News and Opportunities
Posted 1 July 2019
Making great prints from your photographs is one of the key qualities for the successful photographer. We are delighted to announce a new residency to support analogue hand printing. This is a rare collaborative opportunity for a photographer to work in a state of the art darkroom with a top artisan printer.
Posted 21 June 2019
Critical Mass was created in order to help photographers get their work into the conversation. They sought to establish an online platform that would make it more efficient and easier for photographers to promote their work to a wide selection of professionals in the field. Critical Mass makes it possible for photographers to get their work in front of 200 top museum curators, gallerists, editors, publishers, and media producers.
Posted 14 June 2019
The Audience Development and Marketing Manager will be an important member of the Communications Team and plays a key role in delivering the Organisation’s Audience Development Strategy, and advising and implementing effective marketing campaigns.
Posted 5 June 2019
Redeye introduces Lightbox Plus: an intensive week of ideas and training to take your professionalism to the next level, Monday 2 to Friday 6 September. If you are already achieving success as a working photographer, artist or producer, Lightbox Plus has been tailored to help you progress further.
This week-long course in September is the gateway to exploring these issues whilst being able to experience them with peers at a similar stage. We aim to equip you with skills and knowledge to progress individually, but also to thrive within this group – a long-lasting support network for you to give to and take from.
Posted 4 June 2019
As part of LOOK Photo Biennial 2019, Chapter 02: TRANSLATE / TRANSITION, Open Eye Gallery are looking for photographic work that relates to ideas of multi-nationality and exchange. Selected artists from this open call will be showing as part of group exhibitions at various non-traditional gallery venues.
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