Redeye's critique surgeries are aimed at photographers looking for any advice and feedback on their work or practice.

Come and join Redeye in a discussion (over a drink) about meaning in photography. It aims to be an informal and enjoyable evening with a serious purpose. It links to Open Eye’s current exhibition Open 2: Pieces of You - six photographers who share a curiosity in exploring how we gather and make meaning of our experiences.

Hothouse returns to Manchester for a daylong event of photographic presentations.

This Manchester After Hours, join Redeye and The Grid Project, to create a photographic map of the city. Get involved at #MAHGRID16

A weekend workshop with John Blakemore, one of the finest photographers and printers in the UK, on editing, sequencing, and making handmade books.

The third session in Redeye's newest programme of Critique Surgeries, aimed at photographers looking for informal advice on their work or practice.

We are delighted to announce guest panelists Intern Magazine's Photography Editor Hollie Myles and Document Scotland Photographer Colin McPherson. Currently free for Redeye members, these sessions are programmed quarterly to provide regular informal support to photographers from Redeye and experts in the field. 

National Photography Symposium 2016

20 April 2016, 18:00 to 22 April 2016, 18:00

The National Photography Symposium is the UK’s leading gathering place for ideas and discussion around photography. This year's NPS explores two main themes: new communities and making histories

Ever had that overwhelming feeling of social anxiety when the word 'networking' is muttered? Ever avoided walking up to a person and introducing yourself as a photographer or artist? Then struggled to remember what your work is, never mind coherently talk about it?

If the answer to any of the above is 'yes', 'maybe' or 'please stop talking about networking', join us on the 17th February for our anti-networking event at Kosmonaut Manchester. 

‘The Journey not the Arrival Matters’ T.S Eliot

Epic Journeys will bring together the work of three photographers and artists who have recently embarked on plotted expeditions of heroic proportions, each making images in remote locations to capture the beauty of grand and often hostile environments.

Join us at Open Eye Gallery for an evening with photographic artist Lydia Goldblatt. Lydia will talk about her life and work including the critically acclaimed project Still Here.

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