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Livingstone’s Living Legacy: Football and the Three Cs kicks off at Hampden

Lord Provost of Glasgow opens photography exhibition Commonwealth Games 2014 sporting legacy at Hampden Park continues with football for social change in Scotland and Africa Guests from DFID, The Scotland Malawi Partnership, Street Soccer Scotland, Blantyre Vic FC, STV Glasgow, the Big … Continue reading

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Celebrate Award received for photography exhibition at Hampden

      In the latest Celebrate Awards announced today, Camera Voices is delighted to receive funding to hold Livingstone’s Living Legacy: Football and the Three Cs Photography Exhibition at Hampden Park, Scotland’s National Stadium, Glasgow, in the premises of the … Continue reading

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Livingstone’s Africa Art and Photography Exhibition

Take a look at the Livingstone’s Africa Exhibition page for more information.

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Dr David Livingstone’s Bi-centenary 2013

It is hugely exciting that my article on the Missionary explorer, Dr David Livingstone was the cover story for Scotland on Sunday’s Spectrum magazine this week.  You can read it here: Malawi SOS Spectrum feature My travel to Malawi, with a … Continue reading

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Olympics 2012

This Kenyan video, shot in Nairobi, shows the wonderful creativity and vibrancy that I associate with Africa.  The sentiments expressed ring true to every nation participating in the Olympic Games. Olympic Heritage Kenya, along with other African nations, has long … Continue reading

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Coral: Rekindling Venus

Today marks the transit of Venus in front of the sun – it’s an unique occurrence which will not take place again until 2117.  The Australian artist, Lynette Wallworth, has created this amazing film for planetariums.  She likens the experience … Continue reading

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