Redeye's 2019 Annual General Meeting takes place on 24th September 2019 at Centre for Chinese Contemporary Art, Thomas Street, Manchester M4 1EU, from 18:30 to 20:30.
The AGM is where Redeye reflects on the past year as well as making key decisions for the future.
News and Opportunities
The Photographers' Gallery is looking to award three £1000 commissions for the Gallery Media Wall that interrogate and bring new meaning to image datasets. Data/Set/Match is a series of events, workshops and artists’ commissions which explore the significance of scientific image datasets.
The RPS is calling for entries for the first Science Photographer of the Year competition. They are looking for eye-catching images that show science being done, show how photography helps science, or how science impacts our daily lives. The selected images will be exhibited at the iconic Science Museum in London.
The Imperial War Museum North presents Yemen: Inside a Crisis. A free exhibition of photographs and objects from the conflict in Yemen. Key exhibits will include harrowing images captured by Yemeni photographers, worn Yemeni Rial notes, charity food vouchers, medical equipment used to treat malnutrition and cholera and dog-eared school books.
The National Coal Mining Museum presents Ian Beesley's Grafters: Industrial Society in image and word, an exhibition exploring scenes of industrial life in 19th, 20th and 21st century Britain.
Photographer Stephanie Wynne and a women's group from Wirral Change (a BME outreach centre) have collaborated to create ‘Transformative Moments’. The women came together to mark and celebrate the critical point in history when some British women achieved the vote. To mirror that pivotal national moment on 21st November 1918. The women have collaborated photographically along with concepts and ideas to illustrate life altering events or decisions for change. The exhibition will be shown at the Williamson Gallery and Museum, Birkenhead from the 15th June to 26th July 2019.
The National Portrait Gallery presents Cindy Sherman’s first UK retrospective exhibition from 27th June – 15th September 2019. The show will consist of around 150 images, including work never presented in a public gallery. In the age of social media, Cindy Sherman’s work is as relevant as ever with her thorough critical analysis of modern culture and reality.
MIF19 World Premiere: This installation reflects on the half-forgotten history of Ibrahim Mahama’s home country of Ghana, whose journey from British colony to independent nation was completed barely 60 years ago.
Professional photographers Colin McPherson and Adam Lee will guide you through two days looking into ways to ‘re-set’ your practice and how to develop the idea of shooting a photographic essay, story or narrative. These short courses are aimed at people who love photography and want to take their practice to a new level. Your teachers will help you explore what makes a great photograph and how to take one. Enjoy a stimulating and rewarding visit to one of Scotland’s hidden treasures, Easdale island.