Teen Art Photography Project

Welcome to the 2024 Teen Art Photography Project (TAPP)!

Come and join us for a fun and inspiring photography workshop where you will develop skills, be inspired and have fun with film and digital photography. This teen photography workshop will be facilitated by photographers Aishah Kenton and Sean Davey.

This project will encourage hands-on photography practice in a safe and supportive environment where you will explore your creativity. You will learn from contemporary artists, discover new techniques, and create your own artwork during the 2-hour weekly sessions.

TAPP will be participant-led and encourage play-based creativity and photography skill-building. As you learn to express yourself through photography, you will also be part of a friendly group that supports each other's experiences.

TAPP will introduce you to visual storytelling through photography and help to develop your artistic voice using the surroundings of St Kilda. You'll embark on a journey of self-discovery, connection, and personal growth by dedicating just two hours a week to creative expression.

Get ready to unlock your artistic potential, share your unique stories, and embrace the transformative power of art. TAPP is your platform to express yourself, develop new skills, and cultivate lasting friendships. Together, let's create a vibrant community where creativity thrives, and individual voices shine. 

Join us on this incredible journey of self-expression and empowerment through photography.

Analogue PHOTOGRAPHY Project

This is an 8-week long program:
Every Wednesday 4:30 > 6:30 PM
1 May > 19 June 2024
FREE, Booking Essential

Digital PHOTOGRAPHY Project

This is an 8-week long program:
Every Wednesday 4:30 > 6:30 PM
24 July > 11 September 2024
FREE, Booking Essential

(Nur) Aishah Kenton + Sean Davey

Aishah Kenton & Sean Davey are photographers, curators and educators whose shared practices stem from long-held interests in documentary and observational photography.

Kenton/Davey are principally concerned with contemporary daily life and the intersection of personal and social issues. The pair have exhibited in, and curated numerous photographic exhibitions across Australia, with their work held in state and national collections.

With a passion for community engagement and process, Kenton/Davey explore photography as tool for discovery and connection, self-expression and record.

In 2021 Aishah Kenton and Sean Davey founded Pacific Centre for Photographic Arts, a non-profit photography education organisation that facilitates creative experiences within communities.

Selected works by both photographers are available through Open Editions. Co.

+ Visit Kenton/Davey's Website

This program is generously supported by City of Port Phillip through the Youth Access Grants Program.