ACCUMULATE x METRO – PAY IT FORWARD FOLIO REVIEWS
We are proud to be partnering with Accumulate charity this year on an interactive event including professional folio reviews, professional development advice and pro-lab guided tours.
This event offers you a unique opportunity to have your photographic work reviewed by established photographers, influencers and curators from within the industry. Your creative work will be constructively critiqued by industry professionals and will be included in peer-review groups facilitated by Metro Imaging. Attendees will also have the chance to take part in guided pro-lab tours, where they learn about preparing image files for professional printing as well as learn about different paper profiles and printed portfolio presentation
Your ticket guarantees you four individual portfolio review sessions with each acclaimed reviewer and the money raised will be paid forward to fund Accumulate participants (young, homeless people) to have their creative work reviewed and then showcased at an exhibition at Autograph– the Accumulate charity helps young people affected by homelessness to reach their potential through their participation in creative workshops, education, and activities. Furthermore, participants will receive a discount code worth 20% off your next self-service transaction at Metro Imaging. All money raised from tickets goes straight in to Accumulate Charity.
The industry reviewers include;
Bindi Vora – Artist. Curatorial Project Manager @autographabp .Visiting Lecturer, Westminster University. Support you with curating and exhibiting your work.
Steve Macleod – Professor in photography, photographer artist and mentor @metroimaging. Support you with technical aspects of your work & practise.
WHO: Professional, amateur and students practising photographic and visual artists are all welcome
WHAT: x4 Professional folio reviews, peer critique sessions, professional development advice, printing and exhibition tips, pro-lab guided tours.
WHEN: Friday 15th March, 10:00 – 14:00
WHERE: Metro Imaging, 32 Great Sutton St, London EC1V 0NB
HOW: Limited spaces available, don’t miss out – BOOK YOUR SPACE HERE!
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