This workshop will take a practical look at curating photography, examining how the presentation can change audience experience and reinforce or subvert the meaning of the work. We will look at examples of different ways of presenting photography and consider the way that the printing, mounting, framing and scale has been used strategically by photographers and curators. The workshop will help you to consider the options for presenting your own work and encourage experimentation.
Rachael Burns is a curator, arts organiser and educator based in Manchester and currently working at Redeye, the Photography Network and on the BA Photography course at Manchester School of Art. She works across various collaborative curatorial projects including FORM collective and the Museum of Half Truths. Rachael curates exhibitions, programmes events and workshops, and designs and produces publications. She is interested in connecting artists and audiences, presenting projects that are accessible, relevant, playful, engaging and encourage discussion and reflection.
7-8pm BST (UK time)
The event will be organised on Zoom and will not be recorded. A link will be provided closer to the date.
Limited places available.
Image: Rachael Burns & FORM Collective
- Patricia Hilbert
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