We are very pleased to welcome back a previous speaker, Ingrid Pollard. 
Those who went on her workshop  in 2014 will all remember the wonders of working on the banks of the Tyne in the the portable camera obscura.
 nominee for the 2022 Turner Prize, Ingrid was born in Georgetown, Guyana in 1953. Moving to London as a child, with her family, she completed a BA in Film and Video at the London College of Printing, an MA in Photographic Studies at Derby University, and a PhD at the University of Westminster.
Ingrid Pollard is a photographer, media artist and researcher, with a social practice centred on issues of representation and history within the British landscape, particularly focusing on race, gender, and the concept of other. Her work is often based on lengthy research into archives and environments, and her photo-based practice interrogates the hidden and explicit ideologies that underpin our popular visual cultures, aesthetic regimes and art histories.
Ingrid lives and works in Northumberland.
Learn more about her nomination for the 2022 Turner Prize at 
More from Ingrid on Instagram @ukegirl99
Venue: Please note - this is a change from our usual venue!
Ingrid's talk will be at
Talk starts at 7.30pm prompt.
Meeting ends 21.00
Adults - £10.00
Children - £5.00
Students - £5.00
Forum Cinema 16-25 members - £5.00

(Paid members of the Hexham Photography Group do not need tickets, 
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