Graduating can be a daunting prospect. Challenges can come thick and fast as you try to balance new work commitments with personal projects, moving home and losing the once-secure network of photographers and tutors you saw every day. Worried about what to do next? Then these sessions are for you!
Redeye is delighted to introduce a new professional development programme created and thoughtfully put together to address all areas to consider when embarking on a career in photography. At an affordable price, we're keen to welcome creatives to get involved in this important training opportunity.
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Redeye members are able to get a £50 discount to this incredibly useful, British Press Photographers’ Association endorsed marketing training seminar. If you are not a member but still want to go, why not buy a membership so you're able to claim the discount and benefit from Redeye membership throughout the year.
LAHAD is partnering up with Coventry University to produce a broadcast from Coventry to Brooklyn, New York as part of a CUPH pop-up exhibition at Bushwick Darkroom.
Martin Parr shows how the lives of Mancunians have changed but also reveals how there is continuity in how we live our lives.
Arpita Shah's Nalini is an ongoing series of work that focuses on her mother, her grandmother and herself. It explores the intimacy between the three of them and how their histories, memories and physical bodies are entangled and connected to one another.
Loved&Lost is a documentary project by Manchester-based artist Simon Bray that invites participants to explore their experience of loss. Each participant is asked to find a photograph of themselves with their lost loved one. We return to the location of the original photograph to replicate the image and record an interview.
In a major new touring exhibition leading contemporary photographers join forces to present the multimedia project Sixteen, exploring the dreams, hopes and fears of 16-year olds across the UK.
Not Quite Light Festival returns to Salford (28-31 March) reflecting on cities, regeneration, art, music and performance in a weekend of events.
People from the industry discuss Martin Parr's Return to Manchester exhibition offering their perspective and opinions on the work, including Redeye Director Paul Herrmann.