and Strategies

Maria Paiewonsky, EdD of the Institute for Community Inclusion and University of Massachusetts Boston reviews strategies to facilitate Photovoice from a distance through every stage, from introducing Photovoice to producing visuals, discussing and interpreting them, and educating audiences. Examples and resources are shared (April 2020).

  Video (1:17 Hour) See more by clicking (here), the title, or on the image above.

Talking with Pictures

Supportive Living Inc. Lexington, MA - Talking with Pictures. Talking with Pictures was a participatory project that looked with fresh eyes at community integration of older adults with brain injury and other neurological conditions (September 2015).

  Video (9:54 Min).  See more about this amazing project by clicking (here), the title, or on the image above.

  Using Visual and Narrative Methods to Achieve Fair Process in Clinical Care

(Journal of Visual Experiments): This video and paper illustrates an innovative visual approach (Photovoice or photo-elicitation) to achieve fair process in clinical care for patients living with chronic health conditions, illuminate gaps in clinical knowledge, forge better therapeutic relationships, and identify patient-centered goals and possibilities for healing. See a revealing open-access, peer-review video (February 2011) open access.

  Video (14:32 Min) See more by clicking (here), the title, or on the images above.
  Participatory Visual Methods in Health: Engage, Empower & Educate

This presentation is by Laura Lorenz, PhD, MEd, Co-founder & Educator at PhotovoiceWorldwide LLC, whose mission is to help individuals and organizations around the world to use Photovoice safely, ethically, and successfully. Laura describes her path to Photovoice, provides a review of participatory visual methods (Photovoice and photo interview/photo-elicitation), their processes and benefits, and ways in which they engage, empower and educate. She describes how PhotovoiceWorldwide can support you and your work by facilitating training and professional development, fostering a community of Photovoice peer-support and ongoing learning, providing consulting services, and offering Photovoice products (March 2020).

  Video (19:34 Min) See more by clicking (here), the title, or on the image above.


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