Kate Radford is a multi-disciplinary artist, polymath and activist based in Hebden Bridge. On the lead up to her performance Drought at Vault Festival, we had a chat about her practice… Your work tackles themes around social change. What is your perspective on activism through art? I think art communicates to people through and beyond the walls of the world that are built around us. It connects us to our imagination, our spirit, our history, our future, in a […]
For our first talk in 2019 in Leeds we are looking into portraiture with two documentary photographers who use photographic practice to explore people and their communities both home and away. +++ Thursday 21st February, 2019. Doors at 6pm, kicks off at 7pm The Brunswick, Leeds Free Entry +++ Jonathan Turner Jonathan is a social documentary photographer, based in Leeds, working all over the north of England. His work focuses on themes of identity and community, social, recreational and professional. His work […]
Miniclick have teamed up with LensThink for a very merry Christmas social! We bring you music, dancing and print swaps at our usual location of The Brunswick. Details of how to get involved below… +++ Wednesday 12th December, 2018. Doors at 7pm. The Brunswick, Leeds. Free Entry. +++
After being introduced to us by Joy Stacey, Pablo Pérez Castelló has reviewed the latest immersive artwork from Izdihar Afyouni, Thicker Than Blood… “As an audience member and inexplicable participant at Izdihar Afyouni’s immersive art exhibition Thicker Than Blood, and having been subjected to The Interrogation, this review focuses my an account of the influence that this kind of event has on a person – namely, to be exposed to the underlying oppressive practices in modern societies due to arbitrary […]
For this year’s Photo North Festival Miniclick has joined forces with Lensthink to bring you three events across the whole weekend. Photo North Festival Harrogate Convention Centre, Entrance 3, Hall D & Queens Suite, Kings Road, Harrogate HG1 5LA Friday 9th – Sunday 11th November (see below for event times) +++ Women in Photography Friday 9th November 2pm – 3.30pm Panel & Audience Discussion with Jo Coates; Carolyn Mendelsohn; Tessa Bunney and Ella Murtha. Each photographer will spend 5 minutes briefly introducing themselves and their […]
Miniclick join forces with Photobookshow, Rain Goggles and Fabrica for an evening of films, music, photographer and support.
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