We are delighted to say that we have a few events on our calendar for the LGBT History Month 2016 with Tullie House in Carlisle and Florence Arts Centre in Egremont!
How Photography Changed the World
7th February 1-3pm, Florence Arts Centre – Egremont
8th February 2-4pm & 5.30-7.30pm, Tullie House – Carlisle
FREE but booking essential via 01228 618705 / email@example.com
Join Colin Tennant, established documentary and art photographer, to explore the important role Photography has played in achieving equality in our history, and how equality campaigns and movements also shaped photography – as a way of documenting the history and as a discipline of fine art. An unmissable opportunity to look at and discuss historically significant examples of work in this field, as well as have a sneaky peek of Colin’s work in progress for the first lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans* (LGBT) history project in Cumbria.
Colin has been appointed as the photographer for CELEBRATE, recording the lives and memories of LGBT people in Cumbria through his lenses. A graduate from Glasgow School of Art, Colin has exhibited work in galleries in the UK and abroad, including the Centre for Contemporary Arts in Glasgow, Getty Images Gallery in London and Exit Art in New York. He also spent time in Aberdeenshire and Dumfries & Galloway, working with local communities and documenting their working and family lives.
Film: A Girl at My Door (18)
8th February 7.45pm, Tullie House – Carlisle
Dir. July Jung, South Korea, 2014, 119 mins
A promising graduate of the police academy is transferred to a small seaside village where she encounters Dohee, a young girl in the grips of an abusive father.
Korean with English subtitles
Film: Tangerine (15)
15 February, 7.45pm, Tullie House – Carlisle
Dir. Sean Baker, USA, 2015, 88 mins
It’s Christmas Eve in Tinseltown and Sin-Dee is back on the block. Upon hearing that her boyfriend hasn’t been faithful, the working girl embarks on a mission to get to the bottom of the scandalous rumour.