online: female narratives with clare gallagher and torz dallison, 28th jan ’21

To kick start 2021, we are joined by Clare Gallagher and Torz Dallison exploring female narratives. Join us online to hear the stories and ideas behind their work.

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Thursday 28th January 2021. ONLINE. Virtual doors at 7pm, kicks off at 7:10pm. 

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

Free Entry.

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Clare Gallagher

Clare Gallagher is a Northern Irish artist whose work focuses on the ordinary, everyday experiences of home.

A photography lecturer since 2003, she teaches on the BA, MFA and PhD programmes at the Belfast School of Art, Ulster University. Clare is also an academic researcher and completed a PhD using photography and video to research the hidden work of home and family.

Clare’s book The Second Shift was named as one of The Guardian’s top 15 photobooks of 2019 and her work has been exhibited internationally, including in Finland, Lithuania, Italy and Ireland in 2020.

Torz Dallison

Torz Dallison is a Sussex based fine art photographer and printer. Her work focuses on the maternal, exploring family connections and life’s transitions.

Working in large format, Torz favours slow photography for the impact it has on the intensity between the photographer and the sitter. In her practice this often means the mother and child. Torz is currently undertaking a photography MA at Brighton where she is working on Held, a personal project exploring the connection between her eldest daughter and her late mother.  

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Thursday 28th January 2021. ONLINE. Virtual doors at 7pm, kicks off at 7:10pm. 

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

Free Entry.

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