Off-camera Flash with Phil Melia
Commercial and industrial photographer Phil Melia welcomes you into his world of off-camera flash photography for a demonstration and tour around award-winning Saddleworth Studios.
Storytelling in Sport
Photographer and Redeye member Lisa Patricia invites you into her world of wrestling photography as she hosts an evening that looks at the story of two niche sports told from behind the lens. Speaking alongside Lisa will be Manchester-based professional photographer Richard Goulding who will present his project ‘Because of Judo’.
News and Opportunities
Naked State is a 10-day residency in Canada which involves creating artworks that explore the nude human body in context of nature, culture and art.
Celebrating its 14th year, the International Photography Award 2018, is now open for entries.
Nothing compared to photography when it came to capturing the Industrial Revolution. As Britain’s society changed, techniques in photography developed, enabling workers to capture their own lives for the first time.
Photographer, screenwriter, filmmaker Sooni Taraporevala will present a series of black and white photographs depicting life in Bombay/Mumbai from 1976 to the present day.
Exclusive to Paisley Museum and its Scottish premiere, Dougie Wallace’s latest body of work, Harrodsburg, continues to push the boundaries of the social documentary genre, turning his attention to the consequences of the rising economic and political power of the ‘one percent’
Platform invite you to Paint it Red, a contemporary portrait of Easterhouse by Glasgow-based artist, Colin James Tennant.
States of America focuses on a generation of photographers that experimented with innovative approaches to documentary photography.
HIP Photography Festival is an annual event that celebrates physical art form and recognises the cultural importance photography holds.
The Victoria & Albert Museum present a new 6-week evening course covering an overview of the history of the medium of photography, encompassing works by a broad array of historical and contemporary practitioners.
Responding to a Landscape will explore, debate and review the evolving relationship between artists and photographers and the landscape. Hear from a number of perspectives, from acclaimed practitioners for which landscape is a recurring subject, a social and environmental concern, a research and archive practice and an essential departure. What does landscape and our natural world look like and mean to photographers and artists today?
Join renowned architectural photographer and trainer Martine Hamilton Knight for a day learning about the benefits of using good photography to promote your work and practice.