Art on the Streets: New film brings the bombsite exhibitions of wartime Britain to life

Art on the Streets is a documentary created by University of Brighton design historian Dr Harriet Atkinson and filmmaker Jane Dibblin with Four Corners.

The film focuses on the For Liberty exhibition mounted in 1943 in the bombed-out John Lewis department store on London’s Oxford Street and investigates how exhibitions mounted from 1933 to 1953 in public spaces, were designed to communicate messages of propaganda and resistance.

Feminism, Photography, and Resistance Discussion Series

A series of online talks exploring the relationship between photography and resistance from a feminist perspective.

Out of the Archives Talks

This online talks series during Women's History Month 2021 explored how photography archives can both document the past and inspire the present, bringing together a range of brilliant speakers to discuss feminist film and photography. 

Another Eye Online Conference

Our Another Eye conference explored the contribution of women refugee photographers who came to Britain after 1933.

Another Eye Talks Series

In association with Refugee Week 2020, we hosted a lively programme of online talks, in partnership with Insiders/Outsiders Festival and the Association of Jewish Refugees.