7.02.2020 — 19.03.2020 Photofusion Gallery, London. Curated by S2AU

Join us for a celebratory preview of the SIXTEEN exhibition at Photofusion on Thursday 6 February 2020, 6-9pm.
This exhibition has been specially curated by Photofusion’s S2AU (Sorry 2 annoy U) collective.

18.01.2020 — 16.02.2020 London City Bridge

You can find this public realm exhibition at 2 More London Place, The Riverside, London, SE1 2JP (opposite the Strada by London city bridge) 

Join us for a Curators’ tour on Saturday 18 January from 2pm or on Thursday 23 January from 2pm. To RSVP for either date please email [email protected]

8.11.2019 — 22.12.2019 Belfast Exposed

Please Join us for a special opening event on Thursday evening, 7th November, 7-9pm where you will be able to meet and chat with SIXTEEN’s David Copeland, Craig Easton, Simon Roberts, Linda Brownlee and Creative Director Anne Braybon.

5.10.2019 — 17.11.2019 Parkside Birmingham City University & Millennium Point with GRAIN

Join us for a evening reception to celebrate the public realm exhibition of SIXTEEN in partnership with GRAIN on Friday 11 October 2019, 6pm – 7.30pm at the Parkside Building, Birmingham City University and Millenium Point, Curzon Street, Birmingham B4 7AP

This event also ties into GRAIN and Birmingham City University’s conference The State of Photography. 

19.09.2019 — 27.10.2019 Ellesmere Port Library

This exhibition has been curated by Year 10 students from Whitby High School and we are really excited to see their selection in the space. There will be a special daytime opening event where you can meet the students on Thursday 19 September, 1.30 – 3.30pm. 

2.08.2019 — 28.09.2019 The Atkinson

Join us for a celebratory opening lunchtime event 12-2pm on Friday 2 August
Speeches from SIXTEEN photographers and the Atkinson’s Principal Manager Stephen Whittle at 12.30pm

Sixteen years old – past and present
Special public programme events also include a ‘takeover’ week by University of Salford photography graduate Emily Bryant, who will be inviting sixteen year olds and their older relatives to take part in an intergenerational project exploring notions of sixteen years-old from past and present. Emily will be at the Atkinson to meet with the public on the week of 19 – 24 August

2.08.2019 — 29.09.2019 Open Eye Gallery

SIXTEEN is delighted to be forming part of Open Eye Gallery’s Summer programme, A Portrait Of…

Please join us for the opening evening event on Thursday 1 August 2019, 6pm – 8pm

30.07.2019 — 25.08.2019 TATE Exchange, TATE Liverpool

We will have a celebratory opening event on Thursday 1 August as part of the wider city centre SIXTEEN exhibition openings from 4.30pm. The showcase will also be animated by weekly workshops and events asking everyone to respond to the themes behind this national touring programme. Full details can be viewed by clicking on the venue image.

18.05.2019 — 13.07.2019 Hull Central Library

Opening event 12-3pm, Saturday 18 May, with speeches at 1pm

15.03.2019 — 14.04.2019 FORMAT International photography festival

We were delighted to present the SIXTEEN project at the FORMAT International photography festival’s conference as part of the 2019 programme. We also worked in collaboration with QUAD, derby to deliver a lead in engagement programme with local schools, working in partnership with photographer Kate Peters and supporting artist Andy Pilsbury as part of the tour.

Conference Friday 15 March 9-6.30pm 

0:00 — 0:00.8th 02.2019 42nd Street & Horsfall Gallery

Opening day image credit: David Copeland

We were also delighted to work on a collaborative pop up exhibition which took place Thursday 7 March, by 42nd Streets Creative Agents group and University of Salford BA photography students, responding to the SIXTEEN project

16.02.2019 — 14.04.2019 Manchester Central Library (The Wolfson Reading Room)

We continue to work with young people from Manchester’s Pupil Referral Unit in response to the show at the library, delivering Bronze arts awards with the pupils involved. This programme also featured a joint event with Redeye Photography Network and project photographer Craig Easton, who hosed a photography masterclass at the Library.

16.02.2019 — 17.03.2019 HOME

Opening night image credit: David Copeland