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Ending soon: Women in Photography - a History of British Trailblazers

This exhibition presents an in-depth historical survey showcasing the achievements of British female photographers.

Added by SIG: Women in Photography on 19 May 2019

Creative in Camera Gallery

Gallery for the "Creative in Camera" weekend workshop.

Added by Chapter: Benelux on 15 May 2019

Associate Applied Photography - May 2019

Our congratulations to those who have gained their Associate in Applied Photography this month.

Added by Region: Headquarters on 13 May 2019

Dovercourt & Harwich

With 45mph winds 25 hardy photographers attended a field trip to photograph Dovercourt and Harwich.

Added by Region: East Anglia on 10 May 2019

Call for Entries from Female Photographers: "Time to Think" for Festival Pil'Ours

Shutter Hub is calling for female photographers to submit work under the theme "Time to Think" for the main exhibition at the 4th edition of Festival Pil'Ours - deadline is 5pm BST on Monday 20th May 2019.

Added by SIG: Women in Photography on 07 May 2019

Ce n'est pas une photo

Is an image always a photograph? Black holes and the moon raise the question of just what a photograph actually is.

Added by Region: Headquarters on 07 May 2019

April's bi-monthly competition winners.

Added by SIG: Documentary on 07 May 2019

British Photography in the 1980s

A review of a successful seminar at The Martin Parr Foundation.

Added by SIG: Contemporary on 04 May 2019

Monthly Competition: Neighbourhood

This competition is open to RPS members and offers the winners the opportunity to have their images published in our award-winning Journal.

Added by Region: Headquarters on 01 May 2019

For the Time Being 08 May to 12 May at The Photographers' Gallery

For the Time Being is a programme of photo performances using the social media platform Snapchat as a way of expanding the gallery experience and continuing TPG’s ongoing exploration of photography and image culture in the digital age. The project is curated by postgraduate students from the Curating Contemporary Art Programme, Royal College of Art, in collaboration with The Photographers’ Gallery.

Added by Region: London on 30 Apr 2019