Environmentalist Phil Korbel explores how photographers can play their part in tackling climate change. Photo: Vidura Jang Bahadur
This event will be an opportunity to hear more about Lightbox Online and ask any questions about the course and how to get involved. Redeye’s director Paul Herrmann and Programme Coordinator Rachael Burns will be on hand to talk through the aims of the course and work out if it is the right fit for you.
News and Opportunities
We were saddened to learn of the recent death of Paul Murphy. Paul was an early and hard-working supporter of Redeye, and an enthusiastic expressive photographer supported by his detailed understanding of photographic processes; all of which ran alongside his stellar career as a physicist. Here we publish appreciations from four other photographers: Thomas Joshua Cooper, Paul Hill, Mike Ware and Len Grant.
Photography Graduate Support Scheme
Graduating in 2020 is a particular challenge in the face of lockdown and profound social change. Redeye is pleased to announce a significantly expanded support programme for all UK photography graduates. Elements include:
In Praise Of Blandness invites the viewer to appreciate the aesthetic of the ordinary and the everyday.
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.
Peer to Peer: UK/HK is a programme designed to encourage meaningful cultural exchange and to forge enduring partnerships between the UK and Hong Kong's visual arts sectors. The programme launches publicly with an online festival of international exchange and collaboration on the 11-14 November, curated by independent curator Ying Kwok.