Campfire Projects
Set up your own Campfire Project to build your storyboard, design or micro-community around an idea, event, hobby or retrospective. Collaborate and share.
  • 151 Projects
Jeremy Pearce
25 March 2020, 10:14
How to get through a time when an Englishman s home has become their prison and the imminent economic collapse .Things just aint going to be as before and not for a dam site longer than a month
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Julene Siddique
16 March 2020, 15:56
Unlocking the benefits of music for health and social impact.
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Steve Thorp
15 November 2019, 15:51
A space to collect, discuss and post poems, stories and soul manifestos inspired by, through and beyond Campfire Convention!
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Becca Hall
31 October 2019, 21:56
Our current medical model is broken- it is unsustainable and being part of it is really tough. Patients struggle to be heard and healthcare workers struggle to meet escalating expectations in a poorly resourced system. Society has lost touch with its soul and we are all living more and more isolated lives. There is hope with growing numbers of medics trying to fight back against the medicalisation of life’s ups and downs. Taking responsibility for ourselves and others is key. And compassion
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Andy Scaysbrook
27 April 2019, 11:30
Our Great British Seaside photography workshop is a weekend of learning editorial photography and visual story telling in Dorset.
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Pete Lawrence
12 January 2019, 14:30
Examining the predominance of the social media corporations and the tech giants. What alternative models are worth looking at?
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Pascale Barrett
23 May 2018, 06:49
Prints and Cards from my collection of Photographs I made during my 3 years of living on a 70ft barrow boat called Drover on the Kennet & Avon so many happy memories. On sale at Towpath Trail and Girft Shop opposite Dick & Janes in Bradford on Avon if you are visiting pop in they are such a welcoming and friendly family.
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Marva Jackson Lord
18 April 2018, 21:08
I recently read about a project by Rob Moles who was interviewed for an episode of Improve Photography Podcast episode number 170 . He suggested taking photographs around your town for a photo book print project.
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