This Can Change - Photography call out

Could your photography inspire others? 

This November, global leaders meet in Glasgow for the COP26 summit. Young people all over the world are leading the way in calling for urgent action.

But what about your community? What needs to change?

Photograph the Bristol you see in response to the theme 'This can change' and be part of an exhibition to help inspire action for a more sustainable future. 

Shortlisted entries will be displayed in The Box gallery at We The Curious from November to January. 

10 shortlisted photographers will also receive a year's family membership to We The Curious. 


1 Sep - 15 Nov

Who for

Ages 11 to 18

Closing date

15 Nov 2021 

**This call out has now closed **

How to take part 

If you are aged 11 to 18 and attend a Bristol school or college, we'd love to hear from you. 

Photograph the Bristol you see in response to the theme ‘This can change’.

You don't need a fancy camera. The photo just has to be taken in 2021 and not feature any identifiable people.

Simply ask your parent or guardian to upload your images at the link below by 15 November 2021. We will be in touch if you photo is shortlisted. 

Shortlisted entries will also be displayed at venues operated by our partner, Life With Art



For teachers 

We want to get as many Bristol secondary school students as possible involved in this project.

You can download a flyer about the call-out below.

If you'd like more information, please email the team at

Our thanks

This project is kindly supported by LifewithArt. 

LifewithArt support a range of associations from national charities to local community groups. Their workshops help hundreds of clients across the UK each year – teaching art skills and providing opportunities to be creative and socialise. Visitors to LifewithArt national Charity Arts Centres can enjoy thought provoking photographic exhibitions highlighting the work and activities of associated charities. 



Image credit: Earth, Evans & Sutherland Digistar 6 

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