Please note: presenting photographers must book ahead & attend from 12.00 – 17.00, booking opens Fri 19 Aug, 12.00
Folio Fridays are our regular in-person portfolio review and networking sessions for photographers and artists working with photography.
These sessions are free for participating photographers and include two presentations by photography professionals, as well as time for a complimentary lunch and networking with participating photographers. As part of this session, each photographer will receive two, 15-minute one-to-one reviews by the two photography professionals and an opportunity to share work with other participating artists/photographers, as well as gallery visitors.
This sessions reviewers are our regular host Steve Macleod and Elizabeth Gleave.
The session is closed to the public from noon to 14.00 for reviewer presentations, lunch and discussion. From 14.00 to 17.00, we open the door to gallery visitors. In this way, Folio Friday creates opportunities for the public to view and discuss work with presenting photographers and is included with exhibition entrance.
Additional information for presenting photographers:
If you're a photographer or artist wanting feedback on your work or a recent project – either completed or in progress – Folio Fridays are there to support you.
Everyone presenting work must attend the full session from noon to 17.00.
Each photographer is allocated an individual table where you can present your form in physical/digital form for feedback. (Please, no framed work.)
Book one space per photographer. Please, only book if you're ready to share your work. More information will be sent to participants, at least one week prior to the session.
Polite notice: If you have presented at Folio Friday in the past three years, please leave the space for another photographer or artist as there are limited spaces each month.
By booking for this event you agree to our Terms & Conditions.
Elizabeth Gleave is a photographer and founder of the Land Art Agency & Collective. Both act as a response to biodiversity and the climate emergency.
Professor Steve Macleod is a polymath creative who dedicates unbounded enthusiasm for the arts and education. Director at Metro Imaging, one of Europe’s leading production houses; inventor of several photographic processes and master printer; Visiting Professor at University of Suffolk; current EA at RGU, Aberdeen; Trustee and Deputy Chair of QEST (Queen Elizabeth Scholarship Trust); commissioned artist with Hospital Rooms Mental Health Arts charity; educational mentor and represented artist with Black Box Projects in London.