Image: Jo Spence, Photo Therapy: My Mother as a War Worker, 1986-88.

Jo Spence

29 Jul 2016 - 16 Oct 2016

The work of Jo Spence continues to influence and inform debates on photography. In her broad practice, typically involving collaboration with individuals and groups, Spence connected the personal...

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10 x 8 Auction | Call for Donations

26 Oct 2016 - 28 Oct 2016

Help support Stills by donating a photographic print to be included in the auction.

Stills is excited to announce a fundraising...

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Jill Todd Photographic Award 2016

5 Nov 2016 - 22 Jan 2017

The Jill Todd Photographic Award is an annual award promoting early career in photography, and is open to all photography graduates in Scotland, Northern Ireland and Republic of Ireland.
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News and Opportunities

Stills is seeking an enthusiastic and organised Assistant to join our committed and hard working team.

Talks & Events

Portfolio Oomph

Stills invites you to join Julie Read from Portfolio Oomph for a relaxed and informative evening designed to help you navigate the application process for art school.
Monday, 12 September 2016

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Baltz Poster Web

Exhibition Poster: 'Lewis Baltz with works by Carl Andre and Charlotte Posenenske’ (2016)

Produced on the occasion of our recent exhibition ‘Lewis Baltz with works by Carl Andre and Charlotte Posenenske’ (30 April - 9 July 2016). 

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Luminate Photo Challenge

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Stills are really pleased to be partnering with Luminate to bring you the 2016 Photography Challenge. Dust down your cameras and face the challenge! 

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The Selfie Studio

Selfie studio 'Be Myself'

Running for the duration of the Jo Spence exhibition, Stills are working with groups of women from around Edinburgh and Glasgow to particapte in the Selfie Studio.

Jill Todd Photographic Award 2016

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Take the next step in your photography career! The Jill Todd Photographic Award is an annual award providing a valuable opportunity to emerging photographers. 

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