ONLINE: The Educators with Xanthe Hutchinson, Sally Robinson & Sarah Eyre, 19th Aug ’20

Hello! It’s been a while and we have missed our talks and chats and well… all of you! So we are back and are trying something new. We have been so impressed with the amount of online talks, activities and inspirational content that has sprung up over the last few months but what we really wanted to do was preserve some of the social aspect of our talks and events. We are holding our very first online talk and social with a very special line up of photographic educators and practitioners. To come along you just need to e-mail us and we will send you a link, the talk will be live, with a limited audience and hopefully that will allow us all to ask questions, socialise and keep some of the more intimate community of our usual events.

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Wednesday 19th August, 2020. ONLINE. Virtual doors at 7pm, kicks off at 7:10pm. 

e-mail: Submit@miniclick.co.uk to join us (limited numbers, first come first serve)

Free Entry.

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Xanthe Hutchinson

Xanthe hutchinson is an award winning fine art and fashion photographer working between London and the north of England. Her work centres primarily on change and the liminal body, with particular regard to the adolescence and the trans form.

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Sally Robinson

Sally is a senior lecturer at Leeds Arts University, where she teaches on the BA (Hons) Photography course. She continues to work as an editorial and commercial food photographer and has three times been shortlisted for the Food Photographer of the Year Award. Her practice focuses on images of food in popular culture, and explores the construction of authenticity and myth. She is interested in cookbooks, and the idea of a visual culture which conjures shared social fantasies, perpetuating idealised accounts of domestic life.

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Sarah Eyre

Sarah Eyre is the Course Leader for BA (Hons) Fashion Photography at Leeds Arts University.

She is also a practicing artist working with photography, moving image and collage. Sarah’s work often combines found imagery, her own photography, animation and sculptural artefacts. Her recent projects ‘Wigs’ and ‘Copy / Cut / Paste’ both explore the way that women’s wigs draw attention to the complex relationships between the body, its external presence and our formation of self.

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Wednesday 19th August, 2020. ONLINE. Virtual doors at 7pm, kicks off at 7:10pm. 

e-mail: Submit@miniclick.co.uk to join us (limited numbers, first come first serve)

Free Entry.

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