Opportunities Category: Workshops


Autograph third annual Open Call for emerging cultural producers who are working on a new or early stage project


Are you a creative practitioner or collective, and looking to host an online event or activity? We’re inviting proposals for events to take place using Autograph’s digital platforms as part of our 2020 open call.

Three proposals will Read More

Syllabus VI: Open Call

Wysing Arts Centre, Eastside Projects, Iniva, Spike Island and Studio Voltaire invite applications from artists for Syllabus VI; a collaboratively produced alternative learning programme in its sixth year that will support ten artists across ten months. Syllabus offers time to come together with artists from across the UK to discuss ideas, work, life and approaches Read More

Corinne Noordenbos Workshop Tell it in a Book

Corinne Noordenbos will deliver an intensive workshop over 5 days on visual language, narrative and the photobook as a tool to communicate.

This is a practice and theory based workshop intended for those with a photographic project they’re looking to develop, with a particular focus on the photobook.

To begin, Corinne Noordenbos will discuss her photographic practice Read More

Six-day immersive photographic workshop with Antoine d’Agata in Tbilisi, Georgia

This workshop, organised in collaboration with the Tbilisi Photography and Multimedia Museum, will give you the opportunity to explore Tbilisi under the guidance of Antoine d’Agata and make new work for publication in a collective zine.

This course is ideal for photographers wishing to broaden their perspectives and push the boundaries of their artistic practice. Throughout Read More



WOMEN’S EYE is a Program by the Kigali Center for Photography, focus on girls and women in photography in Rwanda by providing skills and assistance in their career (Providing space for Creating and Exhibiting, Assistance on Projects and Access to Monthly center’s activities)

The Kigali Center for Photography is the first and only center of Read More

Impact through Extinction Workshop with Eefje Ludwig & Rebecca Simons

Are you a photographer concerned with the topic of ‘Extinction’ in any shape or form, documentary or conceptually? Are you looking to move your work forward and find forms and new channels for distribution? Do you want to get a week of full focus on your work together with like minded peers under guidance and Read More

Experiments with the Irrational Workshop with Clare Strand

Clare Strand’s own working practice embraces the Absurd and Surrealist approaches – advocating the irrational, the unplanned and the automated. Her constantly evolving practice brings together intensive research, deadpan humour and insights into popular culture, shifting from the mysterious and the absurd to understanding public obsessions, often via trickery and manipulation. Recent works include machines Read More

The Stuff of Photography: five week series of workshops at TPG

Calling artists and researchers engaged with photographic materiality…

We are seeking applicants to participate in a five week series of Monday evening workshops this July at The Photographers’ Gallery, London. Facilitated by Professor Michelle Henning and Rowan Lear, the course will examine the physical materials of photography from critical, cultural and creative perspectives. Thanks to AHRC Read More

Applications open for ISSP 2019 – Photography & the World

ISSP are happy to announce that the applications for the first thematic edition of the International Summer School of Photography – “Photography and the World” are now open! ISSP 2019 will take place in Zaļenieki Manor, Latvia, from 12 – 20 July 2019. Through six workshops and interventions by invited experts, the summer school will Read More

East End Women’s Museum is looking for artist/s to design a creative participatory workshop

The East End Women’s Museum is seeking an artist/s, with a collaborative and inclusive ethos, to create a new participatory creative workshop as part of our local audience consultation project. The workshop will help us to understand our audience’s ideas and interests about our new Museum site in Barking. The workshop will be delivered independently Read More

Autograph ABP: Call for event proposal

We’re inviting artists, photographers, writers, performers, musicians, curators and collaborators to propose an event or activity that explores cultural diversity, human rights and/or disability through creative practice.

Three proposals will be selected by Autograph’s programming team to take place at our building Rivington Place in Shoreditch, London between June 2019 – Feb 2020.

Deadline to apply is 9am Read More

Shutter Hub Open 2018

The Shutter Hub OPEN 2018 will open on 4th October at The Old Truman Brewery in London. Join us from 6-9pm on Thursday 4th October for the private view and launch.

Part of Photomonth East London International Photography Festival, the OPEN brings together international photographers in a selected exhibition, celebrating the future of Read More

Four Corners Film: MODERN SUFFRAGETTE – Photography Project for Mothers

The Modern Suffragette
Photography project for mothers

This autumn Four Corners celebrates Suffragette history in East London.

The Modern Suffragette project offers free photography skills workshops for mothers, culminating in an exhibition at Four Corners Gallery in early 2019.

The project runs from November – December 2018, on  Thursday and Friday mornings, offering free, half-day sessions for mothers and parents. Read More

Research + narratives & platforms – workshop with Laia Abril / ORGAN VIDA


This workshop led by Laia Abril aims to provide participants a series of tools and strategies to enhance the investigation and construction of their narratives within their own projects. Abril’s work research-based revolves around conceptualisation and interpretation of facts, working with photography, video and mixed media installations.

Trained as a Read More


This CAMP session concerns telling tales about the land, and our relationship to it. It’s about using photography and text to reveal stories about the local environment and community, and the relationship that we have to the landscape and the ecosystems within it; reflecting back onto ourselves, and considering the possibility of revealing something about Read More

Workshop with Elina Brotherus at Kunst Haus Wien

KUNST HAUS WIEN is delighted to announce a photographic workshop with Finnish photographer Elina Brotherus on the topic “A NEW APPROACH TO AUTOBIOGRAPHY” in conjunction with the first comprehensive mid-career retrospective of the photographer in Austria.

The workshop will be held from June 28-July 1, 2018, at the KUNST HAUS WIEN. It will be based in Read More

ISSP: Curating Photography: a Laboratory of Ideas, Projects and Practices

International Summer School of Photography (ISSP) in Latvia extended applications deadline to a special ISSP 2018 workshop with an independent curator from Barcelona Natasha Christia “Curating Photography: a Laboratory of Ideas, Projects and Practices”. The workshop is a part of International Summer School of Photography 2018 (28 July – 5 August in Kuldīga) giving the participants Read More

CAMP: Human Nature with Anna Fox and Anne McNeill

This CAMP session concerns telling tales about the land, and our relationship to it. It’s about using photography and text to reveal stories about the local environment and community, and the relationship that we have to the landscape and the ecosystems within it; reflecting back onto ourselves, and considering the possibility of revealing something about Read More

International Summer School of Photography 2018

After a year-long creative break, the International Summer School of Photography (ISSP) is back with some fresh shifts in the programme! Alongside four workshops with some of the cutting edge voices in contemporary photography, we are very pleased to introduce our first ever workshop for PHOTOGRAPHY CURATORS as well as the ISSP RESIDENCY – an opportunity for individuals to work on Read More

Current calls for applications for PEER FORUM 2017 at The Photographers’ Gallery

Peer Forum, Artquest’s annual Peer Mentoring programme aims to assist artists by providing them with the funding, space and resources necessary to establish their own peer mentoring groups. Artquest are working in partnership with a number of London’s most respected art spaces to host these groups giving participants the opportunity to build relationships with their Read More

Photobook Week: workshop at FOMU

During the Photobook Week, FOMU and Photobook Festival Liège will present a five-day workshop on the step-by-step process of creating a photobook. Each day, a different international expert will introduce you to their world and share their skills. The first day will be focused on making the selection of pictures and creating sequences. On the Read More

Research workshop call: New Territories

New Territories: Landscape Representation in Contemporary Photographic Practices

Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, June 16 – 18, 2017

International Workshop

16, 17 and 18 June 2017, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin

This three-day international workshop provides an opportunity for an in-depth examination of contemporary developments in the genre of landscape and its photographic representation, and the ways in which Read More

Applications open for Tate Intensive 2017

Tate invites applications for the next edition of Tate Intensive, held in the new Switch House at Tate Modern, July 9 through 14, 2017.

Brought together in a spirit of exchange and collaboration, Tate Intensive participants will be asked to make specific contributions to discussions during the week, drawing on their own experience and Read More

The National Identity Workshop with Monika Fischbein

The National Identity Workshop (during PHOTOBLOCK 2016) with image-maker Monika Fischbein, involves participants in a discussion which addresses the different approaches exploring how do people’s nationality affect their artistic intellect and how does this impact on contemporary society? The workshop, hosted by Fotonow (Community Interest Company) responds to current needs within the changing face of Read More

Call for applications: Philosophy in the Context of Art



Royal Institute of Art, Stockholm

Flaggmansvägen 1, Skeppsholmen
SwedenPhilosophy in the Context of Art is a postgraduate course exploring the artistic significance of philosophical ideas. The course is devised for practitioners within the fields of art, design and architecture interested in investigating and reflecting upon philosophical discourses on art and the arts.

The course is given by the Read More