Reflector Zine Launch
Join Culture Collective artists Morwenna Kearsley & Alex Popa for the launch of Reflector - a new photography zine for Govanhill that showcases photographs made by participants of local photography workshops run as part of the Culture Collective residency based in Govanhill. Come along to Kiosk (25 Prince Edward St G42 8LU) on Saturday 12th March from 12pm - 2.30pm to pick up your free copy! Image: © Grant McManus …Learn More
Green Arts Day 2019
To commemorate #GreenArts Day 2019 we asked photographer Jeremy Sutton-Hibbert to discuss @EverydayClimateChange, a collective Instagram account involving 20 photographers from 6 continents.
Artist News: Doro Zinn
Doro Zinn who undertook a residency at Street Level last August as part of Photographic Parallels, will participate in the exhibition A place called Дom at SomoS Art Space, Berlin alongside artists Stephanie Steinkopf and Tatiana Hahn, curated by Anastasia Leonova.
SLP Members Space: Paul Walton
The latest Street Level Members exhibition is Paul Walton's 'Given'; a series of darkroom prints of figurative sculpture, shot on film. The subjects are ‘art treasures’ in galleries, manikins, cheap souvenirs, sometimes sculptures of people, sometimes gods or animals, and images of stained glass are included as ‘sculpture’.
Scotland House Brussels: Looking to the Future
On 28th May a selection of work from Futureproof 2017 opens at Scotland House in Brussels, in honour of Scotland’s Year of Young People. The exhibition will be opened by Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon in a lunchtime reception to mark the official opening of the Scottish Government's enhanced presence in Brussels. Scotland House stated: 'Scotland has had a long-established presence in Brussels, including almost 20 years in Scotland House at Rond-Point Schuman. In line with the Scottish Government’s newly-established network across the EU in London, Dublin, Be…Learn More
Just Another Photo Festival is a grass-roots photography, film and new media festival that democratize visual media by bringing it back to the world itself and forging new audiences. The third instalment takes place in Kolkata in December 2017. As part of the festival, Street Level will show a revised edit of the Scotland's Far North video piece. Originally created for Regional Screen Scotland, the full 14-minute edit was seen in 35 locations across Scotland in the Screen Machine, an 80-seat fully accessible, digital mobile cinema. …Learn More
Screen Machine: Scotland's Far North
Street Level Photoworks continue their partnership with Regional Screen Scotland to explore a new way of presenting photography to new audiences. This new instalment sees the presentation of a video work which compliments the major exhibition of three photographers work opening at Street Level in June 2017, Scotland's Far North.
When Attitudes Become Form
Street Level Photoworks, Wednesday 7th June, 3-5pm
The information carried by the many pages on display at this book launch charts the journey taken by 2nd year students from the Fine Art Photography Department at Glasgow School of Art.Learn More
Scottish work at Just Another Photography Festival, Varansi, India, 2016
Street Level curate Scottish work for projection at Just Another Photography Festival, which will take place in Varanasi, India, between the 3rd and 6th of November.
Open Call for Submissions: Publications
Street Level Photoworks is a leading photography arts organisation that provides artists and the public with a range of opportunities to make and engage with photography. We are also a premier outlet to buy photographic prints and publications, with a small but specialist retail space dedicated to promoting the very best in emerging photographic talent from across the country. With that in mind we are looking to take stock of new and exciting artist books, publications and zines to promote and sell through our bookshop Chosen publications will also be featured in a showcase event …Learn More
Season of Photography 2016
We are now into the second week of the Season of Photography 2016!
The Season of Photography brings together and illuminates the wealth of photography exhibitions and events taking place throughout Scotland from 1st September - 30th November 2016.Learn More