Tickets are available now for our summer conference, you can book through out eventbrite page via this link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/aphe-annual-conference-2019-photography-and-collaboration-tickets-62568518122 Image: Wendy McMurdo – who is one of our keynote speakers this year.
Dear APHE members We’re delighted to announce further details of the Summer Conference, hosted by Coventry University and carries the theme entitled ‘Photography and Collaboration‘. Please find attached the Call for Papers, which we hope will stimulate enthusiasm for what will clearly be an interesting event. All details are on the PDF document, with contact information […]
The 4th Annual Awards for Teaching in Photography This summer’s Conference hosted and organised by University of South Wales will be home to the fourth annual APHIE Awards for teaching practice in photography. The Awards are significant outreach in terms of sharing great pedagogic practice, introducing new and innovative approaches to teaching photography in Higher […]
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 […]
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 […]
Title: Art & Commerce – striking a balance. March 7th 2017, 1pm – 5pm @ The Photographers’ Gallery, London. Speakers: Julia Fullerton-Batten, Laura Pannack & Jane Hilton. The seminar brings together three highly talented photographers whose practice combines fine art and commercial work. All three use personal research projects to explore their own creative artistic potential […]