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.
For this event we would 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 send in some images which we will show on a projector. 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.
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.
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!
We encourage you to bring examples of your artistic work with you - either in printed format or send them to firstname.lastname@example.org before the 26th May 1pm to show on the projector.
If you're not sure what to bring, please feel free to get in touch for some suggestions.
This event runs from 1pm on 28th May 2022 until 4pm. Come along from 1pm 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.
- 1pm to 1:30 arrive and set up
- 2pm to 2:45pm talks and Q&A
- You're free to leave any time
- 4pm finish
This event takes place at Anthony Burgess Foundation, 3 Cambridge St, Manchester M1 5BY. There is an NCP car park opposite and some paid on-street parking. Manchester Oxford Road station is 5 mins walk away, and there are bike stands outside, visible through the venue window. There is a café-bar open throughout the event.
Accessibility: the venue has wheelchair access and an accessible toilet.
The venue has a high ceiling and is reasonably airy. Feel free to bring and wear a face covering if you wish, and we ask you not to attend if you are showing Covid symptoms.
This event is free to attend, but booking is essential; please register via the link below.
You can also make a donation at the time of booking, which helps to support our future programme of events.
Rebecca will be doing some filming so please let her know if you don't want to be included in that.