August is almost upon us and we have an exciting performance based talk for you this month. Our free talk in Brighton will be on the topic of Photography and Performance, hopefully exploring the paradoxical relationship between performer and photographer and how this can effect the language of both mediums. We will be lucky enough to be showing the debut performance of ‘26.2’ by Kate Radford, documenting her journey from the accidental signing up to the marathon to her completion of it earlier […]
An evening of poetry and photography as Mark Power and Daniel Cockrill launch their new book, Destroying the Laboratory for the Sake of the Experiment.
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In August we’re joining forces with About the Physical Object to help explore their the physicality of books and photographs. We’re adapting our long running project, The Heart Grows Fonder, for a participatory, submissions based, all day event that will allow you to come along and curate and write your own bedtime photostory. About the Physical Object will be at Bold Tendencies August 19th – 21st and we’re looking for submissions now! THGF Bedtime Stories Sat August 20th August. 12 to 5pm Free Entry […]
This July, ahead of Brighton Pride, Miniclick are working with Into the Outside to present a series of talks that speak of the experience of being LGBTQ in 2016.
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Here is the collaboratively photo-illustrated story created by our contributors to the HOME project. In response to this year’s Brighton Festival theme of ‘home’ we initiated a collaborate submissions project exploring collective experiences of returning home, each being an emotive and personal journey we all can relate to. Writer John Morrison wrote us a short story about his experience returning home and our talented participants each responded to a section photographically to create this collectively photo-illustrated piece. The results are below… […]
For the Bicycle Film Festival Brighton, Miniclick need your help to create an audio-visual archive.
Categories: PROJECTS • Tags: bicycle film festival, brighton, cycling, england, film, free, mini click, miniclick, multimedia, open call, photo, photograph, photographer, photography, sussex, talk, video
To launch The School of Miniclick takeover at The Photographers’ Gallery, we’re joined by a series of great speakers.
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As part of The School of Miniclick takeover at The Photographers’ Gallery, Kevin Meredith leads out PE Class with a series of ‘athletic’ events.
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As part of The School of Miniclick takeover at The Photographers’ Gallery, Sofia Smith leads a workshop on text and imagery.
Categories: WORKSHOPS • Tags: brighton, creative writing, england, image, imagery, mini click, miniclick, photo, photograph, photographer, photography, school of miniclick, seminar, sofia kathryn smith, sussex, text, the photographers gallery, the school of miniclick, tpg, writing