Information and discussion on all aspects of British photographic history
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Photographing the City builds on the success of the 2009 Visual Literacy Series – Staging, Manipulation and Photographic Truth. This year there will be two major events based on Photography and the City.
contextualise the city, its development and inhabitants and consider ways in which the city and its social …
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A perfect introduction to historic photographic processes. This one day workshop covers the beginnings of camera-less photography and will allow you to develop your skills and knowledge into the printing process that started it all. This is William Henry Fox Talbot’s first photographic process, the photogenic drawing, the basis for all photographic printing that came later.…Continue
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Entanglements with Colour. An evening of talks celebrating the world-changing scientific discoveries of James Clerk Maxwell during his time at King's College London, on the 150th anniversary of his demonstration of the first colour photograph at Kings College, London.
Speakers: Basil Mahon, Maxwell Biographer; Professor Frank James, Royal Institution; Mr William…
De Montfort University is pleased to announce the availability of one Wilson Fellowship for its innovative MA course in Photographic History and Practice. The Fellowship offers £5,000 toward the defrayal of tuition and other costs related to the MA and is open to all students from the UK, EU and international. To apply for the Wilson Fellowship, please submit a piece of recent writing on photographic history no longer than 10,000 words, in English, to the Admissions Committee.
The Photographers’ Gallery is due to reopen in a transformed space at Ramillies St in late 2011/early 2012, providing, for the first time in our history, artists, audiences and our funders with the high calibre facilities expected of a photography space in the 21st century. Opportunities for effective fundraising from the corporate, private, and public sector will be dramatically improved through the new facilities on offer.
Reporting to the Director and working closely with the 3…Continue
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