A unique photographic event incorporating a major exhibition and print sale plus photographic workshops for all levels and a guest lecture series featuring creative leaders from across the industry.
12th - 28th September 2014
Open daily from noon (Sundays open at 11am)
Closes at 9pm Monday to Thursday
Closes at 6pm Friday & Saturday, 7pm Sunday.
28 Redchurch Street, London, E2 7DP
Celebrating the photographic creativity of 125 Magazine's contributors over the last decade, this is a major exhibition featuring a range of artists, each of whom have selected their most innovative pieces for public display in an eclectic range of sizes and framing styles.
All work is for sale with prices starting at £250.
Click here for full exhibitor list.
THE LECTURE SERIES
On selected evenings throughout 125LIVE we will be staging ‘Creativity Talks’ a series of free guest lectures from leading figures in the creative arts industry. Each evening will include an informal drinks reception and 3 guest speakers, the line-up is being added to as and when names are confirmed but already includes a diverse selection of artists, practitioners and creative industry leaders.
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Everyone owns a camera but how many people really know how to use one? 125LIVE will attempt to enlighten the public on the practical side of photography by running workshops and demonstrations for the beginner all the way up to advanced level. For the absolute beginner we’re running another of our popular photographic safaris, while intermediate level photographers and keen novices can take advantage of our introductory studio lighting workshops featuring live fashion models, and advanced level photographers can take the next step in their careers with our lighting master-classes and film directing introductory workshop.
PLACES ARE LIMITED TO 10 PER SESSION SO BOOK NOW!
If you have any questions about 125LIVE, our workshops or lectures please get in touch via: email@example.com
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125LIVE has been made possible by the generous support of the following companies: