Redeye Academy: Introduction to Light Painting
Rescheduled from earlier in the year, join creative light painters Jérémy Palisse and Tim Gamble as they take you to a special location in the Peak District to learn how to create dazzling light-painted images outdoors in this special Redeye Academy workshop.
Join creative light painters Jérémy Palisse and Tim Gamble as they take you to a special location in the Peak District to learn how to create dazzling light-painted images outdoors in this special Redeye Academy workshop.
News and Opportunities
Seeking artists to develop new works exploring ideas of nothingness for a group exhibition at Bankley Studios and Gallery, opening 3rd August 2018.
Redeye is a small organisation with ambitious plans. We are widely recognised as one of the UK’s leading networks in photography. Still, plenty of people tell us they wish they had known about us earlier - are you the person to help us connect with them?
Mike Perry's Exhibition 'Land/Sea' engages with significant and pressing environmental issues, in particular the tension between human activity and interventions in the natural environment, and the fragility of the planet's ecosystems.
As part of Liverpool 2018’s China Dream season, Snapshot to WeChat: A Migration of Identity presents three projects examining the role of photography today, casting some light on life in a rapidly transforming global culture.
This spring, one of Manchester’s landmark buildings hosts Hit the North, a major group art exhibition.
Shouldn't Throw Stones - The View of a Night Watchman, is the culmination of a two year project undertaken by artist Kevin Casey. Part documentary photography, part archival re-presentation and park making ends meet, as Casey's 'night job' as an on-site security guard at the former Pilkington Glass Headquarters became his 'day job' as an artist, the work presented tells the story of an uncertain future, tense present and captivating past.
A collaboration between Liverpool based photographic artist Tony Mallon & The Salvation Army International Heritage Centre.
Hosted and led by photographers Colin McPherson and Adam Lee, these residential courses on Easdale Island are aimed at people who love photography and want to take their practice to a new level.