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Grain presentation for APHE at BCU January 2015

Nicola Shipley presents the work of GRAIN Photography network at APHE conference at BCU January 2015

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Grain presentation for APHE at BCU January 2015

  1. 1. Photography Hub and Network
  2. 2. AIMS • Identify and address the needs in the sector • Produce a range of new interventions • Build an ambitious and sustainable programme • Create new collaborations and partnerships • Be regional, national and international • Promote photographic excellence • Build new relationships with the private sector • Develop new audiences and markets
  3. 3. Brain Griffin; Face to Face, A Retrospective
  4. 4. www.taketothestreetsbirmingham.co.uk
  5. 5. Magnum Sport - London 2012
  6. 6. www.grainphotographyhub.co.uk @grainphotohub hello@grainphotographyhub.co.uk
  7. 7. GRAIN Largest photography survey in the city and region to consult with photography audiences and artists
  8. 8. Exhibition and Publication of new work
  9. 9. Tom Hunter ‘Findings’ Commission
  10. 10. Album 31; Sophy Rickett & Bettina von Zwehl
  11. 11. The City of Six Towns – Mark Power
  12. 12. Artist Commission; Mat Collishaw
  13. 13. 4 days, 120 photographers, 55 international galleries, 24,000 visitors
  14. 14. Reference Works – Guangzhou, China
  15. 15. Artists Exchange and Exhibition
  16. 16. Photo Book Commission Broomberg & Chanarin; a response to the photography archive Stereograph, from the Sir Benjamin Stone Collection, Library of Birmingham
  17. 17. Artists Talks
  18. 18. Continuing Professional Development, Mentoring, Internships and Advice Sessions
  19. 19. Artists In Residencies
  20. 20. National and International Collaborations e.g. Format International Photography Festival
  21. 21. 5plus5 Exhibition Exchange
  22. 22. Open Courses and Portfolio Development and Review
  23. 23. Business Development Programme
  24. 24. National Photography Symposium
  25. 25. The State of Photography Symposium at the Library of Birmingham, 23 January 2015 Exploring, debating and reviewing how photographers and photography practice develops, responds and thrives in the current challenging times Credit: by Martin Parr, at DMB and Magnum Photos
  26. 26. Research Partnerships with Birmingham City University, University of Birmingham and Coventry University
  27. 27. Many Thanks Any Questions?

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