News and Opportunities


Competition: Science Photographer of the Year 2019, RPS

The RPS is calling for entries for the first Science Photographer of the Year competition. They are looking for eye-catching images that show science being done, show how photography helps science, or how science impacts our daily lives. The selected images will be exhibited at the iconic Science Museum in London.

Call for Applications: Artists’ International Delegation 2019, Denmark

Castlefield Gallery and a-n The Artists Information Company invite contemporary visual artists living and/or working in the North West of England to apply to be part of a jointly programmed Artists’ International Delegation 2019, a seven-day visit to Copenhagen and Aarhus in Denmark taking place from Thursday 29 August to Wednesday 4 September 2019.

Artist Residency: China, QUAD

This exchange Residency Programme is for an artist based in the UK to have a dedicated Studio at Tank Loft located in the Campus of Sichuan Fine Art Institute, Chongqing and time to develop work in a new environment. The selected artist will be in residence in Chongqing, China in October/ November 2019 for 6 to 8 weeks. They are looking for an artist based anywhere in the UK, working in any medium with experience of running workshops.

The 2019 Redeye and University of Cumbria Print Residency: Rob Sara

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.

Call-out: Critical Mass 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. 

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