The Photography Show 2018

 

Capture Birmingham returns for 2017

Following a successful launch in 2016, Capture Birmingham will see photography and arts organisations from around Birmingham host a series of events, taking place over the weekend of The Photography Show (18-19 March) - there will be plenty for you to get involved with.

Whether you are looking to further improve your photography skills, be inspired by other photographers, or you're just curious about areas of the city that aren't so well known, the city's photography community will offer a range of photo walks, workshops and gallery exhibitions to add a little extra zest to your stay.

The schedule of events already announced can be found below, there's still plenty to come though, including events from our partner Visit Birmingham so check back for regular updates.

Events announced so far...

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Saturday, March 18, 2017
  1. Millennium Point
    View a selection of donated prints that are up for grabs in the C12 Raffle, in aid of the Disabled Photographers Society.
  2. Ikon Gallery
    Ikon presents the first UK exhibition by pioneering French film director and biologist Jean Painlevé.
  3. Argentea Gallery
    Large format digital prints, polaroid collections and a video installation by talented artist Sophie Hedderwick
  4. The Curzon Building, Birmingham City University
    Come and meet the creative students that want to show their work to the world and also meet the people behind the media heart of BCU.
  5. This workshop is aimed at all intermediate or beginner level photographers who wish to learn to comfortably master the use of studio lighting and flash or simply grow their already existing knowledge and learn some effective creative tips and tricks.
  6. Resorts World

    Come and spend a couple of hours with one of the UKs most sought-after portrait photographers for a hands-on workshop, learning how to create heart-stopping location portraits!

  7. Meet outside Hall 5, NEC
    Learn more about lighting and long exposure photography with Mosoca Photography
Sunday, March 19, 2017
  1. Millennium Point
    View a selection of donated prints that are up for grabs in the C12 Raffle, in aid of the Disabled Photographers Society.
  2. West Bromwich Community Centre
    Join Great Barr Photographic Society for a day full of hands on events and exhibitions.
  3. Argentea Gallery
    Large format digital prints, polaroid collections and a video installation by talented artist Sophie Hedderwick
  4. Ikon Gallery
    Ikon presents the first UK exhibition of work by pioneering French film director and biologist Jean Painlevé.
  5. Birmingham City
    We all Shoot Photos host a photo scavenger hunt across Birmingham City Centre
  6. Meet outside Hall 5, NEC
    Learn more about lighting and long exposure photography with Mosoca Photography

 

Register your interest to receive updates on Capture Birmingham

If you're a photography-focused organisation in Birmingham and would like to be part of Capture Birmingham 2017,  submit your event here and we'll be in touch with further information shortly.