Monday, October 3, 2016 - 17:00

We're looking for photographers to present a recent project or body of work in a ten-minute slot at our next Hothouse, our showcase of creative talent and hive of photographic activity and information.

This event is in partnership Grain Photography Hub and will take place in Birmingham. 

Applications for presentations

We are seeking photographers who can give short, ten to fifteen-minute presentations about their work. These can either be a single project, series or connected body of work, and the slots are open to photographers from all fields – fine art, photojournalism, landscape, portrait, documentary, social, commercial, experimental – anything!

If you are interested in presenting your work, please send up to 12 jpeg images (no bigger than 5MB in total), along with a few sentences about yourself and your work, to by Monday 3 October, 10am.

Please clearly mark on your application you are applying for BIRMINGHAM Hothouse.

We aim to include as many presentations as we can, and will let you know if you have been successful by 10 October 2016.

Showing your book or portfolio

There are two options for showing your book or portfolio. There's an open table on which you can leave your published or self-published book for others to browse. While there will be Redeye staff nearby, the table is not permanently staffed and so we advise you not to leave unique books or anything of significant value. The other option is to be on hand to talk to visitors about your book or portfolio. We will provide a limited number of tables for this purpose. Spaces at these tables are first come, first served. If you would like to bring a portfolio, please email Charlie Booth ahead of the day.

Venue and Timing

Hothouse Manchester will take place from 10:30-16:30 on the 26 November 2016 at Glenn Howells Architects on Bradford Street, Birmingham.  For more information on or how to get to Glenn Howells Architects please visit their website here. You are welcome to come for the whole afternoon or drop in at any time. The full programme of talks will be announced on by 12 October 2016.

Image: Johnathan Clover

In partnership with Grain, an arts organisation dedicated to commissioning, facilitating and delivering ambitious, engaging and high quality photography projects, commissions, events and exhibitions.  

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