May and June are always one of the most creative months of my year, Summer supposedly starts, Fuse festival ignites and the local creative universities, UCA Chatham and the University … Continue reading
In February under the lead of the Medway artist Chris Van Beck, POP transforms into a creative laboratory incorporating a darkroom and an exhibition space. Every weekend Chris and other … Continue reading
Are you a musician/filmmaker/artist/photographer/organisation etc who would like more people to know about your work and what you do? Perhaps you always wanted to know what musicians/filmmakers/artists/photographers etc live and … Continue reading
If you can remember a while back I did an article about going out with a friend and -kind of- teaching her a little about photography and how to use … Continue reading
Artists are a self-hating bunch. That’s the prevailing notion among the ‘normals’, anyway. By ‘normals’ I mean people who don’t consider themselves artists or ‘creatives’, although I think Mr. Teller, … Continue reading
Last week I found myself in Menorca, well I say found, I mean went on a family holiday, where I spent ages taking photographs. Soaking Up The Sights I spent … Continue reading
I did have an amazing set of photographs set for this article, however, my laptop decided to die on me. I have decided to use these photographs as they show … Continue reading
I decided, in all of my wisdom that a road trip on 50cc mopeds would be a good idea. Fortunately my friend is as ‘bonkers mad’ as I am, so … Continue reading
I thought I would share with you what inspires me to photograph. Also I thought I would tell you what my personal photographic interests are. What Makes My Mind Tick … Continue reading
Over the course of these articles one name keeps popping up. So many times I would ask an artist to send a picture of themselves and time after time the … Continue reading
We Don’t Need No Education This week I went to my local country park to meet with a fellow photographer. However, she wanted me to teach her to shoot in … Continue reading
Rochester is beautiful. We all know that. The historical buildings, the river scene; it’s all been photographed and painted so many times and rightly so. There is a photographer in … Continue reading
As part of Medway’s Year of Celebration, Medway Council is hosting the Britain from the Air outdoor exhibition a stunning collection of more than 80 large scale images, by Britain’s … Continue reading
Creative minds: meeting like minds. Interested in art and creativity? Come and mingle with like-minded individuals and share coffee and ideas. Open to all artists if you’re a beginner or someone … Continue reading
Through the Swale Arts Grant, Swale Borough Council has agreed to support the community photographic projects which are being run in Faversham and on the Isle of Sheppey. The award … Continue reading
Throughout April 2011 Philip Kane plans on running an experiment to try answering the following question: What impact can the development of a virtual community have on a real world creative … Continue reading
Applications are invited from artists to participate in a mini-residency on LV21, a lightship moored off Gillingham Pier in Kent. Taking place over three days in March and April, artists … Continue reading
Some of the best creative talent from Kent will be exhibited during February and March in No. 1 Smithery: The Gallery – a new contemporary exhibition space of the highest … Continue reading
Rikard Osterlund is a professional photographer in Kent who switches between being a commercial photographer, photographic artist and photography lecturer. I found out some more about him and where his love … Continue reading
The “Year In The Life Of” photography project returns for 2011, this time also extending to include Canterbury and Sheppey. The project aims to capture a year in the life … Continue reading
Agnitio is a group exhibition by four contemporary Photographers: Dominika Ciemira (Poland), Sonja Earl (UK), Ida Söderlund (Finland), Vladimir Shilin (Latvia).
Red White and Blue is an exhibition covering the subject of how Britain has changed and presents the dissapearance of historical Britain in photographic medium.
“Breaking point” is an group exhibition exploring personal identity in relation to trauma.