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Dr. Pippa Oldfield
Photography curator & photo-historian // Head of Programme // Visiting Research Fellow
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Leeds Lib Galleries Dec 4
The deadline for applications on this great opportunity has been changed to 22 December! Don't miss out, get your application in now!
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Side Gallery Dec 2
our first exhibitions for 2020 are ’s ‘Waiting for Winter’ and ’s ‘Otherwise Unseen’ which both open here on Saturday 11 January
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Anne McNeill Dec 3
Solidarity with our neighbour today! Please take a couple of minutes and have your say on the future of Bradford libraries in the link below, thanks 👇
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Unite NEYH Dec 4
Support workers in libraries, museums and galleries who will be taking ALL OUT action on 6th December - Demo at Cliffe Castle Museum from 8am
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Dr. Pippa Oldfield Dec 2
Huge thanks to speakers and audience for 3 stimulating days of multiple perspectives on women and photography. Still processing the wealth of new ideas, histories, futures...
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Angela Sheard Dec 2
. weaponises the Internet styling herself as her trolls - ‘the Internet is not gonna protect these people.’ Important and mega- contemporary project fusing body image, tech & digital decorum
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Dr. Pippa Oldfield Dec 2
Extraordinary layered work - both physically and conceptually - by that needs to be seen in person. Images on screen just don't do it justice.
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Angela Sheard Dec 2
Maria Gourieva introduces amazing playful, fantasy images ‘where the everyday is excluded’ & explains the wider context for this unique late-soviet private photography
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Dr. Pippa Oldfield Dec 2
Fantasy and masquerade in 70s Soviet private photography. Maria Gourieva
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Dr. Pippa Oldfield Dec 1
Fantastic and much needed online resources on historical Cuban women photographers by
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Dr. Pippa Oldfield Dec 1
Replying to @WomeninPhoto
Seriously?!
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Women in Photo Dec 1
Rosy Martin discusses the work of Jo Spence currently on display at the Welcome Trust in the Exhibition Misbehaving Bodies
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Dr. Pippa Oldfield Dec 1
Rosy Martin asks "what does it mean to collaborate?"
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Women in Photo Dec 1
Fascinating presentation from Aldeide Delgado who showcases the work of the women photographers from the Cuban Photography Club between 1935-1962
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Women in Photo Dec 1
The 1987 journal, Polareyes, was created by and about black women in photography. This journal reflects on conversations surrounding systematic racism and sexism in the art world in the 70s and 80s.
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Angela Sheard Dec 1
Taous Dahmani shares the work and poignant words of Samena Rana as part of her discussion of Polareyes.
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Dr. Pippa Oldfield Dec 1
"How has feminism changed the way women see?" Questions that the 1980s Ovulars workshops aimed to address - often humorously
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anna fox Dec 1
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Dr. Pippa Oldfield Dec 1
How should the Revolution be photographed? shares her important work on Nicaraguan photographers Margarita Montealegre and Claudia Gordillo in the 1980s
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Dr. Pippa Oldfield Dec 1
If you enjoyed the presentation by please check out website for info, downloadable resources and River Stories short films
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