Studio_M For Change Exhibition
Following our time on location in India, our team felt a responsibility to vocalise GoodWeave’s pursuit of ending child labour and securing a child-friendly future.
On World Day Against Child Labour, we hosted a photography exhibition on change, welcoming schools and members of the public to our studio to enjoy the stories of many.
The Studio_M for Change mission is simple: to further support organisations, charities, and individuals with powerful, captivating content in order to encourage support, recognition and ultimately action.
Our free event welcomed members of the public to our studio to enjoy an evening of storytelling. During the exhibition we brought positive content to life, premiering the GoodWeave documentary ‘One Hundred and Fifty Two.
As part of our impact strategy, we invited a local school to our studio for a storytelling workshop day.
We wanted to communicate the endless possibilities of a creative career, and get them involved in understanding the importance of positive storytelling.
During their time, through the content we captured on location with Goodweave, they learnt about children rights and how they can play a role in supporting the rights of other children around the world today. We continue to work closely with schools in order to promote positive storytelling.
Studio_M for Change recognise that stories are one of the most powerful means organisations have to influence, teach, and inspire. They have the power to forge connections among people, and between people and ideas.
In order to inspire change, we must first tell inspirational stories. We are devoted to capturing powerful stories, assisting in the visual creation of stories for those who don’t have the means or resources to create and share it themselves.
We hope to deliver ethical solutions through beautiful storytelling and collaborating with sponsors to best amplify projects.
As part of our Studio M for Change initiative, we document positive change and the people who are making it happen
The exhibition itself was a huge success: the studio was buzzing with energy, warmed by bodies and fuelled by drinks. We couldn’t have hoped for a better response and interest from our amazing network, and decided to open up the exhibition again over the next few days at lunchtime, for those who couldn’t make the evening or wanted to have a quieter, closer look at the images.
Thank you so much to everyone who stepped through our door to celebrate this initiative that is now so close to our hearts. It was inspiring to see our amazing community come together in the studio which, until now, has been our personal work space, and share our message.