All Redeye members are very welcome to Redeye's Annual General Meeting (AGM); it’s a key gathering each year to reflect on the last year, hear about future plans, and ask questions. We also welcome a guest speaker, Suzanne St Clare.
This year it will stay on Zoom. Register below and you will be sent the Zoom link just before the event.
As our guest speaker at the AGM we are delighted to welcome Suzanne St Clare.
Suzanne is an artist, photographer and educator based in North West England. Her practice centres on the exploration of memories and their staged recreation. Her research explores the therapeutic benefits of the visual arts on the mental health of young people.
Suzanne was selected as a photographer in residence for Picturing England’s High Streets, a three-year commission from Historic England and several photography organisations including Redeye.
Suzanne will talk about her first work for this commission, Reclaiming the City, where she explored the experiences and hopes of the LGBTQ+ community in Chester. There’ll be plenty of time for Q&A if you are interested in any aspect of her work around photography, care and mental health, working with communities or public commissions.
Image: From the Alumni series, by Suzanne St Clare
Who is it for?
The AGM is open to all paid Redeye members, along with staff. To find out more about becoming a member please click here.
Members can propose resolutions for the AGM. Full details of how to do that can be found in the Practical Guide for Redeye Members. These need to be submitted by 15th August 2022.
Would you like to be on our board?
The board would like to invite nominations by 15th August 2022 from within the Redeye membership to elect up to two additional board members (directors) at the AGM. Board members play an active and critical part in running Redeye. You need to be a current member to be elected, and you need another member to propose you. Please download the call for nominations, below, for more details.
This event starts at 6:00pm on 27th September 2022 and runs until 8pm. Virtual doors open at 5:50pm.
Online, on Zoom! Booking will close on Tuesday 27th September at 3pm and we will then be in touch with everyone who has registered with the meeting code and password. You will need an internet connection and a computer, smartphone or tablet.
This event is free, but booking by 3pm on Tuesday 27th September is essential. Please ensure you are logged in as a member to register via the link below.
Illustration: Redeye with assistance from Wombo