All Right? Campaigns and Projects: Local Colour

This collection contains images created for 'Local Colour'.

Local Colour was an All Right? project created in collaboration with local photographer Neil MacBeth and supported by Phantom Billstickers Ltd. MacBeth provided professional black-and-white portraits of local people along with quotations of them reflecting on their current experiences living in post-quake Canterbury. The purpose was to encourage people to reflect on their experience and difficulties, and a phone number for the Canterbury Support Line mental health helpline was provided on the Local Colour webpage.

For more information and to view the full collection of images, visit http://www.allright.org.nz/our-projects/local-colour/

Last updated
10:00am 15th November 2017
Type
Collection
Identifier
qsr-collection:21723

Contains 7 items


All Right? Campaigns and Projects: 'Local Colour' - Carlo
All Right? Campaigns and Projects: 'Local Colour' - Carlo
A web image of a poster from 'Local Colour'. The image features Carlo and reads, "Christchurch still has a strong sense of home. It's about the people not the place". 'Local Colour' was a campaign by All Right? in collaboration with photographer Neil Macbeth, which aimed to raise emotional literacy in Christchurch.
All Right? Campaigns and Projects: 'Local Colour' - Colleen
All Right? Campaigns and Projects: 'Local Colour' - Colleen
A web image of a poster from 'Local Colour'. The image features Colleen and reads, "You don't realise how much your environment affects your mental wellbeing until it all goes to custard." 'Local Colour' was a campaign by All Right? in collaboration with photographer Neil Macbeth, which aimed to raise emotional literacy in Christchurch. The image was used as a profile picture on the All Right? Facebook page on 24 November 2014 at 3:34pm.
All Right? Campaigns and Projects: 'Local Colour' - George
All Right? Campaigns and Projects: 'Local Colour' - George
A web image of a poster from 'Local Colour'. The image features George and reads, "I thought I wasn't affected by the quakes. But then one day I just ended up breaking down. All good now though." 'Local Colour' was a campaign by All Right? in collaboration with photographer Neil Macbeth, which aimed to raise emotional literacy in Christchurch. The image was used as a profile picture on the All Right? Facebook page on 27 August 2014 at 10:27pm.
All Right? Campaigns and Projects: 'Local Colour' - Kent, Sarah and Sophie
All Right? Campaigns and Projects: 'Local Colour' - Kent, Sarah and Sophie
A web image of a poster from 'Local Colour'. The image features Kent, Sarah and Sophie, and reads, "I'm taking the girls for a scoot because they'd forgotten what the city looked like." 'Local Colour' was a campaign by All Right? in collaboration with photographer Neil Macbeth, which aimed to raise emotional literacy in Christchurch.
All Right? Campaigns and Projects: 'Local Colour' - Wiremu
All Right? Campaigns and Projects: 'Local Colour' - Wiremu
A web image of a poster from 'Local Colour'. The image features Wiremu and reads, "It's up to me now. It's one step forward and heaps of steps back but I'll get there." 'Local Colour' was a campaign by All Right? in collaboration with photographer Neil Macbeth, which aimed to raise emotional literacy in Christchurch.
All Right? Campaigns and Projects: 'Local Colour' - Andy
All Right? Campaigns and Projects: 'Local Colour' - Andy
A web image of a poster from 'Local Colour'. The image features Andy and reads, "It's been more than three years and I'm still shell-shocked." 'Local Colour' was a campaign by All Right? in collaboration with photographer Neil Macbeth, which aimed to raise emotional literacy in Christchurch.
All Right? Campaigns and Projects: 'Local Colour' - Rita
All Right? Campaigns and Projects: 'Local Colour' - Rita
A web image of a poster from 'Local Colour'. The image features Rita and reads, "It's a rollercoaster, isn't it? An emotional rollercoaster." 'Local Colour' was a campaign by All Right? in collaboration with photographer Neil Macbeth, which aimed to raise emotional literacy in Christchurch.