Photofusion is pleased to announce our current exhibition, “Broader Implications,” featuring the work of artist Lucia Pizzani. This exhibition showcases two bodies of work made in response to the on-going crisis in Pizzani’s home country of Venezuela.
21 September – 20 October 2017
28 September 2017, 18:30 – 21:00
Suitable for ages 10 upwards (but under 16 must be accompanied).
This hands-on workshop run by Lucía Pizzani and Paul Ellis has been made possible thanks to The Arts Council Grants for the Arts and is part of the Broader Implications exhibition by Pizzani at the Photofusion Gallery.
This autumn we are running a video course for London based photographers. We will take you through each stage of film making from story boarding to practical workshops with top of the range equipment to editing your footage with a post production masterclass.
Last summer we started our Saturday Session, where we invited members to come along and share their work with each other. If you have a project you would like to get some feedback on, or if you just want to join in the conversation, please come along.
Photofusion are proud to offer the only large format digital negative printing service in London. Producing physical black and white negatives which enable photographers and artists to contact print onto a range of traditional and historic photographic papers and processes.
Using a dedicated largeformat printer, loaded with Cone Piezography inks to print onto the amazing Pictorico Ultrapremium OHP, we offer negatives optimised for different alternative and historic processes, including salt, cyanotype, platinum / palladium, as well as negatives suitable for printing onto normal black and white photographic papers.
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SALON/17, our annual members’ show, is just around the corner. This show, which features the work of up to 100 of our members, is always the highlight of the year. This year, we’re including artists’ book dummies, handmade and self-published photobooks in the exhibition.
Photofusion and 198 Contemporary Arts and Learning are pleased to announce that we will be joining Arts Council England’s National Portfolio of Organisations as of April 2018. While Photofusion and 198 Contemporary Arts and Learning have individual mission statements, our aims are strongly aligned. The most significant area of common ground, and the reason we have come together to form this partnership, is that both organisations have a long-standing and well-evidenced commitment to diversity in the arts. We will deliver a programme that will support young people and artists, with a particular focus on under-represented groups. We would like to thank everyone who has supported us over the past few years, and while the environment is still challenging, this award will go a long way towards ensuring our futures.
Free Training Workshops
London Creative Network with part funding from the European Regional Development Fund is able to offer free training in video and printing.
To qualify you need to have been registered with HMRC as self-employed for over a year (producing a tax return) and live in a London postcode area.
If you are interested please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Film & Paper for Sale
Parallax Photographic are now selling film and paper at Photofusion.
Have a look at the website for the full range of film, paper and chemistry they stock or ask for them in person at the front desk. The range of products Parallax stocks will expand over time, so if there’s something you need and can’t see it on the website, please don’t hesitate to ask.
Photofusion Photography Centre members receive a 5% discount all on products (including film).