Main Image Credits: From the Series 'In Search of Frankenstein' (c) Chloe Dewe Mathews

Redeye is delighted to announce the launch of the new Autumn/Winter programme. Beginning in September 2018 and stretching until the end of March 2019, there are a whole host of exciting events in store for Redeye members and non-members alike.

Redeye listened and identified some knowledge gaps within photographers at the beginning of their career and has created a new professional development course called It’s Your Business. Covering invaluable skills on how to begin and manage your business, pitch for work, present your professional identity, plus how to write about, exhibit and publish your work, we are proud to present these sessions.

In November, the National Photography Symposium 2018 will also be delivered by the Redeye team in partnership with the University of Salford. During three days, over 20 compelling experts will encourage conversations about three strands: 1. Cultural and Social Shifts, 2. The impact of technology within the industry and 3. Wider political and legal issues in photography.

There has never been a better time to become a Redeye member. We support our network in their own projects and encourage a number of member-led events through our calendar of events, including Allie Crewe’s exploration through gender and transformation, and Illuminate Hull's artistic analysis of Hull’s Capital of Culture. The calibre of ‘evening with’ photographers we have secured is always an insightful and exciting element of the programme, this time featuring Ingrid Pollard, Rut Blees Luxemburg and Chloe Dewe Mathews.

As a socially aware company and one committed to serving the community in which we live and work, Redeye is passionately collaborating with the inaugural International Arts and Homelessness Festival, through a skills swapshop and an exhibition working with people facing homelessness.

There are many highlights through the Autumn/Winter programme and we keenly invite you to peruse it at your leisure. We are really pleased to be able to launch it today and have worked hard in providing many free or subsidised events.

Let the education, creativity and fun begin. Book now to join us and avoid missing out – we look forward to seeing you all.

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