Redeye Events

9 June 2021, 14:00 to 2 July 2021, 19:30

Graduate Takeover is a short season of events, advice and inspiration led by last year’s photography graduates, to help you hit the ground running. It’s free and open to all, especially new graduates and new starters, and co-delivered by RedeyeFuse and Short Supply.

News and Opportunities

Through ‘Visualizing Climate Change: An Open Call for Photography’, TED Countdown is partnering with Climate Visuals to build a new robust, accessible collection of evidence-based photos that document the reality of climate change around the world.

They are seeking submissions that communicate positive climate solutions in five key areas:

The Marilyn Stafford FotoReportage Award, facilitated by FotoDocument and supported generously by Nikon UK, is granted annually to a professional woman photographer towards the completion of a compelling and cohesive documentary photo essay, which addresses an important social, environmental, economic or cultural issue, whether local or global.


What's On


Bolton in the 1970s` photographs by Don Tonge is until the 18th of July at the Bolton Museum & Art Gallery.
18 July 2021

Don Tonge (born 1950) has been photographing his hometown of Bolton since the late 1960s. Starting out as an amateur, he won a photography competition organised by Granada Television in 1981. This launched his career as a press and theatre photographer. For this exhibition, Don has selected his favourite images from a single decade: the 1970s.


Don writes:


Photo credit: Les Monaghan
15 February 2021, 17:15 to 31 August 2021, 17:15

One of our Lightbox participant's Les Monaghan was shortlisted and is now being exhibited as part of Virtual Exhibition: Wolf Suschitzky Photography Prize 2020.


Simon Norfolk and Klaus Thymann – Shroud
3 June 2021, 11:30 to 30 June 2021, 11:30

Belfast Photo Festival presents a bold vision of the future

Festival returns from 3 – 30 June 2021


Belfast Photo Festival, Northern Ireland's premier visual arts festival, will take over art galleries and public spaces throughout Belfast this June with a host of timely exhibitions exploring the role of photography in imagining new visions of the future. 


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