Are you concerned about the climate crisis and how you can address it through your photographic practice? Would you like to meet other climate aware photographers?

Do you have a project you would like some feedback on? 

Our Come and Chat sessions are friendly, relaxed and welcoming spaces to show your work, chat with photographers about their work and business and help you feel reconnected and inspired!


For this event you will see presentations by photographers who are certified as Climate Aware Photographers and find out more about Redeye’s Climate Aware Photography course. We would also like to invite anyone to show some work and share your current practice with other photographers. You can bring along printed imagery, such as images from your portfolio, which can be spread out along tables. Or, if you don’t have anything printed at the moment you can bring along your laptop to show some images on the screen. This event is the perfect place to practise presenting your work, and to meet with other photographers and artists in the region, and get some friendly, supportive feedback.

Or if you don't have anything to show, just come along to look and chat.


It's all very informal along the lines of our previous Stay and Chat events, and as ever you are welcome to come along and participate or sit and listen to the conversation - no need for fears! This is also a great opportunity to reconnect with the photo community and meet other artists working within the region.

Redeye's network meetings are a great chance to meet, discuss and be inspired by other photographers and those working with photography, and the exciting possibilities within photographic practice.



For this Come and Chat, we will be within the Spark Network exhibition 'SPARK: Artists' Interventions in a Time of Crisis' which will be up until 13th January 2024 at Rogue Project Space.

SPARK is the first exhibition by members of the SPARK Artists Network, who have been meeting since June 2022. Their monthly events have included guerilla gardening, moss walks, exploring urban and rural ecologies, tours of political sites and exhibition visits. The exhibition aims to engender conversation and collaboration and foster the cross-pollination of ideas.

Featuring: Artist A & Artist B, Chris Alton, John-Paul Brown, Eleanor Capstick, Nerissa Cargill Thompson, Maya Chowdhry, Helen Clare, Louise Ann Clarke, Sara Kristina Davies, Sarah Feinmann, Sarah Grant, Anthony Hall, Jackie Haynes, Mishra Henner, Tracy Hill, David Jacques, Adele Jordan, Nick Jordan, Lizzie King, Sophy King, Jane Lawson, Helena Lee, Ruth Moilliet, Rob Mullender-Ross, Mike Perry, Sam Pickett, Gwen Riley Jones, Lucy Roberts, Heather Ross, Rae Story, Steve Sutton, TEA, Debbie Yare, Anne Waggot Knott 

with support by Castlefield Gallery and Rogue Artists Studios. You can find out more information here.



Who is it for?

This event is for any photographers, artists or anyone working in a connected field, looking to meet new people, practise talking about their work and gain new professional connections. It's open to photographers and artists at every level, and is highly recommended for experienced and non-experienced networkers alike!

If you're not sure what to bring, please feel free to get in touch for some suggestions.



This event runs from 2pm on 13th January until 3:30pm. Come along from 1:45pm to set your work out on the tables. Once you sign up you will be given two name badges, one for your work and one for you to wear.



This event takes place at Rogue Project Space, 2-6 Barrass St, Manchester, M11 1WP.

This event is free to attend, but booking is essential; please register for space.

You can also make a donation at the time of booking, which helps to support our future programme of events.


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