A series of informal networking sessions for recent graduates and final year students to gain support on their practice.
Loupe Magazine and Photograd are seeking a series of work from one photography graduate for a feature in the magazine.
British Journal of Photography invite submissions to the third edition of PORTRAIT OF BRITAIN, a nationwide exhibition in partnership with JCDecaux UK that shows the many faces of modern Britain.
Creativity has long been associated with vanguard ideas: art and music can give a voice to the unheard, power to the vulnerable and celebrate the human capacity for positive action, even in adversity.
The Mersey Ferries operate between Liverpool and the Wirral peninsula. Photographer Tom Wood lived in New Brighton for 25 years, and for most days throughout the 70s and 80s he crossed the river. Whilst waiting for the ferry to arrive or crossing the river, he took photographs.
Photographer Niels Ackermann and the journalist Sébastien Gobert went in search of Lenin. In the summer of 2015, they set off, traveling through Ukraine in search of crumbled stone and fragments of metal.
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.
This major new exhibition brings together recent bodies of work addressing how the natural biodiversity of landscapes and marine environments is undermined and made toxic by human neglect, agricultural mismanagement and the pursuit of short-term profit at the expense of long-term sustainability.
Of Flesh and Stone is the next exhibition in the popular HOME Projects strand, spanning across both of the venue’s Granada Foundation walls.
On the weekend of the 23rd - 25th March 2018, Disparity Collective will host three events to coincide with the opening of their latest exhibition Positions of Power in Liverpool's Tapestry Gallery.
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.