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AOP Awards 2020 call for entries - Photography / Motion / Innovation

The AOP Awards are open for everyone to enter and are a celebration of exquisite imagery.  Consisting of the Photography Awards (members) Open Awards – for everyone, the new Emerging Talent Award for photographers practicing for up to 3 years and the Student Awards.

Photograph of fruit next to text: AOP awards 2020 earlybird discount until 17th November

bOlder Greater Manchester Visual Artist Talent Programme for Artists 50+

Castlefield Gallery announces bOlder, a talent development programme for contemporary visual artists aged 50+, commissioned by GMCA as part of Great Place GM. Great Place GM is an action research programme led by Greater Manchester Combined Authority and funded by the National Heritage Lottery Fund and Arts Council England with the aim of achieving recognition for the essential role of culture in the lives of Greater Manchester residents.

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Photogravure Workshop bursary for Redeye member

Grain Photo Hub are offering a bursary place to a Redeye member for the upcoming weekend PHOTOGRAVURE WORKSHOP with Jack Whitwell.

See here for full details of the course.

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Womxn of Colour Art Award

This new bi-annual art award recognizes the inequities and additional barriers that Womxn of Colour and non binary people often face in their practice as visual artists. It aims to provide financial and developmental support to assist UK based artists and artist collectives of all ages at a key point in their career. We welcome applications from all artists who self-identify as Womxn of Colour and non binary people including those who are emerging and self- taught.

East Meets West Masterclass Programme 2019/20

FORMAT, QUAD (Derby) and GRAIN Projects (Birmingham) are delighted to announce a new collaborative project that will provide fifteen emerging artists and photographers with a professional development opportunity. This is the third East Meets West collaboration and follows two very successful previous editions.

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