SLP Members Exhibition: Marie Claire Lacey
Marie Claire Lacey's work is the latest to be included in a series of members exhibitions hosted within the Street Level Facility. On show until 8th November 2016.
Street Level partners with Photomonth East London and Uncertain States
We are partnering with Photomonth East London 2016 and Uncertain States in the presentation of work by 4 artists associated with recent exhibitions at Street Level – Alan Knox, Catherine Cameron, Karen Vaughan and Sarah Amy Fishlock – who will feature as part of Uncertain States Annual at Mile End Art Pavilion from 17th to 27th November. Commissioned Photomonth artists who exhibit in the exhibition 'The Disinherited' featuring Alina Kisina, Heather McDonough and Ed Barber will be seen in Glasgow in 2017. For more info on Uncertain States and Photomonth East London see h…Learn More
North Sea Fishing
Street Level are supporting the tour of Jeremy Sutton-Hibbert’s ‘North Sea Fishing’ at several East Coast venues which will launch at the Scottish Fisheries Museum in Anstruther, then be seen in Wick, Thurso, Arbroath, Montrose, Peterhead and Bonhoga in Shetland. More info to followLearn More
Glasgow and Marseille
2016 marks ten years of twinning and Friendship between Glasgow and the City of Marseille. As part of this, we have been undertaking an exhibition exchange, the third part of which is presentation of work by Frank McElhinney and Kotryna Ula Kiliulyte at La Photographie Marseille in October and November of this year. More info to followLearn More
SLP Members Exhibition: Colin Templeton
Colin Templeton's work is the latest to be included in a series of members exhibitions hosted within the Street Level Facility. On show until 30th June 2016.
Island Drift at Creative Scotland
A selection of work from NVA's 'Island Drift' is now on show within Creative Scotland's offices in Edinburgh.
'Island Drift' is the result of an eight month programme of creative interventions at Loch Lomond. Designer James Johnson and photographer Alan McAteer worked with NVA’s creative director Angus Farquhar and park rangers to manipulate moving and static light sources on land and water. Multiple camera positions were used to achieve a powerful series of digital images articulating the Highland boundary fault line.Learn More