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As part of the VEM Network’s ‘Imaging Harassment’ project we are hosting a series of workshops using arts to understand sexual harassment in student life and beyond.

We are hosting a Photovoice workshop, and we want you to get involved and make your voices heard. The workshop will involve discussion of what sexual harassment is to different people, what safe and unsafe spaces are, and how we want to go about changing those.

Photovoice is a research method that uses photography to highlight factors that might otherwise go unseen. We will use this to capture safe and unspace spaces on campus.

Everyone is welcome, whatever your programme of study, gender identity, sexuality, and abilities

This workshop will take place on the 26 March, 5-7pm – Bush House SE 6.02.

All participants will receive a £25 voucher for their time & contribution. Refreshments will be provided.

Get involved

The workshop will take place on Tuesday 26th March, 5pm-7pm in 6.02 (SE) (Bush House). Refreshments will be provided. Please note, only King's students are able to participate.

Contact us

For more information, contact us:

To find out more about Visual and Embodied Methodologies and the VEM Network - Visit our website, or follow us on X/Twitter: @vem_kcl


At this event

Jelke Boesten

Vice Dean (Research), interim, SSPP

Phoebe Martin

Research Associate

Event details

2.10 (South East Wing), Bush House
Bush House South East Wing
Strand, London WC2R 1AE