Cultural awareness and expression



Personal, Social and Learning


The following guide will help you to write a text for a photography opening. To begin, what is required is an introduction explaining what the objective of this photography opening is and why the visitors should participate and stay in this photography opening. This will be the equivalent of a start page to the photography opening. We then need to share information on the topic of the photography opening we are looking at. Some questions can be asked in the text, with answers that could be found in the photography opening. It can be an explanation from the photographer written near photography, information that can be found when you have a clear looking at a specific photography, etc.

The give more detailed information about the photography themselves, explain what they represent and why they are significant to the photography opening.

Task @Karolina Grabowska from Pexe @Karolina Grabowska from Pexe

You have to pick up one photograph and write a story about it, about how this picture makes you feel and what it represents. In the 'Task' document attached in the resources section there are some simple guidance on the task which you should follow.


In order to complete the tasks you need to take tips into consideration the 'Process' document attached in the resources section which provides some clear tips on writing texts. Some attached links to websites/videos are worth reading to get a better understanding of effecting writing.

By completing the tasks you will learn more about the principles of writing effective, such as achieving a clear and consistent tone, as well as the importance of the scripting process and balancing good text with good design.



Learners will be able to tell a story by writing great texts. A great photograph opening takes its reader on a revelatory journey, reframing perceptions along the way and provoking a lasting reaction.


Learning Objectives

  • Participants should be able to learn to analyse a photograph and use their critical thinking and interpretation or even art knowledge explore and extend their own writing.

Knowledge Acquired

  • After having followed the training material and example exercises, the participants/trainees should have acquired working knowledge on how to write factually and clearly.

Skills Acquired

  • Participants will develop skills in writing which could be both creative and factual. Participants will develop skills to: Clearly write texts accurately so that others can understand.

Competences Acquired

  • The participants will be able to reflect on their own ability to capture things in writing both accurately and clearly.