Category: News

20 March 2021
Following Format 21's online portfolio review sessions, we have partnered with the Format Festival to select 3 artists to participate in our Artistic Practice Support scheme. Over 150 artists met over two days with 70+ reviewers in close to 800 meetings. Our selected nominees are Maryam Wahid, Helen McGhie and Eelena Helfrecht. Congratulations to these artists.

25 January 2021
The Herbert Art Gallery & Museum & Grain Projects announce a micro commission (£700) opportunity, open to Midlands based photographers & artists to create nw work in response to Edgar Martins' exhibition What Photography & Incarceration have in common with an Empty Vase. Deadline is 29 Jan. For full details see www.instagram.com/@the_herbert_cov .

10 December 2020
The PH Museum has named What Photography & Incarceration have in Common with an Empty Vase one of the best photobooks of 2020. According to the museum this book "offers a unique reflection on photography in terms of its limits and potential when documenting essentially invisible issues."

23 October 2020
Following a twelve month trial period, The Moth House is delighted to announce the launch of our Artistic Practice Support Scheme, an initiative supported by The Arts Council England, whose sole objective is the provision of free, career advice and portfolio feedback for emerging artists.As part of our commitment to supporting the professional development of UK photography, we will be funding established, mid-career UK artists (which we will refer to as mentors) to hold regular, free advice sessions with emerging visual practitioners. Especially assigned mentors will hold 1-hour Zoom meetings with less established artists in..

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