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Greater Manchester Revealed In Student Photography Exhibition

From Thursday 30th June to Saturday 2nd July, photography students from Salford City College will present “The City Revealed” at The Lowry Outlet Mall, Salford Quays.

The exhibition, which presents iconic images of the people and landscape of Greater Manchester, is the culmination of a competition organised by tutors at the college, in conjunction with Manchester-based photographer Andrew Brooks and Pyramid Display Materials, suppliers of the UK’s leading range of sign and display materials to the retail industry.

Confined: The Captive and Keeper

Confined: The Captive and Keeper in Contemporary Life
The Bluecoat, Liverpool
Until 10th July 2011

The work of seven photographers, covering four gallery spaces at the Bluecoat, takes the viewer through the institutional processes of confinement from initial interrogation through to imprisonment. These processes are acted out in the layout of the exhibition itself.

'The City Revealed' Salford College display at the Lowry

'The City Revealed' Salford College display at the Lowry ...
... outlet shopping mall.

Salford College (Worsley campus) in association with Pyramid Display Systems have run a student photo competition judged by Andrew Brooks.

Opening awards night
Weds 29th June 5-8pm

Exhibition open to the public
Thurs 30th June 12-4pm
Fri 1st July 12-4pm
Sat 2nd July 10-2pm

Graduate Exhibitions

Below is a list of photography exhibitions presented by graduating students over the summer. These are the dates for the public degree shows, listed chronologically. If you would like us to list your exhibition for you, or know of any shows not listed here, please email us.

University of Bath & Photosoc Photography Exhibition

Paul Seawright & Victor Sloan

Paul Seawright & Victor Sloan
Art & Design Academy, Liverpool John Moores University (LJMU)
Until 18th June 2011

The Academy Gallery at John Moores University is showing two exhibitions as part of the Look 11 Festival. The Festival theme a ‘call to action’ invites us to consider the political landscape. And what landscape is more political than Northern Ireland, the subject of these two shows?

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