Sunday, 27 May 2012


2nd June - 5th June 2012

Canterbury Christ Church University is proud to present UPRISE 2012, a group exhibition featuring a range of photographic work produced by students of all three years of the photography programme.
The Photography Programme of Canterbury Christ Church University is running for its 4th year. Each year has produced a variety of work, using a range of different photographic processes. Since the birth of this degree, an annual exhibition has been hosted on campus showcasing the work produced during that year and UPRISE 2012 is the latest instalment.

UPRISE 2012 acts as a stage on which a new generation of photographers look to embrace the art world, redefining the medium and connecting with new audiences. It is a chance to express as individual creatives, coming together in collaboration to display to a wide audience. Each piece of work expresses the individuality and creativity of the practitioner. This exhibition aims to project these qualities to the visitors.
The exhibition is held on the Broadstairs Campus throughout the ground floor. Shown work covers all areas of the photographic world including portraiture and landscape, photography, documentary photography and night photography. These different styles of work have been created using film and darkroom processes as well as digitally using computerized post editing techniques.

In addition to the main exhibition at the Broadstairs Campus, a selection of the best images from all three years is being exhibited at the Old Lookout Gallery situated at the bottom of Harbour Street in Broadstairs.

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