Redeye's Snapshots are a series of skill sharing workshops, offering quick introductions to new creative ideas and techniques.

Join us for the first Snapshot event on Wednesday 10th June with artist collective Shy Bairns. We will be making zines, simple self-published books with a historically used to celebrate fandom and for grassroots activism.
 

Redeye's Rethink Sessions aim to help photographers and artists navigate and adapt to the COVID-19 crisis; to reprioritise, and find new ideas and income during the pandemic and beyond. 

The COVID-19 pandemic has fundamentally changed our daily lives. Moving forwards we know how effectively we can collectively adapt and reprioritise; should we and how we can apply this to the climate crisis?

For the next Rethink Session Phil Korbel, social entrepreneur and co-founder of  The Carbon Literacy Project, will join the discussion. We will look at how artists can get more actively involved; make their own arts practice carbon neutral; and use visual communication skills to spread the message. Can we make a positive impact on the planet an integral part of this ‘new normal’?

John Dunstall; scenes from the Great Plague of 1665

Redeye's Rethink Sessions aim to help photographers and artists navigate and adapt to the COVID-19 crisis; to reprioritise, and find new ideas and income during the pandemic and beyond. 

Photographers and artists have always created valuable historical records at times of crisis, including the current COVID-19 pandemic. Join us for a Rethink Session with Ian Hunter of Littoral Arts looking at the various works that photographers and artists are producing, and to talk through our collective response.

DJ Clark won the World Press Photo Interactive award in April 2020 with an extraordinary immersive film, Battleground PolyU, from the peak of the Hong Kong protests of November 2019. We are delighted to welcome him to a Zoom discussion for Redeye.

Culture is “in the driving seat” of political change. For this Rethink Session we welcome two change leaders to discuss how care might be more centrally embedded after Covid-19, and the role of the arts and culture in accelerating that change.

Virtual Critique Surgeries: April 2020

27 April 2020, 16:30 to 28 April 2020, 19:00

Get informal advice on your projects and career during 1-1s with experts in the industry. Our regular Critique Surgeries will be conducted online for the foreseeable future, on one-to-one Zoom meetings.

Stay and Chat

15 April 2020, 16:30 to 28 May 2020, 16:00

In these unsettling times we think that it is more important than ever that we stay connected. Redeye hosts regular ‘Stay and Chat’ sessions; remote meet-ups for anyone to discuss the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, strategies for coping and how best to support the photographic community.

Image: Katrin Joost

Redeye's Rethink Sessions aim to help photographers and artists navigate and adapt to the COVID-19 crisis; to reprioritise, and find new ideas and income during the pandemic and beyond. Please join us for a Rethink Session with Dr Katrin Joost presenting a philosophical take on the COVID-19 pandemic and its effect on our lives individually and collectively.

The Socially Engaged Photography Network is a national and inclusive network bringing organisations, photographers, community groups, academics and curators from across the country to discuss and accelerate the practice of socially engaged photography. North West cultural hosts Redeye Photography Network and Open Eye Gallery are delighted to host the next regional meet up on Tuesday 5th May, 5 - 6.40pm.

The Rethink Sessions

8 April 2020, 17:00 to 9 June 2020, 19:30

Redeye's Rethink Sessions aim to help photographers and artists navigate the COVID-19 crisis; to reprioritise, and find new ideas and income during the pandemic and beyond. 

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