News and Opportunities
Posted 25 May 2012
Brighton Photo Fringe would like to invite submissions for OPEN 2012 - an open submission solo exhibition opportunity for an emerging to mid-career photographer or lens based artist.
Deadline: 5pm Monday 4 June 2012
[img_assist|nid=8546|title=Brighton Photo Fringe|desc=|link=none|align=left|width=220|height=65]Selectors 2012:
Clare Grafik - Head of Exhibitions, The Photographers' Gallery
Adam Broomberg and Oliver Chanarin - Artists based in London
Susanna Brown - Curator of Photographs, V&A
Posted 2 May 2012
FORMAT International Photography Festival is recruiting a co-ordinator. This is a unique opportunity to be part of a successful team delivering a leading International Photography Festival.
Based in Derby UK, the biennale FORMAT International Photography Festival and the off-year programmes offer a diverse mix of activity including portfolio reviews, exhibitions, open calls, commissions, mass participation projects, workshops and more... www.formatfestival.com
Posted 30 April 2012
Photoworks, Brighton is recruiting for a full-time fixed-term role (7 months) to work closely with the Director and Programme Team to develop and deliver the Brighton Photo Biennial in October 2012. The successful applicant will play an integral role in the development of a programme of activities to encourage participation and engagement.
Application deadline: 21 May 2012.
Posted 26 April 2012
With no set theme photographers are invited to submit recent work, of any subject, style or genre, which engages or challenges the viewer, either to convey stories, raise questions or provoke feeling.
The successful images hang floor to ceiling in Foto8 Gallery for a six-week period over the summer, giving the audience the opportunity to pick a personal favourite, which in turn may stand a chance of winning the coveted People’s Choice award – and some professional photographic kit.
Posted 16 April 2012
NE Photography Network are delighted to announce a new commission opportunity in partnership with Berwick Film & Media Arts Festival, to be presented as part of the Festival programme, 19th – 23rd September 2012.
They are inviting proposals from all over the world, from artists who are working across moving image and photography, or who have moved from one practice to the other, while the new commission will explore the overlapping terrains of moving and still images.
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