New research by Kelly Bryan explores the difficulties facing young people seeking to work in the arts and creative industries.
Lightbox Online is a six-month programme of talks, workshops and group critiques fostering a community of practice that will allow you to grow. There will be a focus on the skills required to sustain a career, from developing and managing standout projects, via marketing, fundraising and evaluation to collaborative working and ethical practice.
News and Opportunities
Lancashire Photography Festival is seeking people to take part in a photography project. The project will see participants produce a short photo story, developed through online workshops; the work will be exhibited outdoors in Preston as part of Lancashire Photography Festival 2021. The festival is provisionally planned for Spring 2021. Deadline to apply is end of Jan 2021.
Redeye is seeking to recruit a new Chair for its board of directors when our current Chair Howard Hopwood steps down in spring 2021.
In the late 1980s and 90s Sheffield reached a pivotal moment in its history, one which saw it begin a journey of regeneration and transformation into the city we know today. The first steps on that journey were documented by a group of gifted photographers whose work reflected both the hope and hard realities of the time. Today, as major developments in the city see its landscape continuing to evolve, a new exhibition at Weston Park Museum re-presents those original photographs to chronicle a significant turning point for Sheffield and its people.
A new outdoor photography festival being held in Preston will showcase the work of two of the world's leading documentary photographers.
Lancashire Photography Festival, created by photographer Garry Cook, will display projects by renowned photographers John Davies and Peter Dench on the streets of Preston.
This Engagement talk features Photographer, John Walmsley.
John Walmsley has worked as a freelance documentary photographer since leaving Art School in 1968. His final year project on A.S. Neill and his democratic school, Summerhill, was published by Penguin Books in 1969. He’s the author or joint author of 15 books and his work has been published in 1,000+ books worldwide. His work is also held at the National Portrait Gallery, the National Art Library at the V&A, the V&A Museum of Childhood, the Tate Britain Library and la Bibliothèque Nationale de France.