About
Hothouse arrives in Manchester for a day-long celebration of photographic talent. Throughout the day there will be short presentations from photographers about their recent work and projects, plus ample opportunity for networking and showing portfolios and books. You're welcome to drop in for an hour or two, or stay for the whole event - but please register to be sure of getting a place.

Some comments from previous Hothouses:

"I will feel the ripples of Hothouse for a while - inspiration, reflection, exploration."

"Stimulating, thought provoking, challenging & inspiring. I really did enjoy it."

"Well organised, good mix of photographers at various stages of their careers, good mix of approaches to work, short talks/presentations, so no time to get bored!"

Who is it for?
Whether you have a passion for new photography, want to discover new or emerging photographers, or simply would like the opportunity to meet and network with other photographers, enthusiasts and industry professionals, this event aims to have something for everyone.

Photographers who will be presenting on the day include:
(Full timetable announced shortly)

Celine Marchbank
Irena Siwiak Atamewan
Alun Kirby
Amanda Harwood
Ginger Liu
Marta Soul
Jamie Holman
Anthony Carr
Danielle Wainwright
Jon Kime
Adli Ali
Jill Reidy
Becky Probert
Ruth White
Ken Harrison
Sean McAllister
Boyd Annison
Kev Pack

The day will also include a special screening of The Pleasure Prom (2016) by David Dennison and Mark Reeves.

How can I get involved?
Bring a book or portfolio to share on the day. Everyone is welcome to bring their portfolio, prints or books to put on display for others to browse. We recommend you contact us in advance as space is limited at this venue. Please email Charlie Booth on charlie@redeye.org.uk with details of what you will be bringing including a short description, quantity and any social media links by 5th February 2018 at 10:00. Please use the email subject Manchester Hothouse Portfolio.

When

10:00 to 16:00 on 17 February 2018. Doors open at 9:30.

Where
The International Anthony Burgess Foundation, 3 Cambridge St, Manchester M1 5BY. The venue is fully accessible. There is a cafe in the building which will be open throughout the day.

Tickets
This event is free to attend, but booking is essential; please register via the link below. You will need to be logged in to make a booking. You can also make a donation at the time of booking, which helps to support our future programme of events. It costs Redeye about £16 per attendee to put this event on.

Please note our terms and conditions.

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Photo: Jemma Hall

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