leeds: talk with amelia bostan and niámh donnelly, 22nd may 22

Cancelled due to pesky covid back in March, we are pleased to have our celebration of International Women’s Day rearranged, albeit a few months late! We have two female photographers talking to us about their work, endeavours and the women who help shape them.

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Sunday 22nd May, 2022. Doors at 3pm, kicks off at 4pm 

Headrow House (First floor), Leeds

Free Entry

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Amelia Boston

Amelia Boston is a Yorkshire based photographer specialising in social landscape photography. Her latest research project surrounds an archive from the 1970s, photographs taken by her mother and partner during their involvement with the British subculture the ‘New Romantics’. The project explores vernacular photography’s relationship with ritual behaviour, and how the photographic act transformed its subject and makers when they became an image. Amelia is also the Director of Pupil Sphere, a platform for student and graduate photographers and owns a cafe and creative space in Doncaster, Boston & Co.

Niámh Donnelly

Niamh is a Wakefield born and based photographic artist whose practice revolves around the importance of community and sensitivity. Her images are characterised as tender approaches to documenting and understanding the world around her. Niamh’s practice often spills over into publishing, production and curation, which compliments her work within The Merrie Collective, and as an Editorial Assistant at Pupil Sphere. 

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Sunday 22nd May, 2022. Doors at 3pm, kicks off at 4pm 

Headrow House (First floor), Leeds

Free Entry

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