BPF14 Events at Phoenix Brighton
All events take place at Phoenix Brighton and are free.
10 – 14 Waterloo Pl. BN2 9NB
Legacy Film:Who is Oscar?
Sunday 5 October,3 – 6 pm
Oscar Micheaux, Saidi Jumanne Kanda
This unique event will introduce Oscar Micheaux (1884—1951), with a short film about his life, followed by a special screening of his silent B&W film, Within Our Gates (1920).
This rare screening will feature a specially commissioned, live soundtrack by local Tanzanian musician / artist Saidi Jumanne Kanda. (t.b.c) legacyfilm.org.uk
ArtsForum Feedback Circle
Saturday 11 October, 10.30 – 12.30
Brighton Photo Fringe and Brighton ArtsFORUM are collaborating once again to bring you the Feedback Circle.
In small groups, and guided by two experienced practitioners, you can freely discuss ideas and concerns about your unfinished photographic/film projects as well as giving your peers feedback.
Please bring prints or digital means to view your work. Booking is essential, to sign up please e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org facebook.com/TheArtsFORUM
Assembly: A Panel Discussion with Anthony Luvera
Saturday 11 Ocotober, 2 – 4 pm
Booking required – details will be available on the BPB website
A panel discussion in response to Anthony Luvera’s Assembly (see page). A panel of professionals brought together from a range of backgrounds discusses issues involved in the creation of work by artists using strategies of dialogue, participation and collaboration in the context of community groups. Chaired by Janice McLaren, The Photographers’ Gallery.
Familiar Constructs: A Panel Discussion
Dr Annebella Pollen Chair
Saturday 11 October, 6 – 8 pm
Chaired by Dr Annebella Pollen, senior lecturer in the history of art and design at the University of Brighton, this panel discussion will look at the family as photographic subject. The event will move beyond the concept of the nuclear family in order to explore contemporary family politics and to open up a debate around the relationship between the family and the photography studio and the significance of the family album. The discussion, organised in association with Miniclick, is accompanying Familiar Constructs — an exhibition of work by Brighton-based photographer Elin Karlsson. elin-karlsson.co.uk
Photo Publishers’ Market
Saturday & Sunday, 18 & 19 October, 11 am – 5 pm
Brighton Photo Fringe, Photoworks and Miniclick bring you Photo Publishers’ Market. Browse Photobooks from established imprints, emerging houses and self-publishers and buy direct from the publishers themselves. With a free programme of book related talks and discussions presented by Miniclick.
About Brighton Photo Fringe
Brighton Photo Fringe (BPF) is a registered charity and coordinates one of the largest and most inclusive photographic festivals of its kind in the UK. Founded in 2003, BPF was initiated to work in partnership with Brighton Photo Biennial (bpb) to enable local artists to become involved with the international festival. BPF supports early-career photographers and lens-based artists by creating opportunities, coordinating participatory projects and opening up exhibition platforms.