TSP Special Edition: Catherine Rondeau, CCA Resident Artist

Please come for a sneak peek at Catherine Rondeau’s work in progress and her studio-flat, a part of CCA normally invisible to the public. This special addition to TalkSeePhotography will see CCA studio resident artist Catherine Rondeau in dialogue with Melanie Letoré about the series she has been creating since arriving in Glasgow last March.…

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS INCUBATOR 2018/19

Call for Submissions TalkSeePhotography Incubator Series Open: 09 April 2018 Deadline for Submissions: 30 June 2018 TalkSeePhotography is a monthly event where an artist, curator or writer on photography presents a public lecture on their work in conversation with a fellow maker or thinker. Our TSP Incubator Series is an opportunity for developing and sharing…

TSP May 2018

This event takes place in the cinema at CCA 7pm Monday the 14th of May. The last TalkSeePhotography before the summer will see Jannica Honey will speak about her collaborations with musicians. Music and Photography have a long standing relationship. From Blue Note to Bowie to Kendrick Lamar the meeting of the two form a…

TSP April 2018

NOTES Journal 2 Years on/Open Forum For our April event Talk See Photography is delighted to present a conversation with NOTES Journal. The event will be chaired by Deirdre MacKenna founder of Cultural Documents and former STiLLS director. NOTES is a Scottish artist-led photography journal which aim to contribute to visual and critical grassroots discourses in Scottish photography thinking…

TSP March 2018

12th of March 7-9pm TSPs March event will see Professor Bridget Fowler and Dr Alison Eldridge in conversation about the sociologist Pierre Bourdieu’s photographic work from Algeria. After serving as a soldier with the French army in Algeria revolution Bourdieu took a position at the university in Algers and began to make photographs alongside his note taking.…

TSP December 2017

Monday 11th December 7 PM – 9 PM at the CCA In her ongoing personal project ‘Exottish’, Simpson explores the impact of visual norms in Scottish society. The catalyst to this project is racism that Simpson’s daughter has experienced in school and the authorities’ following inability to ensure it does not happen again. To firmly…