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KAREN McBRIDE at greenroom

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Who Is Karen McBride?
Friday 12 October
Exhibition from 7pm, discussion from 8pm
£5/£3 concessions
Tickets available from Box Office: 0161 615 0500 or online at

For one night only, greenroom’s performance space plays host to Karen McBride, recognised as one of the most notable female music photographers in Manchester. Karen opens her portfolio and her heart in her first ever city centre exhibition and talks about her work with John Robb, Manchester based musician, journalist and commentator.

[MARGINS] conference


October 4th – 7th 2007, Dom fotografie, Liptovský Mikuláš, Slovakia

The conference is part of the Changing faces: three-year EU Culture 2000 funded photography commission project focused on the theme of WORK and run through the International Photography Research Network (IPRN,

IPRN Margins Conference October 4th-6th 2007

Registration is now open for the 3rd IPRN 'CHANGING FACES' conference in Liptovsky Mikulas, Slovakia in cooperation with the Slovak Academy of Science - Insitute of Art History in Bratislava, Slovakia.

Keynotes for this 3-day event include: Boris Mikhailov, John Darwell, Gilles Perrin and Jindricht Streit.

Registration fees are €160 although special rates for students, groups etc are available.

For more information please visit the IPRN website.

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Portfolio Review 2007 - Month of Photography, Bratislava

We would like to inform you about oncoming November event - the Portfolio Review 2007 (in frame of international photo-festival Month of Photography, Bratislava, Slovakia). We are looking for young talented photographers to give them a possibility to discuss their portfolio with chosen critics at the workshop, to make new contacts with people working in galleries, academies and magazines as well as give them the chance to be awarded as a best participant and to exhibit their works at the next Bratislava Month of Photography 2008.

Pro2col closure

Pro2col, the professional photographic lab formed by the merger of Colourpoint and PCL, ceased trading suddenly at the end of July.
Manchester is now left with no E6 or B&W film processing in the city centre. The nearest for 35mm and 120 is DS Colour in Didsbury, while large format users will need to go to Manchester Colour Labs in Great Moor, Stockport.

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