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Workshops & Courses

Summer Course

Contemporary Photography Now

16 - 20 July 2012

 Contemporary Photography Now

Contemporary Photography Now

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The photographic terrain of London is a thriving and fast moving place. This intensive five-day course gives student's an exclusive insight into the contemporary photography scene. Including sessions on collecting and how to make the most out of the art market, private gallery visits, curators' talks at importantpublic collections and exclusive photographers' studio visits.

Led by writer and critic John Slyce

In collaboration with Christie's Education

£950, proceeds from this course go directly to support the Gallery's Public Programme

16 July – 20 July 2012 

structure subject to change

Monday Day 1: National Institutions

Morning: Meet at The Photographers’ Gallery for breakfast and introduction to the course, and a Curators tour of the Deutsche Börse Photography Prize 2012.

Afternoon: Visit to Tate Modern for a Curator’s talk, take the Tate boat to Tate Britain. Examine British photographs at Tate Britain.

Tuesday Day 2: Collecting

Morning: Visit to Christie’s Photographic Department to meet specialists followed by a handling session in the Christie’s warehouse. Lunch.

Afternoon: Visit to the V&A collection and Curators talk. Optional extra: Visit to a Private Collection and drinks.

Wednesday Day 3: The Photographers’ Studio

Morning and Afternoon: Meet in artist’s studios for a whole day of visits. 

Lunch at the Approach Tavern. Followed by additional studio visits.

Thursday Day 4: London Art World

Morning: West End Galleries, Lunch.

Afternoon: East End Galleries and the art world.

Friday Day 5: Summation

Morning: exclusive visit to a photographer’s collection.

Afternoon: Panel Discussion and drinks at The Photographers’ Gallery.

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Course Details

Dates: Mon 16 July – Fri 20 July 2012, 10.00 - 17.00

Location: The Photographers' Gallery, 16-18 Ramillies Street, London, W1LF 7LW and various across London

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Contact Us

For more details:

Sara Knelman

The Photographers' Gallery
sara.knelman@tpg.org.uk

+44 (0) 20 7087 9300

 Summer Course Terms and Conditions

Please note special terms and conditions for this course.

Fees must be paid in full at the time of enrolment. Enrolment is on a strictly first come first served basis. It is not possible to replace individual sessions that you are unable to attend with sessions on a futurecourse. The Photographers' Gallery reserves the right to alter the content and dates of all courses and to cancel advertised courses as a result of circumstances beyond their control. Should any student who has enrolled on a course find that they need to withdraw or transfer to a different course, please see the following:

More than 28 days before the start of the course Withdrawal: 90% refund of course fee Transfer: Administration fee equal to 10% of the course fee

28 days or less before the start of the course Withdrawal: No refund Transfer: No refund of original course fee; fee for new course payable in full

After the start of the course Withdrawal: No refund Transfer: No refund of original course fee; fee for new course payable in full.

This course is priced so that proceeds raised will go directly to support The Photographers' Gallery education programme, which aims to ensure access by a wide audience to our regular talks/events

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16 Jul 2012

10:00am - 5:00pm

 

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