Of All People

Photo Credit: Caroline Gervay

A Phakama Storytelling Project

  • Have you got a story to tell?
  • Are you interested in hearing the stories of others?
  • Do you enjoy photography and performance?

 Of All People is a storytelling project about joining in, telling stories, building relationships and growing communities.

Through creative workshops participants documented each others’ stories in photographs, and curated an extraordinary multimedia exhibition dedicated to individuals, others, and the creative power of relationships.

The project is led by two experienced Phakama Associate Artists.

Kate Beales is a storyteller, theatre director and participatory arts practitioner.
Caroline Gervay is a photographer who specialises in working with analogue techniques including pinhole photography.

On the 5th of November Kate and Caro led a one-day mini Of All People workshop. The project is open to anyone local to Mile End. During the day a diverse group of participants of all ages will share their stories, explore common threads and seek out unlikely connections.

The project is running in partnership with Mile End Community Project.
If you want to take part in the project contact Nurull at hello@mileendcommunityproject.org or call 020 8983 7688