Luke Watson has been announced the recipient of the 2019 LCC MA Bursary Award for his winning series is entitled ‘Witness Objects’. The award comprises of: £500 credit towards our professional printing and finishing services; a year’s mentoring from our very own Creative Director, Mark Foxwell; and a VIP ticket to Photo London (which admits two).
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Jade Fantom graduated from Nottingham Trent University’s BA Photography programme in 2018 where she was awarded the Genesis Imaging & Lakeside Arts Bursary Award: £1000 of production services towards an exhibition of work one year after graduation, as part of our commitment to students. ‘Out in the Open’ at Lakeside Arts is Jade Fantom’s first… Read more »
We’re pleased to announce the winners of this year’s 2 Genesis x Westminster Bursaries are Hazel Vint & Mengyuan Zhang.
We’re thrilled to a announce Nottingham Trent University student Jack Pickerill as this years Genesis Imaging and Djanogly Art Gallery Bursary Award winner. Jack won with his series In Passing. The series sees the artist respond to family portraiture and photographs of rural and natural spaces, taken by the artist’s Mother during her own time… Read more »
Just because you’ve graduated doesn’t mean that you suddenly don’t need support. Our graduate discount provides a continued 20% discount across all of our professional photographic services for a year after you graduate, with 10% discount for the year that follows. This is valid for undergraduate and postgraduate courses undertaken on a full or part-time basis…. Read more »
About the Genesis Postgraduate Award 2019: We are proud to announce the winner and commended entries for this year’s Postgraduate Award below. The Genesis Postgraduate Award returned in 2019 to offer support to individuals continuing to postgraduate level. In a change to the inaugural award which required university lecturers to submit students for entry, this… Read more »
Genesis are delighted to announce that the Genesis Postgraduate Award is back for the second year. From years of experience working with students, we’re only too aware of the financial pressures faced in the production of final work, and of our responsibility to help foster new talent as leaders in production for the creative industries.
Production times might not be the most glamorous aspect of your forthcoming show – but they are important. Not only are these important for your printers sanity (think of us!) but also because turnaround times can effect what you’re looking to produce – if you’ve only left days then we won’t be able to print and frame your work. However, it goes without saying that we will always try and accommodate tight turnaround times where possible and work to find the best solutions…
Callum Beaney presents his first solo show ‘The Space In Between.’ Callum graduated from Nottingham Trent University’s BA Photography programme in 2017 where his project ‘The Space In Between’ was awarded the Genesis Imaging & Lakeside Arts Bursary Award. This is comprised of £1000 of production services towards an exhibition of work one year after graduation. Made primarily in the forests and tracks surrounding his Suffolk home, ‘The Space In Between’ concerns the interconnectedness and transience of things, and the experience of time and space within them.
It’s almost that time of year again where thousands of students prepare to leave university and the arts calendar is full of student events! It’s an exciting time, full of creative potential for the next generation of arts practitioners. We’ve compiled our top tips to make sure that this period runs smoothly, and you have the most stress-free experience showing your work to the world…