The Miniclick photography talks comes to Worthing!
Categories: brighton, WORKSHOPS • Tags: bryony good, colonnade house, documentary, free, Jim Stephenson, landscape, Lauren joy kennett, nasa, peer, photo, photographer, photographers, photography, portfolio, portrait, review, sandra harper, space, sussex, worthing
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 […]
Miniclick join forces with Photobookshow, Rain Goggles and Fabrica for an evening of films, music, photographer and support.
Categories: brighton, EVENTS, FILMS • Tags: brighton, england, europe, fabrica, feedback, film, free, harley weir, migration, music, photobookshow, rain goggles, refugee, review, screening, the other side of hope, uk
Miniclick present United & Industrious, a new experimental exhibition and series of workshops for Brighton Photo Fringe, 2018.
Categories: brighton, EVENTS, EXHIBITIONS, WORKSHOPS • Tags: biennial, brighton, brighton photo biennial, brighton photo fringe, exhibition, experiment, fringe, participatory, public, regency town house, united and industrious
In September Miniclick looks at the use of humour in photographic storytelling with Annie Collinge and Rottingdean Bazaar, plus a live set from stand up William Stone.
Categories: brighton, EVENTS • Tags: annie collinge, art, brighton, comedy, discussion, free, humour, lecture, photo, photographer, photography, rottingdean bazaar, stand up, standup, sussex, talk, William stone