Crisis - What If? Collaboration by Alicia Bruce

I've been working in collaboration with homeless people through Crisis Skylight Edinburgh as part of the charities 50 year anniversary using a 50-year-old twin lens reflex.  An outdoor exhibition has been placed around Edinburgh on billboard and poster sites allowing 24hr access and as wide an audience as possible to the images and stories.  32 images from the project are also being exhibited at Edinburgh's Central Library. Launch: Join us for the exhibition launch on Wednesday 5th July at Art and Design Library (within the Central Library), George IV Bridge, Edinburgh EH1 1EG. Routemaster bus leaves at 630pm to visit the billboards.  5:30 PM to 7:30 PM Exhibition:  4 - 29 July Art and Design Library (within the Central Library), George IV Bridge, Edinburgh EH1 1EG Billboards and Posters: Throughout Edinburgh, throughout July    More info on the nationwide project at www.crisis.org.uk/get-involved/art-in-crisis/

I've been working in collaboration with homeless people through Crisis Skylight Edinburgh as part of the charities 50 year anniversary using a 50-year-old twin lens reflex.  An outdoor exhibition has been placed around Edinburgh on billboard and poster sites allowing 24hr access and as wide an audience as possible to the images and stories.  32 images from the project are also being exhibited at Edinburgh's Central Library.

Launch: Join us for the exhibition launch on Wednesday 5th July at Art and Design Library (within the Central Library), George IV Bridge, Edinburgh EH1 1EG. Routemaster bus leaves at 630pm to visit the billboards.  5:30 PM to 7:30 PM

Exhibition:  4 - 29 July Art and Design Library (within the Central Library), George IV Bridge, Edinburgh EH1 1EG

Billboards and Posters: Throughout Edinburgh, throughout July 

 

More info on the nationwide project at www.crisis.org.uk/get-involved/art-in-crisis/

Ex-serviceman Jamie Robertson being photographed for The Scotsman with his billboard.  5th July 2017

Ex-serviceman Jamie Robertson being photographed for The Scotsman with his billboard.  5th July 2017

Fix Photo Festival Announced by Alicia Bruce

FIX Photo Festival 2017

12 - 21 May

Free Entry

I'm excited to be bringing Menie: TRUMPED to Fix Photo Festival during this year's Photo London

Venue: Bargehouse, Oxo Tower Wharf, London SE1 9PH

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Opening Hours 

Monday - Sunday

Friday 12 - Sunday 21 May        11.00 - 20.30

Monday 15 May                         11.00 - 18.00

Tuesday 16 - Sunday 21            11.00 - 20.30

Bargehouse is owned and managed by Coin Street Community Builders: www.coinstreet.org

 

Exhibition at Glasgow Women's Library by Alicia Bruce

When the Light Shifts is a national touring exhibition that brings together over fifteen of Scotland’s female photographers. The show represents a vibrant range of current practice, from intimate portraiture to experimental images of organic matter, to vital enquiries about what a camera is and how we use it in today’s world.

When the Light Shifts, Monday 6th March to Saturday 1st April, during GWL opening hours

Photography is a powerful way to share our stories, to describe our realities – or our dreams – and to document what is important to us. The work of an evolving network of Scotland’s women photographers initiated by writer and curator Katherine Parhar, When the Light Shifts is a vital collaborative project that celebrates community in creativity for Scotland, with photographers and audiences alike.

Join us for our opening event with Katherine and the exhibiting artists on Saturday 11th March between 1.30pm and 3.30pm.

When the Light Shifts is produced and curated in partnership with Napier University.

Artists include (but are not limited to): Arpita Shah, Susanne Ramsenthaler, Catherine Cameron, Sarah Fishlock, Karen Vaughan, Zoe Hammil, Sylvia Grace Borda, Kotryna Ula Kiliulyte, Margaret Mitchell, Jolanta Dolewska, Alicia Bruce, Sophie Gerrard, Nina Bacos, Mairead Keating, Iseult Timmermans, Helen Jones, Edyta Majewska and Melanie Letore.

Cathy & Katie Rose

From series 'Digging for Diamonds: Woodend Barn Allotments', 2014