The University of Salford Art Collection is set to launch a touring exhibition at galleries across the Northwest. Craig Easton: Is Anybody Listening? is supported by The National Lottery Heritage Fund, and will showcase two award-winning series of photographs, alongside an engagement programme for young people called Our Time, Our Place.
A long-time advocate for authentically representing communities in the North, Easton’s exhibition seeks to challenge stereotypes and raise aspirations of young people within the region.
The new touring exhibition Craig Easton: Is Anybody Listening? launches this Thursday 12th of January at Open Eye Gallery, Liverpool, before touring to Salford, Blackpool, and Birkenhead. Click here, for the full details of Is Anybody Listening? in Liverpool.
Alongside the exhibition, the engagement programme, Our Time, Our Place, which also includes Blackburn, will empower young people to discuss current issues, explore their own history, and share it through pathways in photography and associated practices.
For all the information about Is Anybody Listening? Our Time, Our Place, and to stay up to date with the latest about the programme, click here.
Is Anybody Listening? Our Time, Our Place is presented by the University of Salford and generously supported by The National Lottery Heritage Fund.