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Become a Photoworks Friend and receive a Festival in a box and more this Autumn!

Photoworks Festival 2020 – Propositions for Alternative Narratives – can be experienced as a photography festival in a box. It is a unique and limited edition object; a portable festival where you become the curator and decide where and how to install it.

You can only get your Festival in a box by becoming a Photoworks Friend. Sign up here.

The box includes artworks by Farah Al Qasimi, Lotte Andersen, Poulomi Basu, Roger Eberhard, Ivars Gravlejs, Pixy Liao, Alix Marie, Ronan Mckenzie, Sethembile Msezane, Alberta Whittle and Guanyu Xu, and a manifesto by Queer History Now.

Each of the artworks can be installed on your own walls: at home, in your office, in a gallery, in your classroom or with your community. There are an infinite amount of ways in which you can install the festival. Use nails, tape or clips to hang in your preferred space. There is a wall label for each, giving you more information about the artist and their work.

Photoworks Friends also have free access to talks and workshops taking place as part of Photoworks Festival. Sign up now and come to all the festival events for no further cost! 

In return, as a Photoworks Friend, you will also receive: 

  • the current issue of Photoworks Annual sent directly to your door (please note, Annual 26 is now sold out but we will send an annual of your choice from our back catalogue)
  • 20% off the full range of books, prints and editions in the Photoworks shop
  • a first look at a wide range of Photoworks digital content before anyone else 
  • the opportunity to buy a yearly Photoworks fundraising edition before anyone else 
  • behind-the-scenes news and insights 
  • Invitations to special events hosted by Photoworks and our partners

Become a Photoworks Friend here.

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