PERSPECTIVES | Free Photography Workshop with Venture Arts | 17/11/18


To coincide with our PERSPECTIVES programme of events and exhibitions taking place across Manchester and Salford, Venture Arts are delivery a FREE photography workshop for seven budding photographers, led by Venture Arts Artist Jess Taylor and Artist Tutor Martin Livesey.

PERSPECTIVES | Free Photography Workshop |Venture Arts

Saturday 17th November | 2-4pm

Studio 53 (a couple of doors down from Venture Arts)

53 Old Birley Street
M15 5RF



On a short walk around Hulme, Jess will point out interesting abstract patterns to shoot like the ones she currently incorporates into her photography practise. You will then be shown how to use image-editing software Adobe Photoshop to create a symmetrical image based on the images you have taken.


Please book your place via Eventbrite or our Facebook Event page

Please note: If you have you have your own camera and other photography equipment then please feel free to bring it but we do have cameras available to use. Also, if you would like to continue working on your image/photograph at home then please bring a USB if you have one.


PERSPECTIVES will share not only the different perspectives of the artists in terms of their artwork and disciplines but also how they view and exist in the world today as practicing contemporary artists with learning disabilities.


On consecutive weekends of 9-11 and 16-18 November, Venture Arts opens its new studio space in Hulme, Studio 53, with differing and unusual works each time exploring experimental art, photography, sculpture and moving image. These studio shows will offer visitors an insight into the artist’s creative practice, viewing the collection of artworks in situ where the work has been developed. Highlights include a re-appropriated record player that has collaboratively been transformed into a zoetrope of artistic pre-film animations and a 3D projection mapping installation.


For any further questions please email us on at or call us on 0161 232 1223.



Image: ‘A Magic Crossing Where People Disappear’, photography and digital image by Jess Taylor.