Brighton Photo Biennial - Making it Happen

Making it Happen is a Photoworks project in partnership with the Widening Participation team at the University of Brighton and it delivers one-day conferences of talks and workshops for young people. I worked with a group of graduates and undergraduates to train them to run photography and gallery based workshops for 16-18 year olds. This event has been running for 10 years and this is my fourth one, it's always a really fun and energetic event. Here's a couple of images from the project (image credit James Kirby )

Project Art Works and Fact, Liverpool

I recently had the pleasure of being in the city of my birth, Liverpool with the wonderful Project Art Works on a collaborative project with Fact, Liverpool. We were able to use Fact's cinema box which is a brilliant space to create the kind of immersive environments we (Project Art Works) like to make when working with adults with complex needs. We had a day at Fact, a day in the Forest and a day back a Fact. Project Artworks have just been awarded £573,611 from the Arts Council’s Ambition for Excellence Programme, to create and deliver EXPLORERS in 2017-20 and this project is a kind of pre cursor to this programme: Project Art works text regarding this project: Over three days in October

Artificial Paradise exhibition

I'm part of this group show showing a new video work 'The Look of Love' which ends on Sunday at Six Second Gallery 51-63 Ridley Road Hackney London E8 2NP. Open by appointment only and open all day this Sunday 13th Contact Galen Riley at +447949002508 PRESS RELEASE Artificial Paradise A Study of Intoxication Ben Fitton, Annis Joslin, Galen Riley, Dallas Seitz and Kenneth Varpe Curated by Galen Riley Private view: Thursday 13th October 6-10pm Wang Mo (d. ca. 800) excelled at splattering ink to paint landscapes, hence he was called ‘Ink Wang’… There was a good deal of wildness in him, and he loved his wine. Whenever he wished to paint a hanging scroll, he would firs

Sussex Partnership film commission

Over the past 5 months I've been busy having conversations with Sussex Partnership staff for a new film commission. The film will be shown during staff inductions to stimulate discussion and features current staff , service users and carers reflecting on care giving and what makes a difference to them and how they make a difference themselves.

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