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
In August 2018, Miniclick present two talks on MINERALS from Alexandra Lethbridge and Tamsin Green.
Categories: brighton, EVENTS • Tags: alexandra lethbridge, ally lethbridge, born of the purest parents, brighton, discussion, free, lecture, minerals, photo, photobook, photographer, photography, talk, tamsin green, the meteorite hunter
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.
Categories: brighton, EVENTS • Tags: android, april, brighton, David Vintiner, discussion, documentary, free, gem fletcher, humaniod, lecture, photo, photographer, photography, portrait, robot, robots, talk, transhuman
Miniclick’s final photography talk in Yorkshire for 2017 looks at the Earth and the Stars with Melanie King and Al Brydon.
Categories: yorkshire • Tags: al brydon, cosmos, discussion, earth, free, landscape, lecture, Leeds, melanie king, moon, photo, photographer, photography, space, stars, talk, the brunswick, village, yorkshire
Back in September Miniclick looked at the themes of resistance, protest and strikes with two socially minded photographers, Janine Wiedel and Homer Sykes. In an interview with Homer Sykes, he elaborates on his practice past and present. Some of your images from the 70’s highlight the fragility and division of the class system in Britain. Do you think this depiction is harder to recognise when taking photographs today? Yes it probably is. During the 1970s there was a very distinct […]