Next up in Leeds we have a Carolyn Mendelsohn talking to us about her impressive body of work ‘Being Inbetween’ that explores narrative and the complex transition between childhood and young adulthood. Alongside Carolyn we have our very own Roz Doherty speaking for the first time about her latest body of work exploring female identity in the north. +++ Wednesday 22nd May, 2019. Doors at 6pm, kicks off at 7pm The Brunswick, Leeds Free Entry +++ Carolyn Mendelsohn Carolyn Mendelsohn is a […]
This month in Leeds we have a focus on industry with Chris Mear and Ian Beesley. Looking into documentary approaches to industrial and post industrial Britain, both photographers give a candid insight into a world that many of us are alien to. +++ Wednesday 24th April, 2019. Doors at 6pm, kicks off at 7pm The Brunswick, Leeds Free Entry +++ Chris Mear Christopher Mear is an English photographer who studied at Staffordshire University. Mear uses his photography as a way to […]
The Miniclick photography talks comes to Worthing!
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For our next talk in Leeds we will be exploring our relationship with the natural world. For this we have Liza Dracup talking to us about her atmospheric photography of natural history and her processes of working. Joining Liza is Lucy Ridges, talking us through her subtly abstract portraits and how she creates them. +++ Thursday 21st March, 2019. Doors at 6pm, kicks off at 7pm The Brunswick, Leeds Free Entry +++ Liza Dracup Liza Dracup is a photographer and […]
Kate Radford is a multi-disciplinary artist, polymath and activist based in Hebden Bridge. On the lead up to her performance Drought at Vault Festival, we had a chat about her practice… Your work tackles themes around social change. What is your perspective on activism through art? I think art communicates to people through and beyond the walls of the world that are built around us. It connects us to our imagination, our spirit, our history, our future, in a […]
For our first talk in 2019 in Leeds we are looking into portraiture with two documentary photographers who use photographic practice to explore people and their communities both home and away. +++ Thursday 21st February, 2019. Doors at 6pm, kicks off at 7pm The Brunswick, Leeds Free Entry +++ Jonathan Turner Jonathan is a social documentary photographer, based in Leeds, working all over the north of England. His work focuses on themes of identity and community, social, recreational and professional. His work […]