The next successful 2023 graduate of this year's Graduate Award Winners is: Cinthia Baseler! Discover her practice, final degree show work and more about our Redeye Graduate Award Winner Prize that we offer as part of our mission to support photographers and strengthen the wider photographic industry.
Our next Graduate Award Winner of 2023 to introduce is - Vania Fernandes! Find out more about the Redeye Graduate Award Winner Prize, Vania's final degree show work and how the awarding process works - offering advice and guidance to students wishing to build their experience, confidence and skills in the sector; which acts as part of our mission to support photographers and strengthen the wider photographic industry.
Introducing another of our winners of the Redeye Graduate Award Winner Prize of 2023 - Ryan Yare! Discover more about Ryan's practice, his degree show work and all about the awarding process, which acts as part of our mission to support photographers and strengthen the wider photographic industry.
Introducing Jordan Stephenson - one of our winners of the Redeye Graduate Award Winner Prize of 2023! As part of our mission to support photographers and strengthen the wider photographic industry, we visit university courses in the UK, offering advice and guidance to students wishing to build their experience, confidence and skills in the sector. At the end of each academic year we attend their final degree shows and at each degree show we award the Redeye prize which gives the successful photographer support throughout the first year after graduation.
Have you recently graduated university and are perhaps feeling a little daunted by the next steps to launch your photography career? Look no further, Redeye’s Graduate Mentoring Scheme is back for another year running, to carefully pair graduates with relevant industry professionals based on their interests, supporting the leap from leaving university to working in the real world.
We have been spoilt lately with an excellent range of photography exhibitions in the North of England. Here are Redeye staff's top picks of exhibitions to visit this Summer.
Photo Credit: Installation documentation of FORM Collective exhibition in Brighton 2018. Featuring work by June Cadogan, Joanne Coates, Rachael Burns, Kevin Casey, Becky Warnock, Cath Stanley and Liz Tobin.
Applications for Lightbox 2023: a creative collaborative course have just opened. If you're considering applying for the professional development course and want to know what it's like to take part and what impact it can have on your career. Why not read some of the testimonials from past participants here.
Inspiring visual arts exchange between UK and Hong Kong
26th September – 9th October 2022
Peer to Peer: UK/HK 2022 is a programme designed to encourage meaningful cultural exchange and to forge enduring partnerships between the UK and Hong Kong’s visual arts sectors.
Alberto, Cannon Hill Park. 'The Photographer is Me' - participatory arts photography project with Nathan McGill, 2021