A review of Human Interfaces 2017. This year’s conference held at Norwich University of the Arts was once again a fascinating, informative and enjoyable event. The organising committee and the executive were delighted to receive so many supportive emails and messages, so if you weren’t able to travel to the event this year, then we […]
We are delighted to announce that Norwich University of the Arts has very kindly offered to host our 2017 summer conference. Over the coming months we will be working with Professor Richard Sawdon-Smith and his team to devise an exciting and engaging programme around the theme of “Human Interfaces” Wednesday 19th – 21st July 2017 […]
You can Listen to Sian’s Talk from the conference via the following link APHE conference Sian Davey Wednesday 29/06/16 If viewing on a mobile device you will require the panopto mobile app, this can be downloaded from app store
The success of this years APHE summer conference entitled Meshworks was firmly in the hands of our joint hosts Plymouth University and Plymouth College of Art. The organising committee and the executive were delighted to receive so many supportive emails and messages, so if you could not make the South Coast this year then perhaps […]
Summer Conference 1-3rd July 2015, Nottingham, UK. Keynote: Stephen Gill. We are delighted to announce that Stephen Gill will be joining us at this years summer conference to present and discuss his current practice. There was a great response to the call for papers and further details of the programme we will be released over the […]
The APHE strongly believes that it’s members are a talented group of educators, practitioners and researchers, so we would like, as part of Summer Conference 2015 to introduce our first ever APHE Educator Awards. The Awards are aimed at recognising the amazing wealth of expertise and innovation which you all show in your teaching and making of photography.
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