The State of Photography II Symposium organised by GRAIN Photography Hub Friday 16th June 2017 9:30 am – 17:30 pm Birmingham City University, The Parkside Building, B4 7BE Image credit: ‘The Bayou of Borba (Portugal)’, from the series Siloquies and Soliloquies on Death, Life and Other Interudes, 2016 © Edgar Martins. The State of Photography will […]
Call for Proposals SPE welcomes proposals from photographers, artists, writers, educators, curators, historians, and professionals from other fields for the 2018 Annual Conference, UNCERTAIN TIMES: Borders, Refuge, Community, Nationhood. We will address questions of globalization, migration, territory, refuge, community, identity, nationalism, and internationalism, and will evaluate the contribution of photographic practices seeking to humanize and reveal […]
Bitcoin Abundance (2016), Michael Borras aka Systaime, video still Posthuman Curating Panel Discussion with Anne-Marie Schleiner (via video link), Michaël Borras A.K.A Systaime, and Gaia Tedone. Curated and moderated by Magda Tyżlik-Carver. The Photographers’ Gallery, Thursday 6 April, 18.30 The claim that curating is posthuman recognises the changing modes of curating in the world of […]
Human Interfaces: Borderless (Dis)Connections and Disrupted Futures Call for Papers The Association for Photography in Higher Education Summer Conference 2017 19-21 July 2017 Hosted by Norwich University of the Arts We are pleased to invite submissions to our summer conference, kindly hosted by Norwich University of the Arts. First Keynote: Mat Collishaw Mat Collishaw (b. […]
This years conference aims to explore how the nature of being connected can change or influence our understanding of the cultural, political and social boundaries of photography. Extended deadline: 7th May 2015
We would like to invite expressions of interest / proposals for a forthcoming curated group exhibition & symposium, to be held at The Bonington Gallery, Nottingham Trent University, in November 2015.
The Photography Department at Cambridge School of Art, Anglia Ruskin University is pleased to announce a rare public lecture by the internationally acclaimed photographer Hannah Starkey.