TPG Activities i TPG Activities We've commissioned artists and educators to create downloadable photography-based activities to do at home. Share your results. #TPGActivity TPG Activity: What is home? For this activity, photographer Ryan Prince offers an idea for creating photographs that are inspired by Johny Pitt's Home is Not a Place exhibition TPG Activity: Inspired Self-Portraits For this activity, you’re encouraged to think about who you find inspiring and why. Using your imagination and things around you, re-create an image of them. This activity is devised TPG Activity: Colours of the Street This activity, created by Anna Foxabbott, invites you to interact with your outdoor environment in a new way through creating a colour restrictive photo collage. TPG Activity: Fantastical Framing This activity created by Yazid Rowe-Habbari invites you to create a series of photographs that frame the reality of street photography in unique and imaginative ways. TPG Activity: Dystopian Portraits This activity, created by RAKE Collective, invites you to imagine yourself as a futuristic street photographer. TPG Activity: Moving Encounters This activity, devised by photographer Ronya Galka, invites you to reflect on the work of photographer Helen Levitt. TPG Activity: Still Life & Filters This activity, devised by artist Jeanne Blissett Robertson, invites you to create and share a series of still life photos made with filters using household ingredients and objects. TPG Activity: Photographic Distortion This activity invites you to use everyday recyclable and household objects to create and share a series of distorted photographic portraits. TPG Activity: Everyday Actions and Interactions This activity, created by artist Marysa Dowling, invites you to take a series of photographs exploring everyday actions and interactions with hands. TPG Activity: Shoot Like Svoboda In this activity, you will take a series of photographs that encourage you to look closely at the objects and surfaces directly around you. TPG Activity: Curating Patterns Patterns are everywhere – on the floor, on the walls, on our clothing and even in artworks. For this activity, you’re invited to locate and document different patterns around you.