Resources

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May 08
Watch Back: The Kube Gallery | What w’ Like Preview Event

What w’ Like Preview Event, featuring several artists including Dougie Wallace, Simon Murphy, Gav Robinson & more. The Kube Gallery

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May 08
Watch Back: The Kube Gallery | Simon Murphy Artist Talk

Simon Murphy discusses his project Govanhill. The Kube Gallery

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May 02
Watch Back: Sixbysix – Desert Island Pics with Craig Easton

Craig Easton in conversation with Stephen McCoy. Craig will be discussing his Desert Island Pics, sharing five images from other photographers that he has found inspirational and…

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Apr 27
Catch Up – Stills | Photography Down The Line Podcast

Stills – centre for photography in Edinburgh have been providing listening material on photography since the beginning of the coronavirus lockdown. The Photography Down The Line…

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Apr 07
Talking Pictures | Margaret Mitchell: Of Love & Imperfection

‘Families are important. They are the most important relationships we have. It is all too easy to idealise an image of family life; to set it up as a domestic utopia to which we…

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Apr 05
Paper Camera | Photographers Talking with Chris McNulty – David Eustace

Listen back to the Paper Camera podcast with photographer David Eustace, who discusses his latest project Thirty Two York Place. A study of the Senators of the College of Justice…

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Apr 01
Watch Back: The Kube Gallery | Sandy Carson Artist Talk

Sandy Carson discusses Passing Place. Featuring Stephen McLaren Passing Place is an intimate portrait of both Sandy Carson’s mother and the ex-mining village he grew up in the West of…

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Mar 08
National Galleries Scotland | International Women’s Day with Arpita Shah

From article by National Galleries Scotland 26/02/2021 The term Purdah (“to curtain”) varies in meaning amongst particular South Asian and Arab cultures. It can refer…

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Mar 01
Document Scotland: Floreat Clutha by Michael Thomson

A journey along the River Clyde estuary. Document Scotland speaks with photographer Michael Thomson, about his 10-year long project photographing the River Clyde estuary. Read the full…

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Mar 01
Document Scotland: The City by Donnie MacLean

Street Photography from Glasgow. ‘Donnie MacLean isn’t interested in holding your hand and gently persuading you that everything is going to be ok. Subtle isn’t usually…

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Feb 26
Watch Back: The Sixbysix Social with Sophie Gerrard

Sophie Gerrard presents her ongoing work ‘The Flows’.This project examines the relationship we have with Europe’s largest blanket peat bog, located in Caithness in the far…

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Feb 01
2020: Stories, Portraits, Visions | National Galleries of Scotland

National Galleries of Scotland invited photographer Iain Stewart to select nine works submitted by members of the public for their ‘2020: Stories, Portraits, Visions’…

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Dec 15
Photo-Networks | Round Up of 2020

Despite all that 2020 has thrown at us, the Scottish photography community has continued showcasing some amazing projects, events and exhibitions. Before we move into a promising 2021,…

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Oct 22
Street Level Photoworks Online

Street Level Online Online Events, Education & Archive     ‘The Yeast in the Bread, Not the Icing on the Cake’ We create opportunities for members of the public to…

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Jul 23
Watch Back: Six By Six Virtual Social

Since the beginning of April Sixbysix have provided online artist talks via Zoom, the first episode was Desert Island Pics with Adam Lee. The team have uploaded all of the artist talks…

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May 29
The Story Portrait

Showing work from contemporary photographic portraiture, The Story Portrait asks the photographer to share a story behind one of their portraits. “This picture is of a colleague of…

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May 27
Projectroom2020 from Art North Magazine

Projectroom2020 is a collaborative online gallery project devised to support artists and makers in showing work during the public health crisis caused by Covid-19 and the need for…

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May 22
Street Level Photoworks: Introduction to Photography

As part of Street Level Photoworks continued commitment to make photography accessible to all, we have created this Introduction to Photography workbook, which can be downloaded for free here.

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May 21
Stills School Online: Colour, Shape, Texture

Stills School is an alternative photography school for 16-25 year olds who face barriers to participating in the arts. Week one is on the Stills School Vimeo channel right now.…

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Apr 24
another | place : blog

Another Place Press is a small independent publisher showcasing contemporary landscape photography. Check out their blog with regular features and interviews.

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Apr 20
15,000 photographs of Scotland | Introducing the MacKinnon Collection

The MacKinnon Collection of Scottish photography was recently acquired by the National Galleries of Scotland and the National Library of Scotland and is shared by both institutions. In…

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Apr 20
Feed Your Mind: Artist Talk – Arpita Shah – Impressions Gallery

Arpita Shah discusses her exhibition Nalini ‘Nalini’ was shown at Impressions Gallery from 17 January to 28 March 2020 and is a Street Level Photoworks touring exhibition. 40…

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Apr 16
Oscar Marzaroli: Shades of Oscar

Produced to coincide with Street Level Photowork’s Oscar Marzaroli retrospective this short AV work features poignant narration by Marie-Clare Marzaroli sharing recollections of her…

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Apr 16
Podcast: Photography Down The Line

Photography Down The Line is a new podcast from Stills, Edinburgh. A weekly series of conversations between artists, photographers and the Director of Stills. Started during the time of…

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Apr 16
In Focus #1: Frank McElhinney Livestream Q+A

An edited recording of a livestream artist talk with Frank McElhinney, followed by a Q+A with Street Level director Malcolm Dickson. Only for Freedom is a project combining a…

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Apr 14
Dr. Sara Stevenson Q&A Thomas Annan: Photographer of Glasgow

Thomas Annan was the preeminent photographer of Glasgow in the mid-nineteenth century, a period when the rise in industry and population dramatically altered the landscape of the “second…

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Apr 14
Document Scotland

Document Scotland is a collaboration between Colin McPherson, Jeremy Sutton-Hibbert, Sophie Gerrard and Stephen McLaren. Their aim – “to make work and engage in a discourse which will…

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Apr 14
Photography Scotland: Season of Photography

Did you know that Scotland has had a Season of Photography since 2015? Illuminating the wealth of activity around photography in Scotland, the Season encompasses exhibitions at the main…

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Apr 14
Writing on Scottish Photography

Writing on Scottish Photography is a blog by photographer Frank McElhinney in which he reviews photographic exhibitions, photo books and shares insights into fellow photographer’s works…

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Apr 14
FLOW PHOTOFEST

FLOW Photofest is an international festival celebrating photography in all its forms held biennially across the north of Scotland. Between festivals, exhibitions continue on the FLOW…

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Apr 14
Studies in Photography – SSHop

The Scottish Society for the History of Photography organises lectures, workshops, visits to private collections, launch events and exhibitions. The Society also publishes a bi-annual…

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Apr 03
University of St Andrews Launch New Photographic Collections

The University of St Andrews has been collecting photography since 1844. The University Library now holds about a million photographs, which are found in manuscript collections, the…