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Make and try out your own pinhole camera with photographer Melanie King.
Magnum Photos will be hosting a two day photographic Masterclass, giving limited participants an opportunity to refine their sense of authorship and push their personal boundaries
Wex Photographic staff will be on hand to support you through a specially devised photography shoot.
Simon Roberts, Susan Diab, Chris Stevens and Michael O’Connell tour APEC, an artist-run studio complex and discuss their relationship with photography
Join a member of the Programming team on an informal walking tour of selected BPB14 exhibitions
A day of free talks and workshops for young people, families and adults inspired by Evolving in Conversation
AMC curators Roger Hargreaves and Federica Chiocchetti, provide a tour of Amore e Piombo
AMC curators Roger Hargreaves and Federica Chiocchetti discuss the Amore e Piombo exhibition
Photobookshow Co-Director William Sadowski, guides you through the techniques for creating and producing your own books for your projects
Eugenie Dolberg discusses Open Shutters Iraq, her photographic collaboration with Iraqi women, exploring their experiences of war and the occupation.
Tom Reeves presents and talks about some of the incredible images from the Edward Reeves Studio Archive established by his great grandfather.
Emma Critchley shows her underwater photography series and discusses the physical and mental effect on the senses when immersed.
What is family to you? Young students from the city of Brighton & Hove work with artists to create their own interpretations of family portraits.
Brighton residents from different generations work together to address negative stereotyping.
How can individuals make society change? Five emerging and established photographers work alongside young people to make new work in response to themes of social change.
A day of activities and workshops for all ages celebrating Reeves Studio, believed to be the oldest continuously operated photographic studio in the world
An exhibition of self-published and artist-led photobooks, curated from an open call on the theme Communities, Collectives & Collaboration.
A one-night multi-media festival is brought to Brighton Photo Biennial by Night Contact, showcasing
still and moving works over a variety of spaces
Explore autobiographical accounts, hand-written diaries, photographs and flip books and discover the day-to-day activities and intimate thoughts of individuals across communities.
Inspired by REEF Fabrica screen this West German film directed by Werner Herzog.
Launching Friday 3 October, here’s a chance to submit your photos of Brighton & Hove. We’re looking for images of the city responding to the BPB14 theme: Communities, Collectives & Collaboration
Two locations, two photographers, working together to exchange cultural experiences and perspectives, sharing edits of their work with a single project exploring culture and identity.
An unparalleled collection of photographs made by a group of photographers working for the Rome-based agency Team Editorial Services initiate viewers into the tumultuous era of 1970’s Italy.
Edward Reeves took his first studio portrait in 1855. Today his great- great grandson Tom takes photographs in the same studio.