Fourth Year is a series of informal support sessions for recent graduates and people about to graduate from photography courses to gain support for their practice.
News and Opportunities
Wellcome invites photographers and other image makers from all disciplines to enter the Wellcome Photography Prize, which celebrates compelling imagery that captures stories of health, medicine and science.
The Royal Academy of Arts, Tate and Field Editions are delighted to launch NFP Editions at EXPO CHICAGO, 27–30 September 2018. A new collaboration, NFP Editions will represent the best in accessibly-priced, contemporary, limited edition prints from leading London and UK-based public institutions, bringing them to an international audience.
An exhibition of new work by contemporary photo-based artists made in exchange residencies between Street Level Photoworks and VU Photography Centre in Quebec City. Working around themes of heritage and migration, the two artists from Quebec and their counterparts in Scotland have developed new work in response to their stay in each respective city and the dialogue that emerged both during and after their residencies.
A new collection of contemporary landscape photography opens at Argentea Gallery on 2 November. Out of the Woods of Thought is a fascinating exploration of the natural world through a series of highly atmospheric works by some of the UK’s most exciting landscape photographers.
A new exhibition portraying the skills and satisfaction of manual occupations is coming to The Treasure House, Beverley, on Saturday 10 November. The creation of photographer Peter Barker, ‘Working Hands’ is a series of photographs which show how hand and mind are linked in skilled work, from bookbinding to sheepshearing, from hat making to dog grooming. The photographs suggest a connection between inner and outer worlds, between body and mind, and between thinking and doing.
The Bravest Little Street in England is a solo exhibition by Altrincham artist Carole Evans. It features two new bodies of work which memorialize the brave men from Chapel Street, who failed to return home after the First World War 100 years ago. Chapel Street received the accolade of “the bravest little street in England” after the town was awarded a Roll of Honour by King George V in 1919.
Birmingham New Street is to host a unique art installation which celebrates 100 years since women were first allowed to vote.