The Miniclick photography talks comes to Worthing!
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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 […]
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 […]
Next up for our Leeds talks we have a little entertainment from Graeme Oxby and David Severn. Join us to explore the documenting of traditional British entertainment, leisure and showmanship from Elvis impersonators to Bingo halls. +++ Tuesday 8th May, 2018. Doors at 6pm, kicks off at 7pm. The Brunswick, Leeds. Free Entry. +++ Graeme Oxby Yorkshire born Graeme Oxby is a photographer, film maker and lecturer whose work has been published in the last year by The Guardian, The Times […]
An evening of free photographic discussions in Brighton on the theme of ROBOTS with David Vintiner and Gem Fletcher.
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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 […]