Apollo Project Creative Careers: Photographer Brian Cregan
Online via ZOOM
Free, but booking required
Join Brian Cregan as he discusses his career as an artist working with photography and film and the history related to both.
In this online event, Brian will speak about a number of personal projects, particularly those through which he has worked with young people. He will also reveal how his work as an educator is integrated into his practice and often inspires new work. The artist's collaborations with other artists and institutions will also be discussed.
Please note: this event will take place online via Zoom. A link will be sent to participants the day before the event.
Brian Cregan is a lens-based artist who explores the potential of photography to represent our relationship with landscape, natural history and the built environment. Working independently on commissions and assignments, he has successfully collaborated on numerous projects with other artists, curators, educators, designers and architects. He is a member of the pioneering Teacher Artist Partnership. Since 2018, he has been working as a Creative Associate with the Arts Council on the Creative Schools programme.
What is Apollo Project?
Apollo Project is a new way to experience the Gallery, designed by young people for young people! Connect with artists, designers, makers and creatives at our monthly events. Hear about their journeys and careers, and learn new skills. Network, ask questions, and be inspired to make art and creativity part of your life. Creativity, education and wellbeing are at the heart of Apollo Project, with an emphasis on collaborating and partnering with young people to co-create vibrant and fun experiences in the Gallery. Believe in your potential. Live a creative life. ART MAKES YOU!
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