Birmingham Saturday 28th May 2016 Birmingham Repertory Theatre, Broad St, Birmingham, B1 2EP
London Saturday 11th June 2016 Park Theatre, Clifton Terrace, Finsbury Park, London N4 3JP
I will also be exhibiting some of my work from “Photo’s I’ll never take” in The Park Theatre for about five weeks. See the Fertility Fest website for more information
UNCERTAIN STATES 2014
14 November – 5 December 2014
Private View: Thursday 13 November 6:30 – 9:00 pm
Uncertain States is pleased to announce the Fifth Annual Exhibition UCS 2014 at The Bank Gallery.
The exhibition is a selection of photographers that have contributed to the quarterly Uncertain States broadsheets over the years. This years artists include Adrian Hardy, Agatha a. Nitecka, Ania Dabrowska, Cat Stevens, Charlie Fjatstrom, Christina Reid, David George, Fiona Yaron-Field, Franscico Gomez de Villaboa, Heather McDonough, James Russell Cant, Josephine Coy, Karl Ohiri, Martina Geccelli, Mick Williamson, Mish Amikoff, Radoslav Daskalov, Richard Ansett, Rebecca Sainsot Reynolds, Richard Sawdon-Smith, Robin Grierson, Roy Mehta, Spencer Rowell, Susan Andrews and Tracey Holland.
The Bank Gallery, Central House
59-63 Whitechapel High Street
London E1 7PF
Tue- Fri: 11 am – 7 pm, Sat & Sun: 12 pm – 5: 30 pm.
Wary of announcing good news as so far, most of my announcements end up not happening. I entered the “Uncertain states” photography competition for a chance to have an exhibition in October. I didn’t get selected as one of the chosen nine, however, I got an email saying they loved my work and would I like to have it printed in their next broadsheet publication, out in November. This also means that I can show it in an exhibition at the end of the year as they show all contributors to the broadsheet then. Of course I said yes! However, one catch, I have to pay £170 towards the cost of printing, but get about 100 copies to distribute to whoever I want. They also send the broadsheet to their contacts and other galleries. They said they would deduct the fee I paid to enter their competition, off the £170. Barry, my husband said, “being Scottish, I wouldn’t pay it”. I told him that I would make him pay it if they ask him. He also got an email saying they had put his photos on file for a future publication. On Balance, I still think its a good offer, they have good photos in their publication and have a standard to maintain, so its good to be selected. I entered photos from the “Death of Hope” series
Also got an email from someone who has seen my work on wordpress saying she would like to buy one of my prints. Its a long slog getting noticed but I am getting some (slow) success.