PAST PROJECTS

New Narratives in Photography, Artist Talk

5th March, 1 PM - 2 PM (UK) / 6 PM  - 7 PM (PK), Zoom, Free 

PICTURING HIGH STREETS

Tim Mills, Photographer in Residence, Coventry

Picturing High Streets

Natalie Willatt, Photographer in Residence, Stoke Town

Roo Dhissou

Commission

Qisse of The Komagata Maru – A Voyage on Water

An event with Artist Roo Dhissou. 26th Nov 13:00 - 15:00, Midlands Art Centre

Modern Muse

by Arpita Shah

EAST MEETS WEST

Masterclass Programme, in partnership with FORMAT / QUAD

Re-Framing Culture

Training Programme, in partnership with the Socially Engaged Photography Network

Generations

by Julian Germain, in partnership with Multistory, part of the Birmingham 2022 Festival

GENERATIONS

by Julian Germain, text by Anneka French

GENERATIONS

Family Interview by Anneka French

Faces Of 2022

by Maryam Wahid

GRAIN BURSARY AWARD

Exodus Crooks

YOUNG PEOPLE

Photography Workshops in Shropshire

Celebrating Age

by Kate Peters

Decolonising The Gaze

Arpita Shah, Marywam Wahid, Nilupa Yasmin and Dr Caroline Molloy

PICTURING WALSALL

Picturing High Streets, Historic England and Photoworks

WAR was never my CHOICE

by Mark Neville and the Ukrainian Youth Art Group

Jonny Briggs

Exhibition, V&A Wedgwood Collection, from the 7th June

Mark Neville

Commission

CONSTRUCT by Anthony Luvera

Exhibition, Snow Hill Square, Birmingham, 14th September – 13th October 2022

Faces of 2022

Birmingham 2022 Festival

Photo Play

In partnership with Appetite

Agency by Anthony Luvera

Fri 08 Oct - Thu 28 Oct 2021 on Warwick Row, Coventry

Coventry; Visual Stories

by Asia, Aya, Daleen and Mohsin

Coventry; Visual Stories

by Charlotte, Ellie, Jamie, Janson, Prash and Thomas

The Rural Gaze

Commissions, Symposium and Publication.

Covid 19; A Year Lived

FORMAT Festival, Exhibition

Picturing England’s High Streets – Historic England

A three year project which will deliver six photographer-in-residence programmes at six high street locations across England

Familiar Faces by Adina Lawrence

Newcastle-under-Lyme, Friday 29 January until Sunday 1 August, Collaboration with Appetite

A TIME OF UNCERTAINTY

A Participatory Talk by Tristan Poyser, 29 December at 7pm

Invisible Chains: Photography’s Ingrained Assumptions

by Lewis Bush, part of COVID-19 Responses

I am reaching out to you

by Anneka French, part of COVID-19 Responses

Photosynthesis

by Anna Souter, part of COVID-19 Responses

Covid-19 Responses

Commissions & Bursaries

Covid-19 Responses, Birmingham

Commission & Bursaries

Pandemia to Pandemia

by Andrea G Artz, part of COVID-19 Responses

Fugue

by Lydia Goldblatt, part of COVID-19 Responses

Birmingham Lockdown Stories

by Jaskirt Dhaliwal Boora, COVID-19 Responses

Street Cleaners

by Chris Hoare, part of COVID-19 Responses

HAPPINESS

by Dan Dale, part of COVID-19 Responses

A Slippery Slope

by Freddy Griffiths, part of COVID-19 Responses

Field

by Jemima Yong, part of COVID-19 Responses

Metamorphosis

by Ngadi Smart, part of COVID-19 Responses

Playing Their Part

by Shaista Chishty, part of COVID-19 Responses

What would you say

by Andrew Roberts, COVID-19 Responses

All People Are Like Grass

by Barnaby Kent, COVID-19 Responses

The Planting of a Fig Tree

by Chris Neophytou, COVID-19 Responses

from two metres

by Joanna Fursman, COVID-19 Responses

Covid Mirror

by Olivier Jamin, COVID-19 Responses

The Chronicles of Lockdown

by Robyn Clark, COVID-19 Responses

Aftermath

by Sarah Peart, COVID-19 Responses

Life Behind The Front Line

by Holly Johnson, COVID-19 Responses

Andy Pilsbury, GRAIN Photobook Bursary

Awarded for The Flesh and The Fantasy, five stories connected through American culture in the UK

DIRFT

by Emily Graham, the Rural Gaze

COUNTY LINES

by Guy Martin, The Rural Gaze

CHARNWOOD FOREST

by Matthew Broadhead, The Rural Gaze

AROUND THE STUMP

by Murray Ballard, The Rural Gaze

THE LIGHT IS DIFFERENT HERE

by Navi Kaur, The Rural Gaze

THE ANTHOLOGY OF RURAL LIFE

by Colin Robins and Oliver Udy, The Rural Gaze

HOLDING THE BABY

by Polly Braden, The Rural Gaze

THE GROWING THINGS

by Sam Laughlin, The Rural Gaze

HARVEST

by Marco Kesseler, The Rural Gaze

New Narratives

Collaboration with Tasweerghar (Pakistan) and Pathshala (Bangladesh) part of Transforming Narratives

International Bursary: Awarded to Laura Dicken

GRAIN Projects and New Art West Midlands £2000 Bursary

Arenig

by Matthew Murray

Made in Brixton

by Nilupa Yasmin, in partnership with Photofusion

‘Too Rich a Soil’

Arpita Shah, Maryam Wahid & Nilupa Yasmin | Exhibition | The New Art Gallery Walsall | 15th Nov 2019 – 19th April 2020

Settling

by Sam Ivin

When The Golden Sun Is Sinking

by Indre Serpytyte

Sixteen

by Kate Peters

THE FACE OF SUFFRAGE

by Helen Marshall, The People's Picture

Inverted landscapes

by David Bethell

Noises

by Lua Ribeira

Saddleworth

by Matthew Murray

NUCLEUROSIS

by Lily Wales

GRAIN Portfolio Award

FORMAT International Photography Festival

EVOLUTION Explored

Magnum Photos Exhibition, Shrewsbury

GRAIN Bursary 2017

Awarded to Caitriona Dunnett

EAST MEETS WEST

Exhibition of Contemporary Photography and Moving Image

GRAIN Audience Development Survey and Strategy

Thank you to everyone who contributed

International Photography Residency

Dimitri Haddad and Anneka French

Spirit is a Bone

by Broomberg & Chanarin

Responding to the Archive

GRAIN initiated professional development activities

In Camera: Mat Collishaw

18 September 2015 – 10 January 2016 The Gallery, Library of Birmingham

ALBUM 31

by Sophy Rickett and Bettina Von Zwelh

Mining the Archive

A collaboration with The Swarm and University of Birmingham Digital Humanities Hub

5 PLUS 5

Exhibition exchange, Madrid - Birmingham

The City of Six Towns

by Mark Power

Guangzhou Exchange

by Andrew Lacon and Stuart Whipps

EMPIRE

by Jon Tonks

PLANE MATERIALS

Co-commission for Brighton Photo Biennial 2014

Mat Collishaw Commission

Co-commission with Library of Birmingham and The New Art Gallery Walsall.

After the Image

UNSEEN Photo fair

GRAIN Growth

Business Development

The Photographers’ Wall

a space in the Library of Birmingham dedicated to photography and photographers

The Black Kingdom

by Brian Griffin

Findings

by Tom Hunter


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