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In partnership with the Manchester School of Art Redeye presents In Conversation With Daniel Meadows on the 15th June. This will be a rare opportunity to hear Daniel speak about his career and work ahead of his exhibition Separate and Together – bringing June Street to Miles Platting opening on the 16th March.

Who is it for?

Commissioning for Change Lab with LOOK/17

In partnership with LOOK/17 Festival, Redeye presents a daylong event on improving the commissioning process and building better relationships between commissioners and photographers.  

A day of talks, workshops and a panel discussion to celebrate the contemporary photobook hosted in partnership with Manchester School of Art.

Graduate Takeover is a short season of events, advice and inspiration led by last year’s photography graduates, to help you hit the ground running. It’s free and open to all, especially new graduates and new starters, and co-delivered by RedeyeFuse and Short Supply.

In this session Paul and Rosie from Redeye will talk through how to plan your business model, and use it strategically to monetise your practice and build your career.  

Our Careers Clinics are an open space for discussion, each week looking at a different element of running a successful creative practice. On Wednesday the 16th June we are thrilled to welcome Jaheed Hussain, founder of Fuse, and Hawwa Alam, co-founder of The Rice Bowl Collective, to talk about marketing yourself and your work.

Graduate Takeover is a short season of events, advice and inspiration led by last year’s photography graduates, to help you hit the ground running. It’s free and open to all, especially new graduates and new starters, and co-delivered by RedeyeFuse and Short Supply.

We have invited three graduates to talk about their work and their year since graduating mid-pandemic. What can we all learn our adaptations to presenting work online, and what inspiration can we draw from new technologies?

We are delighted to welcome the award-winning director of African Apocalypse Rob Lemkin and the film’s narrator Femi Nylander for the next of our Photo Histories events.

The powerful new film tells the story of a young man’s journey across Africa in search of a colonial killer. The film’s protagonist, Femi Nylander, begins his journey exploring photographic archives that bear witness to the brutal violence visited on the people of Africa by Europeans.

Early migrants Sarwan and Amro Dass with Kanta Dass on Inkerman St. Wolverhampton' c1961 ©BCVA/Apna Heritage Archive

 

Redeye's Photo Histories is a new strand of events that looks at some of the many histories that photography can uncover. The strand features photographers, archivists, scholars and historians exploring some of the lesser-known and under represented histories of photography.

Friday Live

9 July 2021, 17:00 to 27 August 2021, 17:00

Every Friday evening we go Live with working photographers on our Instagram! This new series aims to open up conversations about the state of the arts and those working within it. 

 

Who has been on so far?

Elena Catalina

Olu Osinoiki

Iko-Ojo Mercy Haruna

The Greater Manchester Centre for Photography based at the University of Bolton have kindly offered Redeye members the opportunity to attend this talk with renouned fashion photographer Craig McDean.

Redeye, Centre for Chinese Contemporary Art, Market Buildings, Thomas St, Manchester M4 1EU, UK
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