Mon 26 Sep 2022 - Mon 26 Sep 2022


18:00 - 20:30


£45.00 - £45.00

Have you been working on a project or body of work which is craving some time for reflection and peer feedback? This two-session course is the perfect opportunity to allow yourself time to fine tune your project and learn valuable insight into the role that sequencing and curation can play when presenting or publishing your work in a photobook/zine format.

Over the course of two evenings, you will be taking an in depth look at the power of sequencing within photography. As a group, you’ll discuss each other’s projects in a relaxed, open thought environment, and explore the role of sequencing and curation.

In the first session, you’ll present a series of photographs and as a group we’ll explore potential sequences which bring forward new context/patterns, reflecting on the thoughts and feedback of peers.

There will be a chance to reflect on the edit and be ready to start sequencing into a book format in the second session. Working with blank handbound books, students will leave the course having confidently explored and produced a new edit of their work, this new edit will be curated and documented as a pin up exhibition or within a photobook.

Tutor: Emily Ryalls

Emily Ryalls is an artist working predominantly with analogue photographic techniques. Her work is concerned with the act of visual storytelling and she has exhibited across the UK and Europe. Emily set up The Art House’s Darkroom in 2021 and within her role as Darkroom Coordinator, she continues to support people in realising and celebrating traditional and contemporary analogue photography techniques.

Follow Emily and her process on her socials or take a look at her website.

Instagram: @emryalls


Who is the workshop for?

This two-session course is best suited to those who want to gain more insight into curating/presenting their work and connect with other like-minded individuals. No particular skill level is required, just a passion to advance your practice/hobby.

Do I need to bring anything?

Students are required to bring their own printed photographs to work from, at a size smaller than A5.

Course Booking Terms and Conditions

Workshop and course bookings can be cancelled and refunded up until 7 days before the scheduled start date. Our workshops support the work we do as a charity, and because materials and equipment are ordered in advance, we regret that refunds cannot be offered less than 7 days before the workshop date.

Please note that Eventbrite’s booking fee is non-refundable, as are any donations submitted alongside a ticket payment. Bookings cannot be transferred between courses however bookings can be transferred to another person in the event that you are unable to attend on the day. In the event that The Art House needs to cancel a workshop for any reason, for example due to tutor illness or if lockdown measures are put back in place your ticket will be refunded in full.

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