Events and Exhibitions
Past Events and Exhibitions
The second in our series of Come and Chat events will be based around the topics of Training and Access.
1. Access, anxiety, diversity, difficulty: how can we make sure the full range of voices is heard in photography? Which ones get squeezed out?
2. Training and academia: what is the role of universities and independent training organisations? Does the growth of academic practice have unintended consequences?
Join BA Photography Students from Manchester School of Art for an end of term exhibition. They will be presenting a selection of work in progress at an exhibition in Bankley Studios and Gallery, Levenshulme.
Common Ground is a photographic exhibition that seeks to find the connection between varying personalities, cultures and even opposing ideologies. A call to see the good in another and seek the common ground.
It’s hard to believe it’s been 20 years, but it has! For our anniversary we will be marking this landmark year by inviting three photographers who spoke at Redeye’s first public lectures to return. It’s a chance to reflect on their photographic careers in parallel to Redeye’s lifespan. The third and final session in the series sees Paul Hill invite David Grinly.
Manchester Art Fair is one of the UK’s most ambitious art fairs. Selling modern & contemporary paintings, sculpture, photography and editioned prints from a selection of UK and international galleries and artists on 11-13 October at Manchester Central.
Get informal advice on your career or work during one to ones with experts in the industry. Redeye's Critique Surgeries are aimed at photographers or artists looking for advice and feedback on their work or practice. At this month's session, we welcome guest panellists Natasha Howes, and Bryan Beresford in addition to Redeye Director Paul Herrmann.
NOT PHOTOGRAPHY presents nine artists whose practices engage with the characteristics and materialities that shape what we know as the photographic image. Their interests extend beyond assumed representational limits of photography, exploring expanding relationships with sculpture, printmaking and performance.