Urban Encounters Conference Goldsmiths 2016 is a three day event that starts on Thursday 3 November 18.30 – 21.00 at the Tate Modern Artist’s Talk – the keynote speaker is Sirkka-Liisa Konttinen, this will be followed by the UrbanPhotoFest opening.
On Sunday 18th September over 20 people – some returning members and some new members – walked with Gill Golding and Allan Grainger, the founders of Urban Photographers Brighton, to uncover the history of the North Laine. Gill’s talk during
This is a group for anyone who likes taking photographs of the urban landscape and wants to learn more about urban photography, and enjoys the company of others with the same interest. All skill levels and equipment are welcome; point-and-shoots,
Allan Grainger & Gill Golding, the co-founders of UPB, invite you to discover walking as a mode of artistic practice whilst engaging with the urban environment. The aim of the walk will be to encourage conversations, provide opportunities to
Kent Larson is Director of the Changing Places research group and co-directs the City Science Initiative at the MIT Media Lab. His recent work has focused on “Responsive Housing”. The video is a couple of years old yet I think
Urban Photographers Brighton (UPB) are excited to announce our Brighton walking/photography workshop on Saturday 18 June 2016 Join us to create a visual urban narrative that will be shown on the UPB website, urbanphotographersbrighton.com This workshop will be led by
The London Festival of Architecture takes place throughout June and raises some interesting questions about community. The Festival features exhibitions and a range of events which may be of interest to urban photographers who are attempting to unravel relevant issues.
Rebecca Solnit, one of my favourite writers, considers the cost of gentrification -last week, the Sierra Club left San Francisco, its home since its founding 124 years ago. Like so many individuals and institutions, it was pushed out by high
Architecture can form the structure for internal or external gathering places, however, geographer Doreen Massey defines places, not by their physical characteristics, but as the points of interconnecting flows of people, goods, communications, memories, and imagination, positing that all places