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Launch: Ways of Looking

Friday 30 September 2011, from 6pm

Join us for the exhibition opening of Hidden by Red Saunders and the launch of Ways of Looking: a new photography festival in Bradford.

Please RSVP to info@waysoflooking.org by Monday 26 September 2011.

The Visitor by Invisible Flock

1 October to 30 October 2011, 11am to 4pm

The Visitor is an interactive game created especially for Ways of Looking and is a fun and intriguing way to explore Bradford and the festival on foot.

Free event*
Drop in from 11am to 4pm, daily throughout the festival except Mondays,

Feed Your Mind: Talk & Tour

Wednesday 12 October 2011, 1pm to 2pm

Indya Mealing (Learning and Audience Development Manager) will lead a short informal talk and tour around the exhibition Hidden by Red Saunders.

Free event
No booking required

Time for Tea

Friday 14 October 2011, 11.30am to 1.30pm

Join us for free tea and homemade cakes and enjoy a friendly, social morning in our Studio space overlooking Centenary Square, plus an optional talk about the Hidden exhibition at 12.30pm.

Especially for over 55's.
Free event, no booking required.

Portfolio Reviews: Sounding Board

Saturday 15 October 2011, 12.15pm to 5.00pm

A great opportunity to get professional critical feedback on your work from a selection of curators and artists in these private portfolio reviews taking place as part of Ways of Looking.

£15 for 3 reviews
Places are limited, book at http://soundingboardwol.eventbrite.com/
Booking enquiries 01274 737843

Archive Connections with Red Saunders

Friday 21 October 2011, 3pm to 4pm

Go behind the scenes with this amazing chance to see original photographs from the National Media Museum archive, selected by Red Saunders, whose exhibition Hidden is currently being shown in Impressions Gallery. Saunders will be leading a discussion about the selected photographs and why they are important to him, including Oscar Gustav Rejlander's 'The Two Ways of Life', taken 1857 and rarely seen newspaper images of political leaders.

Free event, takes place at National Media Museum.
Booking essential call our Welcome Desk on 01274 737843 or email enquiries@impressions-gallery.com

Artist Talk with Red Saunders

Friday 21 October 2011, 5pm to 6pm

Hear Red Saunders talk about his ideas and inspiration for Hidden, and join in the question and answer sessions afterwards.

Free event.
Booking required.

Photography on Trial: Citizen Journalism in the Dock

Thursday 13 October 2011, 6pm to 8pm

The second in the series of Photography on Trial events in the Victorian Courtroom at City Hall. 



Speakers Andrew Wiard (Photojournalist) and Turi Munthe (CEO of Demotix) cross examine citizen journalism. Presented as part of Ways of Looking by Redeye, The Photography Network, in partnership with Impressions Gallery.

Artist Talk and Walk with Invisible Flock

Wednesday 19 October 2011, 6.30pm to 8.00pm

Get an insight into the making of city-wide interactive game The Visitor and join Invisible Flock for an artist-led evening walk around Bradford.

Free event.
Booking advised http://invisibleflocktalkwalk.eventbrite.com/

Source Magazine Publication Opportunity

Saturday 22 October 2011

Source photographic magazine is scheduling a series of meetings with photographers to view new work for consideration for publication. This is a fantastic opportunity to have your work seen by Co-editor John Duncan, and is suitable for both emerging and established photographers.

Part of Photographers' Day, a programme of events to develop your professional photographic practice.

Intermission #5: Film Screening with Cherry Kino

Saturday 26 November 2011, 2.00pm to 4.00pm

Join us for a relaxed afternoon of artists films exploring the transmission of history and the construction of collective memory. Programmed in collaboration with Cherry Kino, works include Perfect Film by Ken Jacobs and Blight by John Smith.

There will also be a chance to view our exhibition Hidden by Red Saunders, which recreates momentous but overlooked events in the history of Britain’s struggle for democracy and equality.

Mulled wine, hot tea and comfy sofas.
Entry £3.00, Booking advised.