Redeye Events

Working life can be mentally exhausting, and it can be easy to forget to take care of yourself in the middle of it all. This new series of wellbeing workshops in partnership with the Photographic Collections Network aims to support anyone working in the sector with tools to help you in your selfcare. Led by wellbeing experts, each session will focus on different techniques and skills to help you find ways to slow down the mind and its anxieties; refocusing on the present.

Networking event 

28th May 2022; 1pm - 4pm 

 

Are you feeling a bit disconnected from the photography community post lockdown? 

This is a relaxed opportunity to reconnect with the photo community and meet other artists working within the region. We would also like to take this opportunity to (re-) introduce ourselves to you and meet you in real life. You will hear from the director of Redeye, Paul Herrmann, as well as a couple of other photographers in a short presentation. Redeye's programme co-ordinator Rebecca Burns will be there too. 

Get informal advice on your projects and career during 1-1s with specialists in photography. Our regular Critique Surgeries are a supportive and welcoming space to share your work and get feedback and inspiration for continuting to improve in every way.

This series will be conducted online for the foreseeable future as one-to-one Zoom meetings.

 

Climate Aware Photography

15 June 2022, 14:00 to 29 June 2022, 16:30

Redeye’s first Climate Aware Photography course and certification is available to book now!

We believe Climate Aware Photography (CAP) is the first course of its kind. It is open to photographers of any genre, experience and background. This is a space for you to learn more about the effects of climate change worldwide, discuss photography’s impact on the environment and commit to reducing your own carbon footprint within your photographic work and your lifestyle.

Automatic Writing with Sam Batley

Wednesday 22nd June 2022; 1pm - 1:45pm

 

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