MA Photography and BA Top-Up students will gather together from Wednesday 7 to Friday 9 July for a virtual face-to-face event that will give them the chance to explore their practice and network with their peers.
Gem uses photography, archival research and participatory practices to explore the intersection between art and science, with a focus on plants, illustration and women in history.
During her session with students, Gem will demonstrate a range of processes and techniques on the theme of 'online alternative process and sustainable darkroom practices'.
Students will learn how to make photographs and prints from materials in their fridge and garden, as well as how to develop film with non-toxic recipes that are safe to conduct in their own kitchens.
Portfolio reviews will also take place throughout the event, giving students the opportunity to get valuable feedback on their work from the course team.
Interested in what it takes to succeed at a photography portfolio review? MA Photography Module Leader Anna-Maria Pfab shares her advice: