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Forthcoming Events

Thursday meetings.

Summer Day in Windmill House garden

Don’t forget to bring your lunch and some work to this pleasant informal day. We use this occasion to talk and make plans about the future. I do hope lots of you will come.




A weekend of Photographic Narrative with Julia Winckler and Marilyn Stafford

Julia is a photographer and Senior Lecturer on the BA Photography and MA Creative Media courses at the University of Brighton, School of Media. She has also been education consultant on the Through Our Eyes photography program, Hong Kong Baptist University for over ten years.

Julia’s interdisciplinary work focuses on archival traces, memory and migration narratives, bringing together knowledge gained from degrees in African Studies & Anthropology, Social Work and Photography.

Julia has exhibited widely, with solo exhibitions in Germany, France, Italy and England and group shows in Canada, Cyprus and Taiwan. She has published essays and co-authored a book, and is currently co-researcher on the SSHRC funded Children of the City: from street to playground (2013-2017), which mobilizes a collection of archival photographs shown in a co-curated exhibition at the City of Toronto Archives Gallery (2017). She has also just curated Photographic Memories - Lost Corners of Paris: The Children of cité Lesage-Bullourde and Boulogne-Billancourt, 1950 for the Alliance Francaise gallery, Toronto with early contact sheets and vintage prints by pioneering photographer Marilyn Stafford, restored by Julia for the March 2017 exhibition.


Marilyn Stafford will join us on Sunday and show the work Julia curated for the exhibition mentioned below. There was an article about her work in The Observer on 30th April entitled ‘The photographer who captured a time of change. She has an exhibition of her work at Lucy Bell’s Gallery, St Leonards-on-Sea from 6th May to 24th June, before moving to the Art Bermondsey Project Space in London in late June.