We got a lot of great feedbacks to our PhotoCafe' SOCIAL.
Thank you for making a special night.
We would also say a big thank you to all the photographers that gave us the chance to see their work:
We will give updates soon about the next appointment.
See you in 2017.
Friday, 28 October 2016
PHOTOCAFE’ SOCIAL - 30.11.2016
Sharing and Showcasing Work
Our pre-Xmas event is a forum for photographers, artists and enthusiasts to share their work and a place to meet, talk and socialise. We are inviting you to submit a photographic project with 10 to 20 images that we will feature in a video presentation.
The submissions will be shown all together with a soundtrack.
The selected artists will be invited to tell the story behind a photograph from his/her series in a micro presentation of 5 minutes.
10 Artists will be selected at this time, please submit images at email@example.com until 20th November.
File Type: JPEG
Pixel Dimensions: at least 1080 pixels in height.
Please mention your name and the image you will talk about.
Tuesday, 4 October 2016
Monday, 19 September 2016
Posted by PHOTOCAFE' at 19:04
PHOTO CAFÉ is an informal discussion and meeting place, an event that invites speakers and participants to discuss ideas, debate topics around contemporary photography issues and network with others.
The event is for photographers, artists with a photographic practice and students and general public with an interest in the subject. PHOTO CAFÉ will feature a breadth of photographers and artists talking about their work, ideas, audiences and engagement.
PHOTO CAFÉ takes place at Purecraft Bar.
Located downstairs, the room has seating for 50 and capacity for up to 70 people.
Food and drink can be ordered from the dedicated bar. The room can only be accessed from the main bar stairs.
PHOTO CAFÉ is a new programme of informal photography and arts talks with time for Q&A and debate built in. With no prior knowledge needed, the events are a chance to socialise, relax and enjoy learning about contemporary photography practice and research.
Room opens at 6pm for 7pm start and finishes at 9pm.
Posted by PHOTOCAFE' at 18:46