How to tell your story using your photography skills: Get involved in STIRE workshops

30 August 2019Get involved, Migration

Within the framework of the STIRE project, the first in a series of photography workshops inspired by the common theme “Changing the narrative about migration through self-representation” recently concluded. The event was an opportunity for young people with a migratory background to confront through artistic experimentation, allowing for an actual narration of their personal and social reality based on the application of basic photographic techniques.

If you are passionate about photography and art in general, and you want to learn how to use a camera through the guidance of experienced trainers and facilitators, sign up for the 2° workshop that will start on Wednesday, September 18, 2019 from 15:00 to 18:00 in Palermo at CESIE’s headquarter in Via Roma 94.

Shoots taken will be selected by participants themselves and displayed in an exhibition to be held in a city venue.

The workshop will be held in Italian and is open to those who live in the province of Palermo. Participation is free but places are limited!

To register, fill out the online form by 13th of September.

STIRE workshops

  • September 18, 19, 23, 24, 26 2019, from 15:00 to 18:00 – CESIE, via Roma 94, Palermo;
  • September 20 2019, from 15:00 to 18:00 – Ideas box at Cantieri culturali alla Zisa, via Paolo Gili 4, Palermo.

About the project

STIRE – STIRE – Supporting The Integration of the Resettled is co-financed by the Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund (AMIF) – Integration of third-country nationals – and jointly carried out by seven partners from Austria, Romania, Ireland, Croatia, Slovenia and Italy, with the aim to foster the inclusion of refugees and migrants by giving them a voice and promote cooperation with local communities.


The project holds together 7 organisations:

For further information

Read more about STIRE.


Contact Daria La Barbera,

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