A Miniclick Photo Talk
Nov
21
6:30 pm18:30

A Miniclick Photo Talk

Leeds talk: the rural and the urban with Kate Mellor and Charlie Meecham

Kate talks about her use of the pinhole camera and using a 1930s Plaubel Makina for her most recent work. Charlie discusses our relationship with trees drawing attention to the effect of space on how they grow.

Photographs by Kate Mellor (left) and by Charlie Meecham (above)

Photographs by Kate Mellor (left) and by Charlie Meecham (above)

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The BREXIT Show
Apr
20
to 2 May

The BREXIT Show

The BREXIT show is on at the Crossley Gallery at Dean Clough, Halifax.

It contains the work of over twenty artists including Steve Gumbley and Bryan Tweddle. Both Charlie and Kate are exhibiting work in the Brexit Show. Charlie is exhibiting photographs of themed roundabouts taken in France and Italy and Kate is showing the series of hand made books Goodbye to Language.

You are invited to the launch on 20th April 12-2.

St Pantele. Detail of photograph by Charlie Meecham.

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Guilbert and Kate:  A collaboration
Jun
23
to 8 Jul

Guilbert and Kate: A collaboration

You are invited to view Guilbert and Kate: A collaboration at TRACE, a mini show by Kate Mellor. Photographic research on Kate and Guilbert the cat playing. Venue location TRACE, Lower Cross Stone, Cross Stone Rd, Todmorden, OL14 5TB. Opening times: 23rd - 24th June, 28th June - 1st July, 5th - 6th July 2 pm - 6 pm. Email trace.shed@gmail.com for invitation to the launch on Saturday 30th June 2 pm - 6 pm. This exhibition is part of the Hebden Bridge Arts Festival 2018.

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Topographies of the Image:  Post-Industrial Observations
Jun
23
to 8 Jul

Topographies of the Image: Post-Industrial Observations

Charlie Meecham and Kate Mellor show work in the Hebden Bridge Arts Festival along this year's theme of non-conformism. Their photographs focus on new post-industrial landscapes and architecture revealing some of the problems that occur. Venue is Machpelah Works Basement, Hebden Bridge, HX7 8AU. Opening times are 23-24 June, 27 June - 1 July, 4-8 July 2-6.00pm.

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