Events and Exhibitions
Past Events and Exhibitions
The exhibition is a presentation of works from the Turner Prize winning Wolfgang Tillmans' series Neue Welt (New World) which were purchased for Glasgow Museums’ collection under the Art Fund International scheme (2007 -12).
An exhibition of fine art photographic vignettes by Redeye Member Ann Holmes.
Street Level's annual showcase of new talent in photographic image-making selected from across Scotland's photography and fine art degree courses.
Work included emanates from Edinburgh College of Art, Glasgow School of Art, University of the West of Scotland, Napier University (Edinburgh), and Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art (Dundee).
Inspired by notions of 'home' and 'community', Common Ground brings together new work from two photographic collectives taking an outward-facing view of their respective home countries of Scotland and Wales. Working with diverse themes and ideas associated with distinctive national and cultural visual inspiration, this collective exhibition welds them together into a cohesive narrative, at times overlapping and continuously referencing and complementing each other.
An exhibition featuring work by artists from Scotland (Bruce/Hunter) and Quebec (Ouellet/Rajotte) whose varied work addresses cultural identity, post-industrialism, and how boundaries of control are reflected in the urban and rural landscape.
Helga Paris, born in 1938, occupies an significant position in German photography. In her work, she approaches the people she portrays with personal interest and compassion. The resulting pictures transcend the bounds of a 'social study.' Paris brings forth the subject's personality in each portrait and thus reveals the human uniqueness of these individuals behind their social and public roles.
The streets of Glasgow are captured in Hugh Hood's work from 1974-1978, a unique period in Glasgow's social and architectural history when half of the the city's tenements were being demolished and the other half were undergoing transformation and construction.
Learn the whole process of photography, in one weekend, using a 35mm SLR camera. From exposure and composition to processing your film, printing up contact sheets and making enlargements. This course will equip you with the skills required to use a darkroom without assistance. Ideal for those with no previous experience, or requiring a refresher. Film, paper and Ilford instructional booklets included.
This course will cover the breadth of digital photography using a DSLR camera. Including creative methods of image capture, workflow management and the processing/alteration of images using Adobe CS6. Ideal for those wanting to break away from using the auto function, to create great images consistently. A collection of 29 instructional PDFs is included.
2013 marks 20 years since Street Level staged the first major exhibition of Baltic photography in Britain, which included work from Latvia, Estonia and Lithuania. This current exhibition focuses on photography from Lithuania, including significant work from the 80s and 90s. A critical component is the inclusion of some work by little known artists groups which expressed a postmodern view of the world and a shift from traditional approaches - the Carnavora group, and the mysterious and untypical Doooooris.