News and Opportunities
Posted 23 March 2013
The Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) has just given its initial support, including a development grant of £62,300, to Amber Film & Photography Collective. This is the first stage of a £1.5 million project, which will open access to the group’s extraordinary film and photography collection.
The grant enables the detailed development of a full bid to the HLF – the architectural plans, the surveys, assessments, costings and activity plans that will realise the full ambition of the Amber/Side Gallery’s access plans.
Posted 10 March 2013
LOOK/13 features August Sander, Rankin, Weegee, Martin Parr, Tom Wood, Charles Fréger, Eva Stenram, Kurt Tong and much more.
Posted 28 February 2013
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Posted 31 January 2013
Open Eye – the Northwest’s only dedicated photography gallery - has announced the appointment of Lorenzo Fusi as new Artistic Director.
Lorenzo curated the 2010 and 2012 reiterations of the Liverpool Biennial, respectively entitled Touched and The Unexpected Guest. In 2012 he also curated a suite of three retrospective exhibitions for the Galleria Civica di Modena (Italy), bringing together the work of Peter Hujar, Mark Morrisroe and Jack Smith under the collective title Changing Difference: Queer Politics and Shifting Identities.
Posted 12 December 2012
The Library of Birmingham has been awarded a major grant by Arts Council England to undertake a 2 year project to create a new strategic hub and network for photography and photographers in collaboration with national and international partners. The project will be called Grain.
This is the largest Grants for the Arts Award given to photography in the region.
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