The last few months have been a unique period of time, singular in our lifetimes. We’ve had to find ways to adjust our day-to-days, to look after ourselves and those around us, find new routines and reflect on the important things. Many photographers have used their practice to makes sense of it all. We first became aware of Jamie Sinclair’s work through his ‘Unrequited Love’ project, a gently emotional project about a ballet dancer and what it means to give […]
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 […]
Miniclick’s Soapbox returns to London with 5 quick-fire photography talks in one evening.
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To launch The School of Miniclick takeover at The Photographers’ Gallery, we’re joined by a series of great speakers.
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Along with UWE’s graduating students, Miniclick present an evening of talks and discussion in London from Sian Davey, Jon Tonks, Daniel Meadows and Josh Lustig.
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For one weekend in June, The Miniclick Photography Talks take of The Photographers Gallery.
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Last year we started doing our Soapbox event in London and they were a huge hit! Short talks by five different photographers in a packed pub each night. In the midst of a busy Winter schedule we had to pause them for a bit, so we’re delighted to announce their return this April in Hackney! Each speaker is given 20 slides, with 20 seconds on each slide, which leads to some fast paced, informal short talks and plenty of chances […]
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To coincide with International Women’s Day and the Women of the World Festival at London’s Southbank Centre, we’re hosting a very special incarnation of our ongoing project, The Heart Grows Fonder, at The Feminist Library in London. The event will also feature a screening of Lynn Hershman Leeson’s film !Women Art Revolution. Join us for fe(mail)… +++ Saturday 12th March. Midday to 6pm. The Feminist Library, London. Although entry is free, we suggest a donation to The Feminist Library to help them maintain their […]
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