This exhibition presents the work of eight London based photographers, who came together at Conway Hall in February 2017 to explore the theme of the portrait: Jason Boxall, Sisi Burns, Jo Clemens, Romy McCarthy, Niaz Maleknia, Robert Raynard, Lydie Salima and Timothy Stubbs Hughes.
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Upcoming and past exhibitions and galleries at Conway Hall
Performance and commemoration event to launch a year-long art and activism project by Brigid McLeer
23 June – 21 July 2017 An exhibition of work by Raquel Chinchetru. The exhibition is located in The Rotunda area at Conway Hall to coincide with Refugee Week (19 – 25 June 2017). Raquel Chinchetru explores the journeys made by people seeking asylum, looking at both the individual and…
Portrait Photography, Nudity & Identity #1 – This workshop will consist of practical photography exercises, discussions and the optional sharing of work – you are required to bring your own camera equipment.
Whilst people are encouraged to consider their comfort in the creation and composition of the photographs it is a requirement that all participants are prepared to be both behind and in front of the camera.
Does the phrase ‘uncontrolled EU migration’ sound familiar to you? But what exactly was said about EU migration during the campaign? Who spoke about EU migrants in the UK? Who was given as an example of ‘EU migrant’? Was there a balanced debate on EU migration, with equally strong positive and negative cases made in this respect?
Where are you from? This is a question many of us were asked at some point in our lives. The majority of people tend to answer this by giving the name of a country, for example, ‘I am from the UK’. Others are more specific, preferring to identify with a region or a city – ‘I am a Londoner’. Some feel strongly about their parents’ country of origin, others only consider their own country of birth.
The Legacies of British Slave-ownership project traced the contentious lives and legacies those slave-owners who lived close to the newly-founded UCL and was first shown at UCL to mark Black History Month 2011.
A neighbours’ event: building community through socially-engaged photography | Wednesday 1st November
Anita Strasser’s exhibition features the work of two projects which set out to facilitate community networks and social cohesion in two different neighbourhoods, a hidden courtyard in Slovenia’s capital Ljubljana and a block of flats in Deptford.
An evening of Croatian music, words, art and wine. Listen to a live reading from the first full-length English translation of Uncle Maroye by Marin Držić, violinist Anda Vican playing works by Luka Sorkočević and see an exhibition of photographs of Dubrovnik taken by Bari Goddard.