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FORMAT PhotoForum

24 Oct
12 Dec 2019

PhotoForum is a series of inspirational talks about the world of photography. 


Dan Wheeler, Photo Parlour Nottingham - Thursday 24th October 6:30 - 8:00pm

Led by Photographer Dan Wheeler, The Photo Parlour is a darkroom and studio in Nottingham which provides photographers with film processing, hand printing, as well as being gallery and workshop space.

Dan will be talking about his journey of building up The Photo Parlour into the vibrant analogue venue it is today, as well as talking about his own photographic practice.


Max Kandhola
Wednesday 13th November 6:30pm - 8:00pm

Max Kandhola is a renowned photographer whose work has been widely exhibited in the UK, Europe and the USA. Alongside his practice, Max currently holds the position of Principal Lecturer and Head of Photography at Nottingham Trent University. His research and practice centres on relationships, the human condition and the politics of representation in photography.

His work over the years has dealt with issues around death and dying, faith, landscape, the diaspora, identity and British boxing.
Kandhola has been documenting British boxers since 1996 – his fourth publication, The Aura of Boxing (published by Dewi Lewis) coincide with Max’s multi-site exhibition touring exhibition to great acclaim.


Paul Hill - Open session 
Thursday 12th December 6:30pm - 8:00pm

Internationally renowned photographer, author and tutor Paul Hill MBE is back for this popular open session. 

The Open Session offers a great opportunity to share your work with peers, practitioners and curators for informed feedback and critical development. Or be part of the audience to see the latest trends in photography, and join in critiquing and exploring a range of artists work while supporting upcoming talent. 

If you want to show your work (maximum 12 images - as files or prints - to give an opportunity for discussion), please contact Paul in advance at

Tickets £5, £4 concessions, £2.50 for 16-25 year olds.