Online Talks Programme
With Thanks to Arts Council England and National Lottery players we are pleased to announce an exciting series of Photographer’s Talks as part of our 2020 online programme.
The talks are free and will take place online via Zoom, you will need to book a place via the links below, an email with the link to join the Zoom meeting will be sent out to attendees prior to the talks taking place.
is a documentary photographer whose work features an ongoing conversation between the people she photographs and the environment in which they find themselves. Highlighting the small, often unconscious gestures of her subjects, Polly particularly enjoys long-term, in depth collaborations that in turn lends her photographs a unique, quiet intimacy.Polly has produced a large body of work that includes not only solo exhibitions and magazine features, but most recently four books: Adventures in the Lea Valley (Hoxton Mini Press, 2016), Great Interactions: Life with Learning Disabilities and Autism (Dewi Lewis Publishing, 2016), Out of the Shadows: The Untold Story of People with Autism or Learning Disabilities (Dewi Lewis Publishing, 2018) alongside writer Sally Williams, and London’s Square Mile: A Secret City (Hoxton Mini Press, 2019.) with writing by David Kynaston.
Book a ticket here.
Image Credit: (c) Polly Braden
Previous Speakers include: Mark Neville, Jonny Briggs, Andrew Jackson and Lisa Barnard.