From 13 to 15 May at Imperial College London, main reception South Kensington

Come along for an inspiring journey at the "SeeingHappy @ Imperial Photography Exhibition". This unique event, born from a collaboration between and Imperial College London, showcases happiness from around the globe. SeeingHappy, a non-profit platform founded amidst the pandemic, champions the idea that everyday photography can be a beacon of creativity and resilience, offering new perspectives on the simple joys of life. 

As part of the UK’s Mental Health Awareness Week, with this year's theme focusing on "Movement: Moving more for our mental health", this exhibition is a celebration of people grabbing their camera and heading out into the world to capture shared human experiences and emotions. It's an opportunity to connect with stories of joy, resilience, and humanity from different cultures and backgrounds, reminding us of the power of community and the arts in enhancing our mental wellbeing.

Moreover, the event will display photos from a community photography competition for Imperial.
In Motion: Imperial with ‘SeeingHappy’ Photography Challenge asks the Imperial community to use photography to share their vision for a future filled with unity, creativity, and positivity. 

Don't miss this exciting chance to consider how your camera can be a tool for spreading happiness and human connection!