Events and Exhibitions
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.
An exhibition of photography by Wirral-based photographer Colin McPherson documents the dramatic changes which have taken place in Berlin since the fall of the Berlin Wall in November 1989 will have its premiere later this month in Liverpool to mark the 30th anniversary of those momentous events.
Upcoming 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?
What’s changing in your life, and how are you coping? What’s on your photographic radar? What does photography need? What can Redeye do?
Past Events and Exhibitions
On December 5th, 2015, Storm Desmond hit the North and West of the United Kingdom, smashing rainfall records, and causing widespread flooding and destruction. Indeterminate Land is a collection of photographs taken in the aftermath of the storm, recording its violent effect on the landscape of the Rothay river valley in the Lake District, and the many strange and beautiful changes that took place.
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.
Ever had that overwhelming feeling of social anxiety when the word 'networking' is muttered? Ever avoided walking up to a person and introducing yourself as a photographer or artist? Then struggled to remember what your work is, never mind coherently talk about it? If the answer to any of the above is 'yes', 'maybe' or 'please stop talking about networking', join us on the 13th July for our anti-networking event at Manchester Craft and Design Centre as part of Manifest Arts Festival.
The event will consist of a morning of presentations by a group of expert reviewers on key features of portfolio and professional development. During the afternoon there will be opportunities for one to one portfolio advice and reviews from 3 reviewers for 20 minutes each. This event is perfect for emerging practitioners, students and artists and will provide valuable advice and reviews from leading practitioners, curators and commissioners. Speakers and reviewers include Anthony Luvera, Liz Hingley, Niall Mcdiarmid, Sebah Chaudhry and Skinder Hundal.
Photography For Whom? is a new periodical focused on socially-engaged photography. Published twice yearly, Photography For Whom? seeks to shine light on significant work of the past and to generate debate about contemporary practice.
Please join us for a four hour beginners workshop with Redeye Member Jeni Harney to learn the step by step proccess of how to make your own Cyanotype prints. Cyanotype is a photographic printing process that produces a cyan-blue print. The event is part of a Redeye series where members suggest and host events based on their skills or interests. Find out more about suggesting an event here or sign up for membership here.
Born in Lithuania, Indre Serpytyte is an artist living and working in London. Indre is concerned with the impact of conflict and war on history and perception. She works with photography, sculpture and installation. In association with her new work When the Golden Sun is Sinking, Indre will be talking about her practice, research and commission.