This is a student run exhibition that will showcase our last modules work. Its completely voluntary and I think it will be really interesting because we all have our work made unlike our previous exhibition, and therefore we will be focusing more on the other elements. After being Curator for the last showcase, I want to use some of my other skills and take on a new role to develop new and existing skills.
We had to create a website for one of our modules, so we were able to sign up and create one basic page with our new domain name. However, I didn’t want it to stop there, I wanted to create a professional website that I can use on my business cards, social media and can give to anyone who is interested in what I do.
Hashtag Photography Magazine// ‘The Top Six Uk Photo Exhibitions Happening this Spring’ // March 2016
This post is something different that I haven’t done before; a whole post on a selection of exhibitions. It’s an exciting opportunity; I can really research and incorporate my own style in to it!
Pete Brooks is an independent writer and curator, mainly focusing on prisons, and he uses photography as a key way to talk, inform and debate the issues revolving around prisons. Coventry University were lucky enough to have him not only come in but to also give a workshop. I went to both the talk and the first workshop of the day.
So the Natural Collection is been given an exhibition space at Lancaster Library and I’m so excited to get started!
So everyone has to undertake an exhibition for their module in my class, as you may have known mine is Trace, but there are three others that are happening. For me this is a really important part of the whole thing, going to everyone else’s and comparing and seeing what I can take from there’s that I didn’t. It’s a good way to review progress, learn new things and broaden my knowledge in photography.
I’m so sad the exhibitions over, its been a huge success and was so much fun. However there’s one thing we need to crack on with; working with the community.