News and Opportunities
Posted 17 September 2006
Look 07 and the Manchester Food and Drink Festival have launched an open photographic competition on Look 07â€™s new website: www.look07.com.
The competition is open until the 2 October and is related to the five themes of the festival. The prizes include a night in a luxury city centre apartment, dinner at one of Manchester's best restaurants and a chance to shadow Jill Jennings, Look 07's commissioned artist on her next photographic commission.
Posted 5 September 2006
HEREFORD PHOTOGRAPHY FESTIVAL & CONFERENCE
For seventeen consecutive years, the Hereford Photography Festival has presented a broad range of quality international photography. Under the directorship of Paul Wombell, who was recently appointed, the festival will open on Saturday 30th September until Saturday 28th October. The whole thing takes place in a lovely part of the world and the Festival is known for its minimum of fuss and maximum attention to photography, so is well worth a visit.
Posted 19 July 2006
CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS
Cornerhouse is currently looking for photographers for its upcoming exhibition, Trace. People wishing their work to be considered for this, or have an idea for another Cornerhouse Project should visit
for details of the submission process. Please note full details will appear by the end of this week (21st July).
LITTORAL ARTS - CREATIVE RURAL ECONOMY CONFERENCE
Posted 18 July 2006
Following the success of the re-launched Derby Photography Festival,
FORMAT05, this years expanded programme features 30 exhibitions and over
300 artists. The festival, curated around the theme of Transform, will run
from 22nd September to 22nd October in venues across Derby.
Posted 13 July 2006
REDEYE PROGRAMME LATEST
There is still time to book your place for the final event in our Spring Programme â€“ a lecture by the influential Dutch photographer, Hellen van Meene, (21st July, Open Eye Gallery). See Exhibitions & Events (below) for details of Hellen's show at Open Eye and the Events section of this site for more information on her talk, including details of how to book.
Redeye, Centre for Chinese Contemporary Art, Market Buildings, Thomas St, Manchester M4 1EU, UK
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