Events are planned throughout the six week duration of the festival produced by the Biennial and its partners.
For BPB 2010, an exciting series of panels, in-conversation events and artist talks are scheduled for the Biennial Opening Weekend starting on Friday 1, Saturday 2 and finishing on Sunday 3 October. Please follow this link to download complete details of the Biennial Opening Weekend. This offers a rare opportunity to hear many of the artists invited to be part of the Biennial present their work, debate current issues influencing the latest developments in photography publishing and printing, and listen to Martin Parr discuss his curatorial approach.
The Biennial Opening Weekend events will be staged at the Sallis Benney Theatre, University of Brighton on Grand Parade. The Biennial Information Hub shared with Brighton Photo Fringe and the Publishers Hub will staged at this venue alongside the events. The University of Brighton restaurant and cafe will be open throughout this period.
If you plan to visit during the Biennial Opening Weekend you are advised to arrive by 10am on the morning of Friday 1 October with a view to departing at the end of the afternoon on Sunday 3 October.
Tickets for all Biennial produced events, including the Opening Weekend, are on sale now. Early bird discounted tickets are available for purchase until Sunday 5 September. Concessionary rates available for students and OAPs, with valid ID proof to be shown on entry to each event. Book early to avoid disappointment due to limited number of seats and availability of concessionary tickets. See each session for ticket price.
Tickets for each Biennial Opening Weekend session are available at: www.brightonticketshop.com
For information on events throughout the Biennial period, please refer to the BPB 2010 Free Guide.
You are advised to join the Biennial e-mailing list to receive further updates and information.
Past EventsPortfolio Review Day
Martin Parr & BPB 2010 Open Lecture for Students
You've Been Framed: A One-Day Festival of Photography For Young People
Photography Conference: Documentary Aesthetics
The Role of the Camera in the Classroom: Event for Teachers
Do You Remember the First Time?
Finding Views/ Changing Views 2 : Events for Students, Teachers and Young People
Finding Views/ Changing Views 1: Events for Students, Teachers and Young People
Talks by Artists
BIENNIAL OPENING WEEKEND Session Five: In Conversation: Talking About Queer Pictures
BIENNIAL OPENING WEEKEND Session Four: Panel Discussion: New Directions in Producing, Printing & Collecting Photography
BIENNIAL OPENING WEEKEND Session Three: Film Screening & Panel Discussion: Photography & the Book
Biennial Studio Print Visits
Brighton Photo Fringe
BIENNIAL OPENING WEEKEND Session Two: Artist Talks
BIENNIAL OPENING WEEKEND Session One: In Conversation: BPB 2010 and Artist Talks