This July football is coming home. We are exploring the photographic documentation on the sport with talks from Martin Anderson and Flora Maclean. Both of which look at football, the sport, the fans and the scene it has created over the years in very different ways. +++ Wednesday 18th July, 2018. Doors at 6pm, kicks off at 7pm. The Old Market, Brighton. Free Entry. +++ Martin Andersen Martin is an art director, designer and photographer. He is also an academic and teaches at […]
This June we explore the effects of industry with talks from John Spinks and Joseph Murphy. Both photographers take different approaches to exploring the people, the places and the lives that surround industry. +++ Tuesday 26th June, 2018. Doors at 6pm, kicks off at 7pm. Marwoods, Brighton. Free Entry. +++ John Spinks For over 15 years, John Spinks has been photographing the small mining village in North Warwickshire where he spent his childhood. He left the village aged 18 to pursue the […]
In May we are exploring murder. The use of photography as forensic evidence has effected how we see photography as a medium. We hope to explore this relationship further by looking at the work of Rob Ball and his project Scene of Crime. We also have photographer Jack Latham, creator of Sugar Paper Theories, in conversation with Gísli Guðjónsson. The two will explore Gísli’s influence on Jack’s work and his experiences in forensic psychology. +++ Wednesday 2nd May, 2018. Doors at 6pm, kicks […]
To mark the opening of his new exhibition at The Fishing Quarter Gallery, Miniclick will be in discussion with Alexander Missen at the private view, finding out more about his COMMON FUTURES work.
An evening of free photographic discussions in Brighton on the theme of ROBOTS with David Vintiner and Gem Fletcher.
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January seemed like the perfect month to explore escapism. Photography and it’s ability to take you to anywhere in the world has led it to be a tool for escapism. Photographers Bobby Mills and Lucy Bentham have both explored this in there work both in practice and outcome. Join us to hear more about the relationship between photographer, photograph and escape. +++ Monday 22nd January, 2018. Doors at 6pm, kicks off at 7pm. The Old Market, Brighton. Free Entry. +++ […]