The Association for Historical and Fine Art Photography will be holding its 2019 Conference on Monday 11th November at The Royal College of Physicians in London. There is also an opportunity to join our day two activities on the 12th November.
AHFAP Members - Early bird -£45
Non-members - Early bird - £110
To buy tickets click here or on our ticket link below.
Also see below for this year's call for papers and details of this year's keynote speaker.
This year’s call for papers welcomes presentations on projects, stories, technical studies, experiments and cross-sector subjects within our discipline.
It is planned that the timetable shall accommodate papers of 15-, 30- and 45-minute durations.
Please submit your proposals to firstname.lastname@example.org by 31 August 2019. Submissions should include the following:
At this year’s conference we want to highlight the variety of practices of our members in a digital showcase, which will be displayed on a loop throughout the conference. We encourage submissions of still photography, video and 3D digital content, as we celebrate our members’ experience and experimentation in the cultural heritage sector.
Still photography - Please submit by 31 August your images via email to email@example.com with a file size that does not exceed 500k and should take the form of either a single image or a series of up to five images on a single theme.
As well as numerous articles, David has written two critically acclaimed books on his craft; Landscape Within (2004) & Landscape Beyond (2008). In these, through a series of essays, he explores the medium’s history and looks at deeper philosophical questions about art and photography. He is fascinated by the gap between vision and photography and seeks to explore this through his work. To see more of David's work visit his website www.into-the-light.com
More information about Day One will follow soon.....
These events are only open to delegates with a Day One ticket. Anyone registering without a valid Day One ticket will have their ticket revoked.
This is an opportunity to visit studios and attend workshops hosted by AHFAP members. Details to follow soon.