Work-Show-Grow is a new collaborative training structure, based in London for emerging photographers. Directed by the British visual artist Natasha Caruana, W-S-G offers four workshop sessions throughout the year with an aim to stimulate creativity and manage the design of photo projects. Each session is organised around a set theme (e.g. the recent collection The Old Police Cells Museum in Brighton). Selected for their experience and personality, a group of experts – artists, curators, scholars – support a limited group of photographers and share their skills and feedback.

Each session is divided into three parts: a training period, a production phase, and then the realisation of the project with a group exhibition. W-S-G’s philosophy rests on the conviction that progress in one’s creative work is not necessarily a solitary process in a competitive world. Quite the contrary. This new learning approach focuses on sharing and collective work.