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Street Level Photoworks
Trongate 103
Glasgow G1 5HD
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Gallery opening hours:
Mondays: Closed
Tuesday - Saturday: 10am - 5pm
Sundays: 12 noon - 5pm
Open until 8pm the first Thursday of the month.


Street Level's exhibition policy together with floor plan and dimensions can be found here >>


Gallery Staff:
Malcolm Dickson | Gallery Director

Max Slaven | Resource Coordinator

Iseult Timmermans | Education and Development Coordinator

Volunteer Programme: Charlotte Baudry, Claire Maxwell, Donna Marie Kelly, Nina Meahan
Partrick Phillips, Patrick Williams

Freelance:
Robert H. King | Design

Street Level Photoworks was founded in 1989. From its inception it has provided artists and the public with the opportunity to produce and participate in photography and lens-based media. It aims to make artistic production accessible, both physically and intellectually, to a wide audience. Recognised for its integrated practice, the organisation promotes the work of artists through exhibitions, commissions, residencies, and publications; an education programme; community collaborations; open access facilities and training courses for the public.

The exhibitions programme supports both emerging and established artists from local, national and international sources. Earlier exhibitions have included such diverse artists as Jo Spence, Ian Breakwell, Chila Kumari Burman, Peter Kennard, Daniel Reeves, Maud Sulter, Andrew Stones, David Levinthal, and Elizabeth and Iftikhar Dadi. Critical ideas are also fostered through talks, symposia, and publications. Exhibitions and projects from the past five years are being listed on the archive section of the website.

The education programme involves a range of collaborations in the community, with schools and with agencies working across areas of inclusion, social justice, and equalities. It aims to enable the creativity of non-artists, increase involvement by under-represented groups, and assist the artistic programme by engaging participants. A chronological list of projects will be listed on our education archive.


(Glasgow Photography Group Ltd with charitable status (SCO 16470)  trading as Street Level Photoworks. Registered in Scotland No 113667).
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Staff Profiles

Malcolm Dickson – Director
Malcolm has been Director of Street Level since late 1995, prior to which he was involved in numerous artist-led ventures, including Transmission, Variant and New Visions. He studied at Glasgow School of Art in the early 80s and did a post-graduate at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art. He has curated numerous projects, written extensively for various books and magazines. He is an Honourary Senior Research Fellow at Dundee University.

Max Slaven – Resource Coordinator
I graduated from Glasgow School of Art in 2009 with a degree in Fine Art Photography, I am a founding director of David Dale Gallery & Studios and a practising artist having exhibited nationally. As Resource Coordinator, I set up Street Level Photoworks'  production facility in the new Trongate 103 premises, and am responsible for the management of the facility as well as the open access membership.


Iseult Timmermans – RRCS Coordinator
Iseult is the Coordinator of the Red Road Community Studio in North Glasgow. She has worked at Street Level since the late 90s and coordinated the award-winning community collaborations project ‘multi-story’. She graduated from Fine Art Photography at Glasgow School of Art in 1996. She also recently worked for Sharmanka Kinetic Theatre, a partner organisation in Trongate 103.

Freelance:
Robert H. King – Designer
I have been Street Levels' designer since the late 90s. For over twenty years I have been a freelance designer and Sound Art curator working with print, images, photography, music, sound, web and interactive media. My client list is diverse ranging from individuals to large organisations, working for artists, art galleries, education and care services, within the music industry and radio broadcasting, video editing, print publishing, photo restoration and image treatments.
www.rhking.net

Board Members Profiles

Arabella Harvey - Chair

I am a visual arts programmer based just south of Edinburgh, with a background in painting, art history and theory. In addition to an independent curatorial practice, I am currently Director at the Peter Potter Gallery in Haddington, where we are delivering a major programme of activity called Lost Landscapes which includes newly commissioned work by artists working with lens based media. I am delighted to support SLPs valuable programmes with the knowledge and experience I have gained in the visual arts sector.

Andrea Kusel
I am Curator of Art at Paisley Museum and have previously worked at Glasgow Museums and the National Gallery in London. I have a degree in Art History and Film and Television studies, a postgraduate qualification in Museum Studies and an MSc in contemporary art and art theory. I have collected an extensive contemporary collection for Paisley and am enjoying learning about photography through my involvement with Street Level.

Keith Ingham
I am a photographer, focussing on landscape and conceptual image making and, earlier, in social documentary. I have exhibited in Scotland and Europe. Previously a member of the Scottish Arts Council and various associated committees, my paid work involved academic economics, international students and Vice-Dean of the Strathclyde Business School.
www.keith-ingham.com
www.blurb.com/keith ingham

Eleanor Yule
Eleanor is an award winning Scottish Film and Television director and writer. She has made numerous arts documentaries for world wide broadcast, and more recently moved into film drama, making her debut feature, 'Blinded', in 2004. She also teaches screenwriting to a wide diversity of students across Europe and the UK.

Morag Ramsay
I am a French, Spanish and TEFL teacher with 20 years experience teaching in Universities, FE colleges and secondary schools in Scotland, France and Spain. I am currently responsible for International Education at St Aloysius College, Glasgow. I am also a keen photographer and follower of contemporary art.

Cristina Armstrong
Cristina has a background in project management across a range of cultural and event led projects including site specific and large scale outdoor works. Her previous projects include the Delhi 2010 Commonwealth Games Handover Ceremony and Glasgow International and joined NVA in early 2011 as Project Manager of Speed of Light. Cristina is a graduate from the Fine Art Photography department at Glasgow School of Art and has a passion for lens based media.

Mike Brooke
Originally educated as a graphic designer, over the past 10 years Mike has worked in a number of strategic and operational marketing communications roles in design agencies in London, Manchester, Edinburgh and Glasgow. He's an accomplished project manager, a motivated business development manager, and a strategic marketing manager. Mike has been a keen amateur photographer since art college and is passionate about the visual arts.