On Sunday July 28 we gathered to celebrate and learn more about Brian L. Frank’s first solo exhibition There & Here: Stories of Displacement & Migration at Manny’s.
Come work with us! CatchLight is looking for a dynamic and talented creative producer to support our work by creating video content and helping manage our social media platforms.
CatchLight Local partners with Bay City News Foundation to support a visual storyteller in the Bay Area pilot program. Apply Now.
CatchLight Local is teaming up with CALMatters to work with a visual storytelling Fellow on The California Divide — a statewide media collaboration that will produce comprehensive reporting on the topics of poverty and income inequality and create a new model for coordinating coverage of major state issues by state news organizations.
CatchLight Fellows Round Up June 2019: Alexandra Bell’s debut at the Whitney Biennial, Aida Muluneh featured in the Atlantic and upcoming exhibitions with Sarah Blesener and Tomas van Houtryve.
CatchLight, in partnership with The GroundTruth Project and with the support of the Kresge Foundation, is pleased to announce CatchLight Local, a new visual storytelling initiative working to engage visual journalism at the local level.
Thank you to everyone who came out to the CatchLight Visual Storytelling Summit at McEvoy Foundation for the Arts. We are so grateful for the outpouring of support from all of you who turned out to make this such a successful and inspiring day celebrating the power of visual storytelling.
CatchLight announces today their 2019 Fellows: Pierre Terdjman, Tasneem Alsultan, Alexandra Bell, and Sparsh Ahuja. The CatchLight Fellowship provides four visionaries in the field $30,000 grants to realize a long-form storytelling project or to continue their work as leaders committed to advancing and growing the field of visual storytelling.
On February 12, 2019, CatchLight proudly presented Visions of Justice, a groundbreaking new exhibition at the San Francisco District Attorney’s Office. The opening reception drew one of the largest event turnouts in the space to date. Beyond the exhibition, the event celebrated the transformational journeys of the photographers from incarceration to having their images presented at the Hall of Justice, as well as featured in national media outlets.