Foto8 has announced a new series of seminars for the coming months. The first of these, which is entitled “Making it Happen” will take place on 26th November, 10am-7pm at HOST Gallery and is designed to help you make it to the next stage in your photographic career by looking at models for self-funding, print sales, publishing and curating. The fee for this seminar is £140, which includes all seminar sessions and group critique session as well as lunch, beverages throughout the day and a drinks reception in the evening. HOST Gallery is located at 1 Honduras Street, London EC1Y 0TH. You can book your place online through the website below.
Foto8 Press Release
Making it Happen – Fund, Produce, Curate, Disseminate
Saturday 26 November @ HOST Gallery
Foto8 is pleased to announce a new series of seminars for the coming months.
The first of which, Making it Happen, will take place on 26 November and is designed to help you make it to the next stage in your photographic career by looking at models for self-funding, print sales, publishing and curating.
The seminar is strictly limited to 35 people and will feature four speakers – Rob Hornstra, Laura Noble, Judah Passow and Bas Vroege – advising on how to make your ideas a reality and examining the creative and practical challenges faced by photographers working today.
An exciting new element has been added to the previous format of Foto8 seminars in which, at the end of the four presentations, participants will be put into groups and given the opportunity to show and speak about their work and receive feedback from the speakers – creating a more open and valuable experience for participants.
More information on the individual speakers and on how to book is available here.
Making it Happen
Saturday 26 November 2011, 10am-7pm
@ HOST Gallery
firstname.lastname@example.org / +44(0) 20 7253 8801
Forthcoming Foto8 Seminars
28 January 2012 – New Documentary (featuring Polly Braden, Raphael Dallaporta and Geert van Kesteren)
3 March 2012 – Different Contexts (featuring Jess Crombie, Gideon Mendel, Adam Westbrook and Zoe Whishaw)
1 Honduras Street
London EC1Y 0TH
+44(0) 20 7253 8801