FPN – Identity, Connection, Place

FPN - Identity, Connection, Place

fpnexhibit.com – exhibition and talk in collaboration with SLP.

The exhibition showcases work by sixteen artists from Canada and the UK who participated in the online FPN @feministphotographynetwork peer-to-peer residencies which ran in 2017, 2020, and 2021. Artists include Ida Arentoft, Clea Christakos-Gee, Raquel Diniz, Helen Jones, Hannah Laycock, Jennifer Long, Gina Lundy, Sarah Mangialardo, Margaret Mitchell, Flannery O’Kafka, , Clare Samuel, Kate Schneider, Arpita Shah,, Farihah Aliyah Shah, , Stacey Tyrell, & Nilupa Yasmin. with writing by Aldeide Delgado, Lodoe Laura, Heather Rigg.

FPN - Identity, Connection, Place

fpnexhibit.com – exhibition and talk in collaboration with SLP.

The exhibition showcases work by sixteen artists from Canada and the UK who participated in the online FPN @feministphotographynetwork peer-to-peer residencies which ran in 2017, 2020, and 2021. Artists include Ida Arentoft, Clea Christakos-Gee, Raquel Diniz, Helen Jones, Hannah Laycock, Jennifer Long, Gina Lundy, Sarah Mangialardo, Margaret Mitchell, Flannery O’Kafka, , Clare Samuel, Kate Schneider, Arpita Shah,, Farihah Aliyah Shah, , Stacey Tyrell, & Nilupa Yasmin. with writing by Aldeide Delgado, Lodoe Laura, Heather Rigg.

‘Ode to Oikos’ exhibition for Nairn Book and Arts Festival and FLOW Photofest

‘Ode to Oikos’ exhibition for Nairn Book and Arts Festival and FLOW Photofest

nairnfestival.co.uk/festival-archive/2021-2

Evija Laiviņa and myself have co-curated an exhibition, ‘Ode to Oikos’, for Nairn Book and Arts Festival and FLOW Photofest. Both of these wonderful festivals are on for the month of September in Nairn and across the Highlands & Islands.

It’s a real pleasure to be part of something like this amidst what has been quite a life changing couple of years for us all, collectively. Putting art into the ether really does make the heart sing and we invite you to get your heart singing along with us!

‘Ode to Oikos’ is on 6th to 30th September 2021.

As part of the Nairn Book and Arts Festival opening the Duchess of Cornwall, Camilla Parker-Bowles came to say hello at our exhibition.

‘Ode to Oikos’ exhibition for Nairn Book and Arts Festival and FLOW Photofest

nairnfestival.co.uk/festival-archive/2021-2

Evija Laiviņa and myself have co-curated an exhibition, ‘Ode to Oikos’, for Nairn Book and Arts Festival and FLOW Photofest. Both of these wonderful festivals are on for the month of September in Nairn and across the Highlands & Islands.

It’s a real pleasure to be part of something like this amidst what has been quite a life changing couple of years for us all, collectively. Putting art into the ether really does make the heart sing and we invite you to get your heart singing along with us!

‘Ode to Oikos’ is on 6th to 30th September 2021.

As part of the Nairn Book and Arts Festival opening the Duchess of Cornwall, Camilla Parker-Bowles came to say hello at our exhibition.

What You Do Not See – Exhibition

More to uS – Commission (Portraits)

More to uS - Commission (Portraits)

More to uS celebrates the individual achievements of people living with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) and highlights how they have overcome challenges related to their disease to accomplish their personal goals.
More to uS aims to redefine the perception and the conversation around MS progression, by speaking openly about progression in all types of MS. We want to empower people with MS to have better and more informative conversations with their healthcare professionals about the physical, cognitive, visible and invisible changes that might indicate that their MS is progressing.

More to uS - Commission (Portraits)

More to uS celebrates the individual achievements of people living with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) and highlights how they have overcome challenges related to their disease to accomplish their personal goals.
More to uS aims to redefine the perception and the conversation around MS progression, by speaking openly about progression in all types of MS. We want to empower people with MS to have better and more informative conversations with their healthcare professionals about the physical, cognitive, visible and invisible changes that might indicate that their MS is progressing.

Looking Out – The BirdHouse Photography Collective Online Exhibition

Looking Out - The BirdHouse Photography Collective Online Exhibition

‘Looking Out’ an exhibition by the BirdHouse Photography Collective. Their first Virtual exhibition. Ten Moray based Photographers respond to their experiences during this period of Lockdown we have all been travelling through.

The BirdHouse Collective have a common interest in ‘photography’ interpreted in its widest sense.
The collective are a group of creatives working with photography.
They share a goal to explore the creative possibilities of photography and story-telling from new perspectives, unrestrained by technology and current fashion they choose to experiment with both digital, analogue and cameraless techniques.
They share the view that the method and process by which a photograph is made is integral but not a limitation.
The group was set up to give a collective platform for discussion and sharing of new work, ideas, skills as well as resources.
The collective aims to offer constructive criticism and opportunities to develop and exhibit work both individually and collectively.
The collective aim is to give confidence and support for those starting out with the medium and a platform for experimentation and self expression, promoting photography as a Fine Art both locally and further afield.

Looking Out - The BirdHouse Photography Collective Online Exhibition

‘Looking Out’ an exhibition by the BirdHouse Photography Collective. Their first Virtual exhibition. Ten Moray based Photographers respond to their experiences during this period of Lockdown we have all been travelling through.

The BirdHouse Collective have a common interest in ‘photography’ interpreted in its widest sense.
The collective are a group of creatives working with photography.
They share a goal to explore the creative possibilities of photography and story-telling from new perspectives, unrestrained by technology and current fashion they choose to experiment with both digital, analogue and cameraless techniques.
They share the view that the method and process by which a photograph is made is integral but not a limitation.
The group was set up to give a collective platform for discussion and sharing of new work, ideas, skills as well as resources.
The collective aims to offer constructive criticism and opportunities to develop and exhibit work both individually and collectively.
The collective aim is to give confidence and support for those starting out with the medium and a platform for experimentation and self expression, promoting photography as a Fine Art both locally and further afield.