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2ND – 30TH SEPTEMBER 2017
THROUGHOUT THE NORTH OF SCOTLAND
FLOW FESTIVAL 2017 PROGRAMME
We are convening an international festival celebrating photography in all its forms to be held biennially across the north of Scotland. The inaugural FLOW Photofest will launch in Inverness and the North of Scotland in September 2017 and will comprise exhibitions, talks, films and workshops.
FLOW Photofest is grateful for the financial support of the Inverness Common Good Fund, Highlands and Islands Enterprise, and sponsorship from Impact Hub Inverness and the Scottish Society for the History of Photography.
FULL PROGRAMME NOW AVAILABLE:
FLOW Photofest EVENTS FOR SEPTEMBER
Exhibitions: in Inverness and throughout the Highlands
Films: each Thursday evening at Eden Court Cinema, Inverness
Talks & discussions: 2-3 Sept. Eden Court Sunday’s talks are sponsored by the Scottish Society for the History of Photography
Portfolio Reviews: Saturday 16 Sept. Eden Court with Malcolm Dickson Director of Street Level Photoworks, Glasgow; Katherine Parhar Director of Fòcas Scotland; photographer James Pfaff; and the FLOW review team. The portfolio reviews are sponsored by Inverness Camera Club
Workshops: at the Highland Print Studio, Inverness, and the Inverness Museum and Art Gallery
MAP of venues
FLOW Photofest is hosting several exhibitions of photographs from internationally acclaimed and award-winning photographers from Iceland, Finland, Scotland and Norway. There will be a series of concurrent events throughout the North of Scotland. Along with the larger exhibitions there will be the Small Walls feature with shops and cafes hosting everything from single photographs to small galleries around Inverness and Loch Ness.
A film festival dedicated to photography will show at Eden Court Theatre, and a series of talks are taking place the during the first weekend of the festival along with workshops and Portfolio Review sessions – more details to be announced in the 2017 Programme. The Open Competition 2017 invited photographers to submit work based on the festival theme with the best photographs exhibited in Inverness during the Festival. This unique Festival extends to locations throughout the Highlands & Islands including premier venues such as An Lanntair Museum and Art Gallery in Stornaway, Timespan in Helmsdale and Inverewe House.
You can contact organisers through the following contact form.