by wyusuf | 13-02-17
Leicester College lecturer Paul O’Leary has launched a photography festival called ‘Photocizens’ with collaborators from around Europe with the aim to take it global.
[caption id="attachment_359" align="alignright" width="285"] PAUL O'LEARY[/caption]
Photocitizens International Photography Festival was established in 2015, with the aim to connect undergraduates and postgraduate photography students across the world with photography festivals, galleries and art organisations around the world.
The concept for 2016/2017 is National Identity seeking to explore labels that define the idea of national identity, how people describe themselves and the signs and symbols that they use as a group or individuals to portray their identity.read more
by wyusuf | 09-09-16
Gemma Astbury former learner from Leicester College won the coveted title of ‘Fujifilm Student Photographer of the Year 2016’ – she was also the Curator’s choice winner in February.
Leicester College was the source of the most entries in the Awards and the Photo Department will be presented with £500 worth of film from Fujifilm.
Gemma won £200 worth of Fujifilm film, a professional quality portfolio by Metroprint (www.metro-print.co.uk) and a one-to-one printing/consultancy session with one of their top printers. She will also receive a special bundle of Instax goodies, including Instax cameras, Instax printer and films.read more
by hgeorg | 15-08-16
Mark Boulton who is in year 2 of his Foundation Degree in photography with video at Leicester College won the ‘Digital Category’ as part of the HARMAN technology ltd Student Competition 2015, the theme for this year was “Saturday Night at the Movies”.
HARMAN hold an annual photography competition that invites all budding photographers to submit their creative entries.
This year the competition saw just short of 1000 entries and took the judges several hours to decide which two images should be selected as the winner in their respective category.read more