News and Opportunities


Introducing Culture Shifts - A touring network for process-led photography work

Redeye, the Photography Network will be working in partnership with Open Eye Gallery to deliver Culture Shifts, a new and exciting socially engaged photography programme. Working with 10 national and international photographers embedded in communities across 7 areas of Liverpool City Region it aims to support communities to explore their stories in a way that is meaningful to them.  

Announcing Field Editions: A new print sales initiative in collaboration with Impressions Gallery and Open Eye Gallery

Redeye joins Impressions Gallery and Open Eye Gallery on, a new contemporary photography consortium, working with photographers to produce benefit limited edition photographic prints in support of Northern photography. 

Green light for new photographic collections body

Arts Council England has announced its support for a new organisation supporting collections and archives of photography. The Photographic Collections Network will launch in late 2016 to provide research, knowledge exchange, events and advocacy.

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Have your say on the EU referendum results - a letter from Redeye's Director

11 days on from the vote to leave the EU, and I've had emails from about 20 organisations telling me they're a safe pair of hands and explaining what's going to happen. 

The trouble is, as Socrates or Sam Goldwyn might have put it... Nobody knows nothing

Redeye would like to find out what you think about the results, and any suggestions on how we can support you.

Redeye's statement on the National Media Museum Bradford

As many of you know, at the beginning of February the photography world was shocked by the news that key parts of the National Photographic Collection at the National Media Museum are to move to the V&A in London. In a statement from the Media Museum, Jo Quinton-Tulloch writes of the museum's decision to change focus 'to explore the science and culture of light and sound'. 

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