This collection is part of the Social Enterprise Collection Scotland. The collection includes Open Aye's social enterprise photographs and marketing materials dating from 2009, when Becky Duncan was first commissioned to document Scottish social enterprises. The records have been arranged into 2 series:
Southside Housing Association photograph, 2018 (Item 7 of digital images provided)
Spruce Carpets photograph, 2014
TakeAway Creative photograph, 2017
The Big Issue photograph, 2013
The No. 1 Befriending Agency photograph, 2017
The ReTune Project photograph, 2017
Urban Roots photograph, 2013
Velocity photograph, 2013
Wellhouse photograph, 2012
Wild Sparks photograph, 2017
Yooz photograph, 2011
You Can Cook photograph, 2009
These images represent a selection of photos of Scottish social enterprises taken by Becky Duncan from 2009-2018. They were collated for the 'Ten years of social enterprise work' exhibition for Social Enterprise World Forum in Edinburgh on 12-14 September 2018, supported by Community Enterprise in Scotland (CEiS). The photobook was created to accompany the exhibition. Some of the photographs were commissioned directly by the featured organisation for their communications materials, others requested by social enterprise support agencies such as Firstport, Social Enterprise Scotland, Community Enterprise, Social Enterprise Networks and various funders. Six examples of these digital images have been provided at item level.
Photobook with introduction and images of the photographs of social enterprises across Scotland shown in the exhibition. The book contains all the images listed within the file. Six examples of these images have been provided at item level.
Colour photograph representing Kibble Education and Care Centre, Paisley. Kibble provides specialist services to children and young people affected by adversity or trauma. They provide residential care, secure care, fostering services, education facilities, employability schemes and outreach services within the Renfrewshire region.
Colour photograph representing Southside Housing Association, a registered social landlord providing over 2000 homes in Glasgow's southside. They aim to ensure their homes are popular and affordable, placing a strong emphasis on community engagement and participation.