ReMap is an arts initiative based at BLANK Gallery in Portslade. The project is led by HISTORIA, a collective of Brighton based photographic artists; Barbara Taylor, Lindsey Smith and Lynn Weddle

 

Our fundraising video for our Sponsume page! Please visit, we have some great gifts for contributors! We’d also be very grateful if you could share this - we really need all the help we can get to make this project, which will benefit the Portslade community, happen.

Thanks!

Historia Sponsume page is now LIVE

Please view and, if you can, contribute! We have some amazing rewards for contributors! We do understand times are hard for everyone, so if you could please share on your Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, etc it might reach someone who can contribute.

Thank you!

A member of the group Memories Past shares stories with workshop participants and HISTORIA artist Lynn Weddle.
Over 20 people attended the ReMap pilot on Saturday 18 February to share stories and contribute photographs to the project’s digital resource. A selection of images and stories can be seen on the  Participants work page and on Flickr. 
Please visit the Argus Community Pages to read an article about the event

A member of the group Memories Past shares stories with workshop participants and HISTORIA artist Lynn Weddle.

Over 20 people attended the ReMap pilot on Saturday 18 February to share stories and contribute photographs to the project’s digital resource. A selection of images and stories can be seen on the  Participants work page and on Flickr

Please visit the Argus Community Pages to read an article about the event

ReMap at BLANK
FREE Photography Workshop with HISTORIA at BLANK
ReMap is an arts initiative led by HISTORIA – a collective of Brighton based photographic artists.  After meeting on the Photography MA at University of Brighton, Barbara Taylor, Lynn Weddle and Lindsey Smith set up HISTORIA as a way of creating opportunities to make and exhibit new work. Working in partnership with BLANK Studios and Gallery in Portslade, the group are developing a project plan for an 8-week residency later in the year. As part of the project the group will be running a free workshop using digital photography and QR Codes on Saturday 18 February 2012.
HISTORIA is keen to work with people in Portslade. Anyone with a connection to the area is invited to join the artists to explore collective memory and experience of place. The workshop will involve mapping out the local area by sharing stories and photographing places of personal importance. Participant’s photographs will be exhibited in an online gallery and will provide inspiration for the project’s development.
HISTORIA is in the process of applying for funding with the intention of taking part in Brighton Photo Fringe in October 2012. The project will include a program of workshops, events and an exhibition at BLANK.

1-4pm Saturday 18 February 2012
BLANK Gallery, 108 North Street, Portslade, BN41 1DG 

ReMap at BLANK

FREE Photography Workshop with HISTORIA at BLANK

ReMap is an arts initiative led by HISTORIA – a collective of Brighton based photographic artists.  After meeting on the Photography MA at University of Brighton, Barbara Taylor, Lynn Weddle and Lindsey Smith set up HISTORIA as a way of creating opportunities to make and exhibit new work. Working in partnership with BLANK Studios and Gallery in Portslade, the group are developing a project plan for an 8-week residency later in the year. As part of the project the group will be running a free workshop using digital photography and QR Codes on Saturday 18 February 2012.

HISTORIA is keen to work with people in Portslade. Anyone with a connection to the area is invited to join the artists to explore collective memory and experience of place. The workshop will involve mapping out the local area by sharing stories and photographing places of personal importance. Participant’s photographs will be exhibited in an online gallery and will provide inspiration for the project’s development.

HISTORIA is in the process of applying for funding with the intention of taking part in Brighton Photo Fringe in October 2012. The project will include a program of workshops, events and an exhibition at BLANK.


1-4pm Saturday 18 February 2012

BLANK Gallery, 108 North Street, Portslade, BN41 1DG