Events and Exhibitions
Past Events and Exhibitions
University of Salford Art Collection is delighted to welcome Anna Ridler to talk about using machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI) in her creative practice. Anna’s work was recently shown in Peer to Peer (Open Eye Gallery, Liverpool and Shanghai Centre of Photography) where she was selected for one of two new commissions for the University of Salford Art Collection.
Learn copperplate photogravure in a two day workshop, taught by printmaker Jack Whitwell. You will learn how to expose, etch and print a 10×8 inch sized photograph of your choice.
We are delighted to be returning with the National Photography Symposium (NPS), this year held in partnership with the University of Salford at their base in MediaCityUK. The Symposium will be held over three dynamic and engaging days, Thursday 1 - Saturday 3 November.
Join Redeye for the first in a new series of lectures that will honour the great champion of British photography Pete James, who died in March 2018. A regular lecture in partnership with The Royal Photographic Society, PARC (Photography and the Archive Research Centre), and FORMAT International Photography Festival & QUAD.
The Manchester Guide is a collection of photographs by Urszula Kochanowska, focusing on the beautiful architecture in Manchester.
Ten photography students at Manchester School of Art are exhibiting work based on truth and illusion within photography.
“Everywhere one looks today in the world of contemporary art, the photographic object seems to be an object in crisis, or at least in severe transformation.” - George Baker, Photography’s Expanded Field, October 114, p121, 2005
In this half-day symposium, speakers will explore contemporary photography through poetry, critical debate and art discourse to creatively examine the position of tactile, physical images taking up space in a tech-complex, claustrophobic world.
MMU's Institute of Humanities and Social Science Research proudly present an exclusive exhibition of photography and community art as part of the "Encountering Corpses" symposium.
The exhibition will be comprised of three interleaved elements, all of which evoke themes of death, contemplation and empathy.