Tate Modern Conference

Fast Forward: How do Women Work

Sharon Lockhart, ‘Goshogaoka Girls Basketball Team: Ayako Sano’ 1997
Sharon Lockhart, Goshogaoka Girls Basketball Team: Ayako Sano 1997. Tate. © Sharon Lockhart

Join this conference to discuss how framing of photographic practice can be reimagined

Following two inspiring international conferences about the role of women photographers held at Tate Modern in April 2015 and National Gallery of Art in Lithuania in 2017, we are hosting the third conference at Tate Modern in autumn 2019. Through a mix of call for papers and invited speakers, this public event aims to bring together key voices from across the globe to explore and identify critical themes and issues pertinent to how women work photographically in the 20th and 21st century and to recognise their contributions to the medium’s history. We will explore the wide range of working practices both historical and contemporary, addressing key themes in current photography research and celebrating important work produced.

Download the call for papers [PDF, 377KB]

The themes for the conference are set out in the call for papers. We encourage submissions that embrace the following principles: an inclusive definition of gender, an interest in diverse practices, global perspectives and alternative approaches to education

This event is organised in partnership with University for the Creative Arts (UCA) and London College of Communication (LCC) at University of the Arts London Photography (UAL), with support from The Leverhulme Trust International Network Grant.

Tate Modern

Starr Cinema

Bankside
London SE1 9TG
Plan your visit

Dates

30 November 2019 at 10.30–17.00

1 December 2019 at 10.30–18.00

2 December 2019 at 10.30–14.00

Please note the call for papers is now closed.