Archive for tag: photography

NewFotoScapes by Jonathan Shaw 29th January 2015 7pm (Doors open 6pm)  Entry fee: £4 (Free for ICVL Members) at IC-Visual Lab   Photography has never been a more dominant and embedded part of contemporary culture than it is now. The Internet, digital technology and social media have amplified our ability to connect and build communities, and sharing and communication of images has facilitated an exponential growth in picture capture and digital distribution. NEWFOTOSCAPES seeks to navigate the evolving topography surrounding the image in ...

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Last week we kicked off our new programme of events & workshops with a great turn-out. Very nice to see the space alive again after the Summer break, the new shelves and bookcases were brighting and filled with a fantastic selection of books, the bookshop was boiling but we had some beer to cold it down. The opening event was dominated by the expectation of seeing and listening at one of the oldest active photographers, the master David Goldblatt (b.1930). It ...

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PROPAGANDA. ZINE-MAKING WORKSHOP with Lewis Bush. NEW DATE 29th November 2014 10am to 4.30pm ; £62 (£52 students/ICVL MEMBERS)   Learn a little about the history of propaganda photography and collage and their use in photo books before diving into making some of your own. Choose a topic that matters to you then harvest and print images from the internet to rework and collage into a small propaganda zine of your own. All the materials and tools to produce the zines will ...

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Portraiture Workshop with Kirsty Mackay 27th September 2014 10am to 4.30pm Portrait photographer Kirsty Mackay will hold this one-day workshop on portrait photography. Kirsty has specialised in portrait photography for the past 15 years. The course will cover interior and street portraits, using window light and daylight. Through a series of practical exercises you will learn how to light your subject, how to make people feel at ease in front of your camera and how to make photographing ...

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