Hothouse

10 March 2012,
11:00 to 20:00

Redeye is delighted to present Hothouse, a day of new photography and showcase of creative talent in the North. It promises to be a hive of activity and information.

Full programme PDF (click to view, right click to download)

NB Registration is now closed but there should be limited places available on the door.

Throughout the day there will be short presentations from photographers about their recent work and projects. There will also be the opportunity to look through these and other photographic portfolios, and photographers' books. It closes with a special presentation.

Everyone is welcome - you just need to register (below). You can bring your own book or portfolio - just let us know when you register.

Programme:

All day in "Revive" reception area:
• Books and portfolios on display
• Redeye membership queries
• Tea, coffee and conversation

Presentations in "Work" seminar room:

11:00 Phil Portus - Musicians
11:30 Neil Alexander - 15 Minutes
12:00 Paul Watson - Yellow
12:30 Special presentation: Paul Herrmann - the perfect portfolio
13:00 Special presentation: Blurb Books - guide to self-publishing

13:45 Adam Lee - Identity Documents
14:15 Garry Cook - Flashes to Ashes
14:45 Tristan Poyser - A Reflection on Urban Manchester
15:15 Special presentation: John Darwell - what makes a good photography book

16:00 Barbara Nickl - Art on the Road
16:30 Ian Ray - I don’t know where the image is?
17:00 Ciara Leeming - Elvira and me
17:30 Jacob Russell - Knight Warrior
18:00 Garry Cook, Sian Gouldstone & Petra Stridfeldt - Control
19:00 Rob Sara, printer, in conversation with David Moore, photographer. Followed by bursary announcement

You can attend for the whole day or as much or as little as you like.

Who should come:

Whether you have a passion for new photography, want to find out about some of the most exciting emerging photographers, or would like the opportunity to meet and network with photographers and industry professionals, this event aims to have something for everyone.

Showing your work

There are two options for showing your book or portfolio. There's an open table on which you can leave your book for others to browse. While there will be Redeye staff on hand, the table is not permanently staffed and so we advise you not to leave books of significant value.

The other option is to be on hand to show people your book or portfolio. We will provide a limited number of tables for this purpose. Spaces at these tables are first come, first served. The doors will open at 10:45.

Bursary announcement

** Following Hothouse, from 19:00 Redeye will announce the winner of the Redeye Printing Bursary with Rob Sara.

Travel and parking

The Studio is about ten minutes' walk from both Piccadilly Station and Victoria Station, and 5 minutes from Piccadilly Gardens bus stops.

All-day parking is £4.50 at nearby Dale Street Car Park (5 mins walk). We advise against on-street parking which has recently increased in price, and in the times it applies; in particular the Pay by Phone option is not reliable and can result in a ticket being issued.

Attendance

The event is free to attend but you must pre-register. If you find out after registering that you can't attend, please let us know via the "Send Feedback" link below.

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