Based at RPS House in Bristol, this is an exciting opportunity to manage the implementation of a new CRM and take overall responsibility for the successful end-to-end delivery of the project.
Heavily visual, with plenty of examples, we take a show-not-tell approach to teaching, guiding you step-by-step through the more creative elements of photography.
Learn more about our 2021 selectors: Monica Alcazar-Duarte, Sebah Chaudhry, Tim Clark, Joy Gregory HonFRPS and Dr Michael Pritchard FRPS
Pollard comes from a community arts background and training in screen printing, photography and film. Her past work has documented the work of performers, writers and theatre companies.
A collection of solo exhibitions by five of the most innovative photographers and photo-based artists working today: Laia Abril, Hoda Afshar, Widline Cadet, Adama Jalloh and Alba Zari.
Topics include: making documentary photography as a working class woman, creating projects with rural communities, finding the right audience and getting commissioned.
Since its invention, people have used photography to do, record and communicate science. The 2020 exhibition features a new climate category.
The 'F64 Group' believed in the “innate honesty” of the camera. On this workshop, we will explore their manifesto, goals and how their pioneering work still influences photographers today.
Meadows is best known for his 10,000 mile journey around England in the Free Photographic Omnibus (1973-74), a project he revisited twenty-five years later for National Portraits: Now & Then.
It was with great sadness that we learnt today of the death of His Royal Highness The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, who passed away peacefully this morning at Windsor Castle.
The RPS in partnership with Watershed and DepicT! offers a £1000 Award for the 90 second film or animation that displays exceptional cinematography.
As part of The RPS remit as an educational charity we offer an annual bursary of £3,500 in support of a postgraduate student.
Win a Nikon camera in our bi-monthly Members‘ Competition. A special guest photographer will choose the winning images. Theme: 'Colour'. Selector: Ben More.