Online Talk with photographers Carla Pohl and Serge J-F. Levy

In this Zoom talk, photographer Carla Pohl and Serge J-F. Levy will discuss how photography can help us see the world in a new way and how it can help us get through uncertain times.


The focus is on the Photo Fringe 2020 online exhibition "Hanging Around" by Carla Pohl. This work was created during a workshop held by Serge J-F. Levy in April 2020.


Please register for this event by sending an email to fotografie@carlapohl.com.


(The meeting will be recorded)

26 October 2020
18:00

Online

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Artists Peer to Peer Feedback meeting

The Peer to Peer Feedback group is an artist-led group founded by Vera Hadzhiyska in 2018. It is open to emerging and established artists from any discipline.


The PPF group meetings provide a space for artists to share their work in progress and receive honest feedback and support from fellow practitioners.


Join Vera for a relaxed and friendly evening of art discussions. Share your work and receiving constructive feedback.


Meetings are free & will be held on Zoom on 13th and 27th Oct 5-8 pm.

27 October 2020
17:00

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Finntopia – British perspectives on the world's happiest country

Zoom Discussion presented by The Finnish Institute


In 2018, 2019 and 2020, the UN’s World Happiness Report ranked Finland the world's happiest country. What is it about Finland that makes the country so successful and seemingly such a great place to live?

In their new book Finntopia, Danny Dorling and Annika Koljonen explore what we might learn from Finnish success. The world’s happiest country was also the subject of a recent project by Brighton-based photography collective MAP6, showing for Photo Fringe 2020. Nine photographers visited Finland focusing on themes around happiness.

Speakers:

Danny Dorling, Halford Mackinder Professor of Geography at the University of Oxford.
Photographers, Rich Cutler and Paul Walsh, members of MAP6.
Journalist, Annamari Sipilä, London correspondent of Helsingin Sanomat, the biggest newspaper in Finland.

Free Zoom registration at this link

28 October 2020
17:00

Online

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The World We Live In: Contemporary Photography and Capitalism with Estelle Blaschke

Self Publish Be Happy Online Masterclass


2 hour live Zoom, £10


In this masterclass, Estelle Blaschke, professor in media studies at the University of Basel and lecturer at ECAL/University of Art and Design Lausanne, will discuss the entanglement of photography, big data and artificial intelligence as a driving force of today’s capitalist societies. As billions of images are created, shared and archived every day, photography has become a valuable commodity and a currency that shapes many cultural, social and economic practices. Showing examples from industry, business and science, including banking, robotics, policing, mapping and navigation, Estelle argues that since these technologies and applications are becoming increasingly widespread and obscure, the field of contemporary art is the place for addressing, commenting and transcending these issues.


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29 October 2020
17:00

Online

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Mum’s Not the Word Podcast

Melanie Kalay, AKA Yes Mel is a DJ, radio presenter, yoga teacher, wellness coach, advocate in black lives matter and woman's holistic health.



Melanie hosts the MNTW podcast with a women of colour and non-binary agenda, addressing the topics of childfree and childless woman. Guests include Mum's Not the Word participants, Katrina Dixon - Population Matters and Reigate Art School students.


All events are pre-recorded and published online. Follow #mumsnottheword on social media to join the conversation.

31 October 2020
14:00

Online

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PHOTO FRINGE 2020 Symposium

How can photography make a difference?


Join us on Saturday 31 October at 3.30-6pm on Zoom


This is a free event, all welcome


To mark the official end of this year's festival we are collaborating with the University of Sussex’s Centre for Photography and Visual Culture
to host an online symposium to explore how photography can make a difference.


At this critical moment the festival asks: How can photography help us to see the world afresh and help us to envision a fairer, safer, greener, anti-racist world? How can it help us to understand global change? How can photography make change happen?


We have gathered together artists, curators and academics who have all thought deeply about photography’s impact and ethics. Please join us to listen, learn and debate.


Speakers include:


Dr Doris Derby, American activist, documentary photographer, and retired Director of Georgia State University’s Office of African American Student Services and Programs and adjunct associate professor of anthropology
Using photography to inspire and impact societal change


Christine Eyene, art historian, critic and curator and Guild Research Fellow, Contemporary Art, University of Central Lancashire
SUMMER OF PHOTOGRAPHY 2014 and 2018 exhibitions: WHERE WE’RE AT! Other voices on gender and, RESIST! The 1960s protests, photography and visual legacies (BOZAR, Brussels)


Mohini Chandra, artist and lecturer on BA and MA Photography at Plymouth College of Art
New work Paradise Lost examines the complexities of colonial seafaring through the shipwrecks of Devon and Cornwall.

Dr Ben Burbridge, writer, curator and academic based at University of Sussex, UK
– ‘The Best and Worst of What We Can Be’

Elsa van Helfteren, currently studying Contemporary History MA at the University of Sussex
The photographic representation of the 1984-85 Miners’ Strike

Jess Crombie, joint Course Leader, BA (Hons) Documentary Photography and Photojournalism at London College of Communication; consultant and former Global Content Director at Save the Children; and co-author of The People in the Pictures
research
– Image making as partnership, thinking about othering and the opportunity for challenging stereotypes

Taous R. Dahmani, photography historian and PhD fellow at the Panthéon-Sorbonne University Paris, where she teaches 20th-century photography history
On how photography doesn’t make a difference

Free event, all welcome

Hosted in collaboration with the Centre for Photography and Visual Culture, University of Sussex



31 October 2020
15:30

Photo Fringe 2020 Danny Wilson Memorial Awards Ceremony

Join us for the closing event of the festival live on Instagram Live @photofringe.org
Sunday 1 November, 6pm


We will announce the winners of the Danny Wilson Memorial Awards categories:


Professionals' Choice
Trainee Curators' Choice
People's Choice


Find out how to vote for your favourite here


See you there.

1 November 2020
18:00

Instagram

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Past events

Meet the Artist: Barry Falk

Alongside the Undiagnosed exhibition I will be available on certain dates throughout October to discuss the work. If you would like to meet me at the West Buildings Shelter, Marine Parade, Worthing (opposite West Buildings Road), please contact me via Instagram Message or Facebook Messenger: leave your name & time you'd like to meet and I will get to you as soon as possible.


The first date to meet will be Saturday 3rd Oct, from 12pm.


Please keep an eye on my Facebook & Instagram for further dates.

3 October 2020
12:00

West Buildings Shelter
Marine Parade (opposite West Buildings Road)
Worthing
BN14 7ES
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PHOTO FRINGE 2020 Launch Party

Please raise a glass of something special and celebrate the launch of our biggest ever Photo Fringe with us.

We'll be zooming in live from Pheonix Art Space 6-8pm, sharing a whistle-stop tour of some of our shows; introducing new team-members; revealing details of how you can take part in our new Instagram project with Leap then Look and offering a taste of more events in store for October. Enjoy a performance by our OPEN20 SOLO winner Studio Lenca, images from all our exhibitions and DJ sets by Erin James and DJ Mayo.


CLICK HERE FOR ZOOM REGISTRATION

3 October 2020
18:00

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PHOTO FRINGE OPEN20 SOLO: Studio Lenca in conversation

Photo Fringe OPEN20 SOLO winner Studio Lenca in conversation with Patricio Majano, curator and leader of Yes Contemporary, El Savador,


Via Zoom, Sunday 4 October at 12 noon.


CLICK HERE TO REGISTER YOUR FREE PLACE AT THIS ZOOM EVENT


Find out more here


Visit Studio Lenca's Photo Fringe exhibition here.

4 October 2020
12:00

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Brighton Artists Network: Cyanotype Techniques with Charlotte Graham-Spouge

Wednesday 7 October
12 - 1 pm
£ 5


Brighton Artists Network Skill Sharing Session #4

A Skill Sharing Session led by Brighton Artists Network member Charlotte Graham-Spouge. The session includes information on the practicalities of the Cyanotype process, techniques and inspiration from other artists, a demonstration of how to make a print, the opportunity to share your work live and talk with fellow participants in an online forum.

Find more information and book your ticket on eventbrite

7 October 2020
12:00

Online

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Meet the participants of "National Narrative"

In this IG live, the artist Elisa Moris Vai will be in conversation with participants from her project "National Narrative". As a french white female she worked on the legacy of slavery in France, asking young descendants of enslaved people to pose and give a statement. One portrait of the project is on view on the Worthing seafront. Come and ask your questions !
@elisamorisvai

7 October 2020
18:00

Online

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Gil Mualem Doron in an online conversation and a virtual tour with the curator Ghazaleh Zogheib at the exhibition "Cry, the Beloved Country"

Registration for the zoom: https://tinyurl.com/P21ZoomTalk


Join us across countries and time zones to for an in-depth conversation between French/ Palestinian curator Ghazaleh Zogheib and British/Israeli artist Gil Mualem-Doron. We will discuss socially engaged practices vs. studio work, political art in the gallery context and outside it, and survival strategies on the radical fringe of the art world.



Register online and participate in the first of a series of inclusive talks on Mualem-Doron's latest exhibition Cry, the Beloved Country. The event will be open to questions from the audience and will include a virtual tour of the exhibition.



The event is supported by Art Council England and Hub Collective.



The exhibition as at P21 Gallery London until October 17th.


It can be viewed also online here: https://www.crythebelovedcountry.com

7 October 2020
19:00

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The World We Live In: Contemporary Photography and Activism with Mariama Attah

Self Publish Be Happy Online Masterclass


2 hour live Zoom, £10


How is the contemporary photograph used as a site of activism and representation? Whose voices have been left out of history and how can we reinsert them into the narrative? And why is it important to give a platform to these perspectives?


Curator and editor Mariama Attah will share her thoughts on the social responsibility of photography, visual culture and curating, and explore what these areas are showing us about the world at the moment.


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8 October 2020
17:00

Online

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Remember What Binds You: digital gallery tour and Q&A with the artists

Join us for a virtual tour of our 'Remember what binds you' exhibition currently showing at Gallery 40. This 30-minute online tour will be held via zoom (links sent separately) and also includes a Q&A with the artists.


Book your slot and invite up to five other people, we will then send out the zoom links to you individually.


Booking via Eventbrite.
6-8pm BST


9 October 2020
18:00

Online

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In & Of the Land: Digital Journeys Workshop with Ameena Rojee

Sat 10 Oct
10 - 1pm


Meet at Seaford for a circular walk to Cuckmere Haven (4.5miles)


£8

'In & Of the Land’ is an exhibition and series of public events focusing on photographic work created in a way that both represents and looks after the landscape.


Ameena is a portrait and documentary photographer. Community and culture are the cornerstones of her work and she enjoys telling stories about adventure, the outdoors and our relationship with the natural world. In this workshop we will walk the South Downs, mapping the journey using purely digital photographic practices. The practical workshop will culminate with the online creation of a digital zine to be exhibited at Phoenix Arts Space.

For more info and to book your place contact @ameenarojee on Instagram.

10 October 2020
10:00

Seaford

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Launching "Attica"

Mark Pawlak and Julia Horbaschk have worked on an unconverted attic by the sea bringing back light into a dusty dark space. The vision is to showcase work of (unseen) artists and add to the growing creative resurgence in Worthing.

Join us for a tour of the space and celebrate the first stage. There will be opportunities to be involved in future exhibitions/events.

Socially distanced slots for up to 2 people available - please sign up in advance. Steep stairs/loft ladder. Contact for info

10 October 2020
10:30

Abbey Rd
Worthing

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Carry Me Homeward Exhibition Opening

A personal process, shared. An exhibition, in progress. Artists Marguerite Minnot Thomas, Hayleigh Longman and Greta Lorimer present a patchwork conversation of 3 individual relationships with a common thread, Motherhood.


Exploring their own, unique, relationships the exhibition presents a fresh perspective on motherhood from the lens of the child as artist and agent. Their dialogue will highlight differences in conception and technique but unite in a subject that is familiar.


The exhibition opening will be Saturday 10 October 11am - 5pm. Join us in exploring the common threads between the three artists and curating the exhibition. Please book a slot, we would love to see you there!


Printing costs of this exhibition are being supported by BloArt. Find out more at: www.bloart.ch / @blo_art


10 October 2020
11:00

Gallery Lock-In
Little Western Street
Brighton
BN1 2PU
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PHOTO FRINGE 2020 #photographyacts Zoom workshop with Leap Then Look

Join artists Leap Then Look for a playful and collaborative practical session for people of all ages via Zoom. In this free 1 hour workshop, we will work together to explore the ways we can use cameras to rethink the objects and spaces that surround us. Children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult.




CLICK HERE TO REGISTER ON EVENTBRITE


A Zoom link will be sent to participants on the day of the event.


Find out more about the #photographyacts Instagram project for Photo Fringe 2020 here

10 October 2020
14:00

Online

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Cream 2020 Panel Discussion - Artist Career Development

The Crane Kalman Gallery invites you to our Panel Discussion on Career Development.

Each year we organise a panel discussion alongside our graduate show, to support BA graduates and people at the beginning of their career. This year our event will be online, on the gallery's Instagram page. Please tune in at 4pm on the 10th of October at
https://www.instagram.com/cranekalmanbrightongallery

Our speakers will be:

Tori Ferenc, Thomas Moen and Josh Adam Jones

10 October 2020
16:00

Instagram

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Artists Peer to Peer Feedback meeting

The Peer to Peer Feedback group is an artist led group founded by Vera Hadzhiyska in 2018. It is open to emerging and established artists from any discipline.

The PPF group meetings provide a space for artists to share their work in progress and receive honest feedback and support from fellow practitioners.

Join Vera for a relaxed and friendly evening of art discussions. Share your work and receiving constructive feedback.

Meetings are free & will be held on Zoom on 13th and 27th Oct 5-8 pm.

13 October 2020
17:00

Online

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The World We Live In: Contemporary Photography and Queerness with Drew Sawyer

Self Publish Be Happy Online Masterclass


2 hour live Zoom, £10


Art historian and curator Drew Sawyer will present a masterclass on the intersections of queerness and contemporary photography. How did photography help shape LGBT subjectivities and communities during the “gay liberation movement” of the 1960s and 1970s? Subsequently, how have queerness and photography troubled our understanding of gender and sexuality? What does queer mean in the 21st century, and how can photography advance its aims?


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15 October 2020
17:00

Online

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Sketching a Succession - Opening Weekend

Join us for the Opening Weekend of Sketching a Succession.


On Friday 16, Saturday 17 and Sunday 18 October, 12:00-18:00 pm. The artists will be present at the gallery.


Eva Louisa Jonas will also have copies of her new book 'Let's Sketch the Lay of the Land' available, recently published by September Books.


The exhibition is then open from Thursday - Sunday 11:30-17:30 pm until 31 October.


Physical distancing and hygiene measures are in place in the gallery.

16 October 2020
12:00

35 North
35 North Road
Brighton
BN1 1YB
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In & Of the Land: Cyanotype Workshop with Antonia Beard

Sat 17 Oct
10 - 1pm
£8


Meet at Rottingdean walk to Phoenix Art Space (4.5 miles)


'In & Of the Land’ is an exhibition and series of public events focusing on photographic work created in a way that both represents and looks after the landscape.

Antonia is a multidisciplinary artist with a background in textiles. She creates site-responsive sculptures and installations by engaging with the materials she finds in different locations. In this workshop, we will explore the natural and human habitats of Brighton's seafront, using the cyanotype process, recycled textiles and found materials, in a collaborative exchange between the group and our environment.

Oct 16, online, 6 - 7 pm introduction to Cyanotype's and preparing the mix.

more info and book tickets on eventbrite


All materials provided

17 October 2020
10:00

Rottingdean

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Impressions Gallery Photobook Fair 2020

Back with a twist, for the first time, Impressions Gallery's Photobook Fair will be entirely online, offering a digital feast of international publishers, virtual stalls, talks, book launches, workshops and more.

The theme this year is PHOTO-ACTIVISM, with events tackling representation, communities, photo-collectives, and how photography can be used to make change. Headline talks ( see below) include Antwaun Sargent, author of The New Black Vanguard; Isola Press, who will be discussing their forthcoming book on the radical Rio Tape/Slide community project in 1980s East London; and ReFramed, the recently-formed Midlands-based photography network for Black, Asian and other people of colour.

11am - 4.30pm
Find out more at impressions-gallery.com

17 October 2020
11:00

Online

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Impressions Gallery Photobook Fair 2020: Rio Tape/Slide Archive

Alan Denney and Tamara Stoll discuss their new book The Rio Tape/Slide Archive, published by Isola Press, in conversation with Anne McNeill, Director of Impressions Gallery. Part of Impressions Gallery’s Online Photobook Fair 2020.

The Tape/Slide Newsreel Group was an adult education project that met in the basement of the Rio Cinema in Dalston, East London. It taught young, mostly unemployed, locals photography and sound-recording skills and sent them out to report on Hackney life. The resulting ’newsreels’ were then shown on the big screen before the main feature.

The recently rediscovered slides are a snapshot of Hackney in the 1980s and show the borough’s diverse, working-class communities as they endured the day-to-day hardships of Margaret Thatcher’s Britain.

11.30 am - 12.10pm on Zoom
free/donations welcome
booking essential
more info and booking at this link




17 October 2020
11:30

Online

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Sketching a Succession - Opening Weekend


Join us for the Opening Weekend of Sketching a Succession.

On Friday 16, Saturday 17 and Sunday 18 October, 12:00-18:00 pm. The artists will be present at the gallery.

Eva Louisa Jonas will also have copies of her new book 'Let's Sketch the Lay of the Land' available, recently published by September Books.

The exhibition is then open from Thursday - Sunday 11:30-17:30 pm until 31 October.

Physical distancing and hygiene measures are in place in the gallery.

17 October 2020
12:00

35 North
35 North Rd
Brighton
BN1 1YB
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Open Studio: From the Land Plenty, From the Sea Health

Photographs by Steve Gallagher conceived and developed while in Covid-19 lockdown, celebrating the richness of our local flora, and the dynamism and drama of the coastal waters around us. Based on the Latin motto for Worthing, ‘Ex terra copiam e mari salutem’, the exhibition contrasts minutely detailed flower studies with powerful and captivating seascapes encouraging us to look closer at our surroundings and environment. This is Steve Gallagher's first year participating in Photo Fringe.


Saturday 17 - Sunday 18 October


12-5pm
Book timed entry via eventbrite

17 October 2020
12:00

Ham Road Studio
6 Ham Road
Worthing
BN11 2QX
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Impressions Gallery Photobook Fair 2020: ReFramed: Activism and Publishing

ReFramed, the Midlands-based photography network for Black, Asian and people of colour, discuss activism and publishing. Featuring Andrew Jackson, Anand Chhabra and Jagdish Patel, chaired by Sebah Chaudhry. Programmed as part of Impressions Gallery’s Online Photobook Fair 2020.

ReFramed has been established by a team of award-winning photographers and curators who believe that visual arts can play a critical role in shaping civic and contemporary attitudes, initiating collaborative conversations, and changing prevailing thoughts about race, our local environment and our communities.


1 - 1.40pm on Zoom
free/donations welcome
booking essential
more info and booking at this link

17 October 2020
13:00

Online

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Mum's Not the Word - Denise Felkin in Conversation with Jennie Ricketts & Maroussia Mbaye

When shooting Mum’s Not the Word, Denise Felkin found it challenging to find participants from different ethnic backgrounds. Whereas white women would readily volunteer, she had to go out of her way to include other participants; many said no.

Denise Felkin joins Jennie Ricketts, childfree herself, in conversation with Maroussia Mbaye, a photographer who works with women who have experienced unwanted pregnancies in Senegal, West Africa, to discuss cultural expectations of women in society today

17 October 2020
14:00

Online

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Book Signing: Nick Waplington - Anaglypta 1980-2020

Jane & Jeremy are honoured to have Nick Waplington signing copies of his new book ‘Anaglypta 1980-2020’ published by our good friends Jesus Blue Books from 3-5pm.

We’ll be open from 2.30 to 5.30pm


If you can RSVP to hello@jane-jeremy.co.uk that would be great. Please keep to social distancing rules and if you can wear a mask that would be brilliant!

17 October 2020
15:00

Nice Books! by Jane & Jeremy
61 St George’s Road
Brighton
BN2 1EF
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Impressions Gallery Photobook Fair 2020: Antwaun Sargent In Conversation

The acclaimed New York-based curator and writer Antwaun Sargent discusses his recently published book The New Black Vanguard: Photography between Art and Fashion, with Pippa Oldfield, Head of Programme at Impressions Gallery. Part of Impressions Gallery’s Online Photobook Fair 2020.

The book presents artists, whose vibrant portraits and conceptual images fuse the genres of art and fashion photography in ways that break down long-established boundaries. Their work has been widely consumed in traditional lifestyle magazines, ad campaigns, and museums, as well as on their individual social-media channels, reinfusing the contemporary visual vocabulary around beauty and the body with new vitality and substance.


3 - 3.40pm on Zoom
free/donations welcome
booking essential
more info and booking at this link

17 October 2020
15:00

Online

Sunday chat with Eva Kalpadaki about her show 'Brighton In The Corona Age'

Join the artist Eva Kalpadaki for a Sunday morning online chat to discuss her photographic exhibition ‘Brighton In The Corona Age’.
This is an informal artist talk where you can get the chance to ask the artist any questions about her show and her practice in general. Also, you are encouraged to contribute to the discussion with your own observations, comments, and experience from living in Brighton during the coronavirus lockdown.
Email Eva with your interest at ekalpadakigr@yahoo.com

18 October 2020
11:00

Online

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Sketching a Succession Opening Weekend

Join us for the Opening Weekend of Sketching a Succession.


On Friday 16, Saturday 17 and Sunday 18 October, 12:00-18:00 pm. The artists will be present at the gallery.



Eva Louisa Jonas will also have copies of her new book 'Let's Sketch the Lay of the Land' available, recently published by September Books.


The exhibition is then open from Thursday - Sunday 11:30-17:30 pm until 31 October.



Physical distancing and hygiene measures are in place in the gallery.

18 October 2020
12:00

35 North
35 North Rd
Brighton
BN1 1YB
Map

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Open Studio: From the Land Plenty, From the Sea Health

Photographs by Steve Gallagher conceived and developed while in Covid-19 lockdown, and celebrating the richness of our local flora, and the dynamism and drama of the coastal waters around us. Based on the Latin motto for Worthing, ‘Ex terra copiam e mari salutem’, the exhibition contrasts minutely detailed flower studies with powerful and captivating seascapes encouraging us to look closer at our surroundings and environment. This is Steve Gallagher's first year participating in Photo Fringe.


Saturday 17 - Sunday 18 October


12-5pm
Book timed entry via eventbrite

18 October 2020
12:00

Ham Road Studio
6 Ham Road
Worthing
BN11 2QX
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'Nothing and Everything Happened' online exhibition launch

Join festival director Claire Wearn and Pryzma Collective member for an in conversation to launch the debut exhibition by the Pryzma Collective. 'Nothing and Everything Happened' is a physical exhibition that takes place from Tues 20 - Sun 25 October at the Regency Townhouse.


Head over to the Photo Fringe Instagram account to join us live.

20 October 2020
18:00

Online

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Online Talk with JF Manicom, curator, International Slavery Museum, Liverpool

The talk will be on Zoom ; please sign in for this event by sending an email at elisa@elisamorisvai.com

In this talk, the artist Elisa Moris Vai discusses with Jean François Manicom the legacies of slave trade and slavery and how artists adress them. Mr Manicom is french, coming from Guadeloupe, he is a well known photographer, videomaker, and curator. Working at Memorial ACTe, the Carribean Center of Expression of Slavery and the slave trade since 2012, he directed and curated in 2015 the first International Festival of Caribbean Visual Art. He has been curator at ISM since 2016.

21 October 2020
18:00

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The World We Live In: Contemporary Photography and the Environment with Kim Knoppers

Self Publish Be Happy Online Masterclass


2 hour live Zoom, £10


The Covid19 pandemic prompts us to think about humans as the dominant and invasive species in an ecosystem that is under pressure. Our disenchanted, secular and rational world has little room for magic and for sensitivity to flora and fauna for their own sake.


Curator, writer and art historian Kim Knoppers will take us on her own journey in search of a closer connection with the earth and non-human beings through photography. How can we reconnect with the great conversation between humans and the rest of nature? In this Masterclass Knoppers tries to find out how the camera is used to create an animated language of images that attempts to engage our being with the earth and non-humans.


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22 October 2020
17:00

Online

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SEAS-SAN talks: Black Art Histories and Futures

In celebration of Black History Month, please join us for a free online discussion on Black Art Histories and Futures


The event will include a presentation of works from SEAS and Photovoice's Black History Month/Photo Fringe exhibition plus a Q&A with Judith Ricketts and Dr. Mualem-Doron, SEAS creative director. This event will be facilitated on Zoom by Susuana Amoah


Judith Ricketts (she/her) MSc, MA. Artist, is a lecturer and creative coder, specialising in mobile, screen-based playful interactive games in immersive and real-world spaces. Her practice uses photography, moving image, creative coding, augmented reality, virtual reality and data analytics for narrative and conversation-based serious games with a focus on storytelling for social change. Commissioned by SEAS, Ricketts created for SEAS the work Haze as part of Black History Month / Photo Fringe exhibition.

If you have any access requirement or questions please email hi@seasbrighton.org

Event image credit: Air Time (2019), Judith Ricketts - air time, storytelling using mixed media, augmented reality and visual markers to tell stories about the city, in the city. September 2019 (Hastings


Please register for this free event via eventbrite at this link:



23 October 2020
18:00

Online

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In & Of the Land: Capturing the Environment with Capturing The Chimera

Sat 24 Oct
10 - 1pm

£8

How to create work that engages with the landscape. This online workshop will guide you through engaging your creative practice with what connects you to the land. 'In & Of the Land’ is an exhibition and series of public events focusing on photographic work created in a way that both represents and looks after the landscape.

Capturing the Chimera is made up of Sofia Smith and Bryony Good, they provide bespoke educational experiences focussing on their respective areas of interest and expertise, creative writing and photography. They aim to provide a creative educational space where the participants of their events and workshops can experience interesting and innovative ways of learning.

More info and book tickets on eventbrite

24 October 2020
10:00

Online

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In & Of the Land: Talks & Tour with Matt Slater, Ameena Rojee & Nettie Edwards

Sat 24 Oct
3 - 5pm


An online talk and exhibition tour focusing on photographic work created in a way that both represents and looks after the landscape.

Artist Bryony Good will give an indepth virtual tour of the exhibiton In & of The Land on at Phoenix Art Space. Giving you an insight into the process of making the works in the show and the considerations behind them.The works of Nettie Edwards, Ameena Rojee and Matt Slater, are rooted in the landscape and explore our relationships with nature, bringing consciousness and consideration to the act of caregiving towards the environments they work in.

booking via eventbrite

Free / Donations welcome

24 October 2020
15:00

Online

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Free Brighton Photography Workshop for Beginners

As part of the Brighton Photo Fringe, I'm offering a free 2-hour outdoors photography workshop for a group of 5 beginners/improvers

I'd like to teach you the 1st step of moving from fully automatic mode to your camera's 'creative modes'.

You'll learn about your camera's Aperture setting - how the aperture works, what it does to your photos and how to use it creatively for different subject matters.

We'll start with a little bit of learning and follow it with some fun exercises

25 October 2020
09:30

Brighton & Hove Seafront
TBC
Brighton

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The Streets Where Foxes Hide

Niagara Falls Projects presents artist Reinis Lismanis and curator Tom Laver in conversation about his practice and the themes underpinning the exhibition 'The Streets Where Foxes Hide', 24 October - 8 November, at the Dorset Place Gallery.


This will be an online event via Instagram live.


Full details of the event and exhibition via our social media link.

25 October 2020
11:00

Instagram

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