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29 May - 9 June 2024

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European Poetry Festival : Liverpool Camarade

6 July 2024

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Webinar: Socially Engaged Photography

22 May 2024

Exhibitions

JOURNEY TO EDEN @ DIGITAL WINDOW GALLERY

6 May - 12 May 2024

Past Events

MARRIAGE (IN)EQUALITY IN UKRAINE. Screening and a panel discussion

9 May 2024

Past Events

Casey Orr artist talk and SEPN North West meet-up

18 May 2024

Past Events

Poetry reading: Coast to Coast to Coast

11 May 2024

Exhibitions

National Pavilion of Ukraine @ Venice Biennale

20 April - 24 November 2024

Exhibitions

Open Source 28: Sam Patton – Room to Breathe @ Digital Window Gallery

10 April - 18 May 2024

Exhibitions

Forward, Together @ Wigan & Leigh Archives, Leigh Town Hall

23 March - 28 September 2024

Exhibitions

As She Likes It: Christine Beckett @ The Rainbow Tea Rooms, Chester

1 March - 30 June 2024

Exhibitions

Shifting Horizons @ Digital Window Gallery

27 March - 31 March 2024

PLATFORM: ISSUE 6

26 March 2024

Past Events

Saturday Town: Launch Event

10 April 2024

Exhibitions

Saturday Town

11 April - 19 May 2024

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PLATFORM: ZINE LAUNCH EVENT

21 March 2024

Home. Ukrainian Photography, UK Words: Tour

4 March - 28 February 2025

Exhibitions

Home: Ukrainian Photography, UK Words @ New Adelphi

4 March - 8 March 2024

Past Events

CREATIVE SOCIAL: IN THE ABSENCE OF FORMAL GROUND

2 March 2024

Exhibitions

We Feed The UK @ Exterior Walls

8 February - 31 March 2024

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Contrail Cirrus: the impact of aviation on climate change

7 March 2024

Exhibitions

Tree Story @ Liverpool ONE

16 February - 31 May 2024

Open Source #27: Saffron Lily – In The Absence of Formal Ground @ Digital Window Gallery

6 February - 31 March 2024

Past Events

Contemporary Photography from Ukraine: Symposium @University of Salford

4 March - 5 March 2024

Past Events

Is Anybody Listening? Symposium: Commissioning and Collecting Socially Engaged Photography

29 February 2024

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Different approaches: Artists working with scientists

15 February 2024

Past Events

LOOK Climate Lab 2024: All Events

18 January 2024

Exhibitions

Diesel & Dust @ Digital Window Gallery

18 January - 31 March 2024

Past Events

Tree Walks Of Sefton Park with Andrea Ku

21 January 2024

Past Events

Artists Remake the World by Vid Simoniti: Book Launch

31 January 2024

Past Events

Shift Liverpool Open Meeting

6 February 2024

Past Events

We Feed The UK Launch and LOOK Climate Lab 2024 Celebration

8 February 2024

Past Events

Cyanotype workshop with Melanie King

17 February 2024

Past Events

End of Empire: artist talk and discussion

22 February 2024

Past Events

Book Launch: What The Mine Gives, The Mine Takes

24 February 2024

Past Events

Local ecology in the post-industrial era: open discussion

14 March 2024

Past Events

Waterlands: creative writing workshop

23 March 2024

Past Events

Plant a seed. Seed sow and in conversation with Plot2Plate

16 March 2024

Past Events

Erosion: panel discussion

9 March 2024

Past Events

Waterlands: an evening of poetry and photographs

23 March 2024

Past Events

Force For Nature Exhibition

27 March - 28 March 2024

Voices of Nature: Interactive Performances

28 March 2024

Past Events

Sum of All Parts: Symposium

27 February 2024

Exhibitions Main Exhibition

LOOK Climate Lab 2024

18 January - 31 March 2024

Past Events

MA Socially engaged photography Open Day event

1 February 2023

Past Events

Tish: Special screening and Q&A

13 December 2023

Past Events

Book Launch: A Look At A New Perspective

23 November 2023

Past Events

Community workshops @ Ellesmere Port Library

6 November - 5 February 2024

Past Events

Book Launch: ‘544m’ By Kevin Crooks

30 November 2023

Past Exhibitions

Bernice Mulenga @ Open Eye Gallery Atrium Space

17 November - 17 December 2023

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VR: Follow The River, Follow The Thread

1 April - 12 June 2022

Follow The River, Follow The Thread: Africa and Sustainable Futures

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Climate change solutions require both local and global perspectives. This exhibition brings together three photography projects from the African continent offering views on a changing world alongside ways of creating or contributing towards a more sustainable future. They are a way of showing what the future may hold for us and how we can prepare ourselves for the impacts of climate change. In recognising work being done elsewhere, in seeing what sustainable ideas can be adapted and used, we can see how to actively learn from others and value the role that photography plays in sharing this knowledge.

In Gallery 1, Etinosa Yvonne’s series of diptychs commissioned by WaterAid show us everyday routines of sourcing clean water. The male water carriers have set a precedent for taking on this role, a break from the traditional association of women and girls as responsible for fetching water. While it may seem to be a process far removed from our lives here, it shows the flexibility we must have to move through a changing world. 

The Slum Studio share the process of creating new garments from global clothes waste in Gallery 2. The influx of discarded, second hand clothes from charities in the West have inundated Accra. Through creativity and reimagining the potential of this material, Slum Studio have reworked, renewed, restored the life cycle of these clothes.

In Gallery 3, Dillon Marsh introduces us to the five zones of vegetation on the Rwenzori Mountains, which translates to “rain maker”. Forty-three glaciers were recorded in this area when it was first surveyed in 1906, now less than half that number remain. The warming climate and the shrinking number of glaciers directs us to think more clearly about the future and what else will be lost.

Follow The River, Follow The Thread: Africa and Sustainable Futures

View It Here

Climate change solutions require both local and global perspectives. This exhibition brings together three photography projects from the African continent offering views on a changing world alongside ways of creating or contributing towards a more sustainable future. They are a way of showing what the future may hold for us and how we can prepare ourselves for the impacts of climate change. In recognising work being done elsewhere, in seeing what sustainable ideas can be adapted and used, we can see how to actively learn from others and value the role that photography plays in sharing this knowledge.

In Gallery 1, Etinosa Yvonne’s series of diptychs commissioned by WaterAid show us everyday routines of sourcing clean water. The male water carriers have set a precedent for taking on this role, a break from the traditional association of women and girls as responsible for fetching water. While it may seem to be a process far removed from our lives here, it shows the flexibility we must have to move through a changing world. 

The Slum Studio share the process of creating new garments from global clothes waste in Gallery 2. The influx of discarded, second hand clothes from charities in the West have inundated Accra. Through creativity and reimagining the potential of this material, Slum Studio have reworked, renewed, restored the life cycle of these clothes.

In Gallery 3, Dillon Marsh introduces us to the five zones of vegetation on the Rwenzori Mountains, which translates to “rain maker”. Forty-three glaciers were recorded in this area when it was first surveyed in 1906, now less than half that number remain. The warming climate and the shrinking number of glaciers directs us to think more clearly about the future and what else will be lost.

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