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Street Level Photoworks

Trongate 103, Glasgow G1 5HD

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Overview

Street Level provides inspiring encounters in photography for all; a place that is embedded locally and connected internationally; a creative setting to make, engage with, and buy photography.
 

Street Level is a leading photography arts organisation that provides artists and the public with a range of opportunities to make and engage with photography. It is a gallery and an open access photographic production facility. We are committed to quality and equality across activity. We provide a high quality artistic programme in the city of Glasgow that is challenging and accessible, local and international, diverse and highly individual.

Our programme’s reach is also extended through a growing partnership network of local, regional and national venues that we provide exhibitions for. We also devise and deliver education and outreach projects, which forge paths for lifelong learning and increase access to the arts for all who want to participate.

We have a retail area selling photographic magazines, self-published zines and books, alongside editioned quality prints by artists both local and international. Visit our online shop for a selection of the work; a larger selection is available in-house.

Malcolm Dickson: Gallery Director 

Iseult Timmermans: Education and Development Coordinator

Sarah Amy Fishlock: Programme Assistant

Sandra McWilliams: Office and Finance Coordinator

John Farrell:  Retail and Reception Coordinator

Tim Dalzell: Digital Marketer 

Gallery Assistant: Donna Maria Kelly

Bill Breckenridge: Exhibition Technician (Freelance)

For all enquiries contact:
reception@streetlevelphotoworks.org  
T: 0141 552 2151

Opening Hours:
Tuesday - Saturday | 10am - 5pm
Sunday | 12 - 5pm
First Thursday of each month also open from 6 - 8pm.

Street Level is based in Trongate 103 which is situated on Trongate in Glasgow's Merchant City area. If you are travelling to Glasgow, you can easily access Trongate 103 by public transport.

By Train: The nearest mainline stations are Queen Street and Central Station. please call 08457 48 49 50 for timetable details. The nearest local train stations are Argyle Street and High Street.

By Subway: St. Enoch is the closest subway station to Trongate 103.

By Bus: Trongate 103 is easily accessible by bus. For full bus, train and subway information, please call Traveline Scotland on 0871 200 22 23 or visit www.travelinescotland.com.

Parking: There are car parks situated on Albion St, King St and Glassford St which are all just a few minutes walk from Trongate 103.

Admission is free.



  

Board Members

Arabella Harvey - Chair

I am a visual arts programmer based just south of Edinburgh, with a background in painting, art history and theory. In addition to an independent curatorial practice, I am currently Director at the Peter Potter Gallery in Haddington, where we are delivering a major programme of activity called Lost Landscapes which includes newly commissioned work by artists working with lens based media. I am delighted to support SLPs valuable programmes with the knowledge and experience I have gained in the visual arts sector.

Eleanor Yule

Eleanor is an award winning Scottish Film and Television director and writer. She has made numerous arts documentaries for world wide broadcast, and more recently moved into film drama, making her debut feature, 'Blinded', in 2004. She also teaches screenwriting to a wide diversity of students across Europe and the UK.

Morag Ramsay

I am a French, Spanish and TEFL teacher with 20 years experience teaching in Universities, FE colleges and secondary schools in Scotland, France and Spain. I am currently responsible for International Education at St Aloysius College, Glasgow. I am also a keen photographer and follower of contemporary art.

Cristina Armstrong

Cristina has a background in project management across a range of cultural and event led projects including site specific and large scale outdoor works. Her previous projects include the Delhi 2010 Commonwealth Games Handover Ceremony and Glasgow International and joined NVA in early 2011 as Project Manager of Speed of Light. Cristina is a graduate from the Fine Art Photography department at Glasgow School of Art and has a passion for lens based media.

Oscar Van Heek

Oscar works as writer/director, having recently written and directed Dark Water, a unique collaboration with composer Malcolm Lindsay, Scottish Opera and Creative Scotland. The project is now being developed as a feature film, which Oscar will also direct. He has written several feature film scripts, including the original screenplay Carmen’s Two Weddings as well as adapting the multi award-winning novel 'Reef'. Previous to that he produced the feature film 'Blinded' starring Peter Mullan; Jodhi May and Phyllida Law.

Oscar was head of Development for Creative Scotland and has produced and exec produced numerous short films including the award winning GASMAN by LYNN RAMSAY, and LITTLE SISTERS by ANDY GODDARD. He teaches film at Screen Academy Scotland where he also set up and currently runs lo-fi; a low budget feature film programme with the BBC and Creative Scotland.

As a photographer, he is currently engaged in a multi platform ‘Waterfall’ project resulting in book, exhibition and multimedia app, as well as continuing work on a series called Vanitas.

Rachel Clarke

Rachel is a communications and sponsorship expert and has worked in the cultural sector for twenty years. She has worked in-house as a fundraiser at the Edinburgh International Festival (5 years) and National Theatre in London, then moved agency-side to provide advice and support to the corporate sector, specialising in culture, charity and high-end sports partnerships. Her clients have included multiple award winning campaigns such as The Unilever Series of commissions for Tate Modern’s Turbine Hall, Morgan Stanley’s European sponsorship portfolio of visual arts and baroque music, and HSBC’s global campaign Cultural Exchange exploring culture in emerging markets (China, Brazil, India and the Middle East).

She is also an expert in festivals and has worked on fundraising and communications campaigns for the London Jazz Festival, London Design Festival, Newport’s year long celebration of The Ryder Cup, Homecoming Scotland, Liverpool European Capital of Culture and the FT Weekend Oxford Literary Festival. Other cultural clients include the British Council, British Library,ICA,V&A, Wales Millennium Centre and Frieze.

Rachel assists corporate and brand clients in partnerships with cultural, sporting and charity partners. They include BNP Paribas, UBS, Lloyds Bank, HSBC, HSBC Private Bank, Scottish Widows, First Direct, American Airlines, Corus steel and BP. She has an MSc in Cultural Services Management from Edinburgh University and in involved in the development and delivery of the European Sponsorship Association Sponsorship Diploma and associated Arts Certificate. 

2014 facilities, retail and web developments have been supported with investment from The Enterprise Ready Fund, Creative Scotland and The Foyle Foundation.

(Glasgow Photography Group Ltd with charitable status (SCO 16470)  trading as Street Level Photoworks. Registered in Scotland No 113667).