Picturing Spanish Culture with Guille Ibanez
Join us at this member-led event at the opening night of Guille Ibanez’ exhibition Tierra Santa at the Instituto Cervantes for a talk and discussion about the culture behind his photography.
Critique Surgery with Grain Photography Hub
In February 2018 we're taking our Critique Surgery to Walsall Art Gallery. Come and get informal advice on your career and work during 30-minute one-to-one sessions with experts in the industry. This month we welcome the artist and writer Anthony Luvera, Nicola Shipley from Grain, and Jennie Anderson of Argentea, alongside Redeye's Paul Herrmann.
News and Opportunities
British Journal of Photography and Affinity Photo for iPad are giving one creative the opportunity to shadow award-winning photographer Laura Pannack on a portraiture commission. The shoot has been exclusively commissioned by BJP, with the support of Affinity. Recently named Apple’s 2017 App of the Year, Affinity is the only fully-featured professional photo editing software for iPad. Shot in London, the series will explore Europeans working in the capital’s creative industries as Brexit looms.
The Magnum Foundation Fellowship offers mentorship and stipends to photojournalism graduates at a critical moment in their development as photographers.
Photographer, screenwriter, filmmaker Sooni Taraporevala will present a series of black and white photographs depicting life in Bombay/Mumbai from 1976 to the present day.
This exhibition reveals the extraordinary story of how the British love of tea led to Sylhetis first coming to Britain.
A poignant look back at Manchester Airport as seen through the lens of acclaimed photographer Shirley Baker, thirty years ago, having spent a day at the airport in 1987 capturing the experiences of passengers using the airport.
Culture Shifts: Local presents collaboratively produced photography from eight socially engaged photography projects across Liverpool. The work demonstrates how photography as an art practice can be used to help communities define themselves, bridge cultural divides and communicate the vital issues of today.
No Man’s Land offers rarely-seen female perspectives on the First World War, featuring images taken by women who worked as nurses, ambulance drivers, and official photographers, as well as contemporary artists directly inspired by the conflict.