New Photography Talent Shines at RPS

New Photography Talent Shines at RPS

Graduate exhibition showcases Bristol’s emerging talent at the Royal Photographic Society.

Bristol Film School at boomsatsuma proudly announces the opening of 'Blossom Season', its 2024 Graduate Photography Showcase at the prestigious Royal Photographic Society (RPS) in Bristol, this Saturday. The exhibition showcases exceptional work from the first graduating cohort of BA (Hons) Documentary Photography and Print.

Exhibition details:

  • Dates: June 15 - June 30, 2024
  • Location: Royal Photographic Society, 337 Paintworks, Arnos Vale, Bristol BS4 3AR
  • Opening Hours: Thursday to Sunday 10am - 5pm
  • Private View and Reception: June 15th, 3pm - 7pm (please contact us for tickets)

The showcase features innovative photography on a diverse range of subjects – from sports to fashion - and demonstrates the high level of creative and technical skills developed on the course. The unique degree, run by award winning photographers, emphasises our students' hands-on experience and industry engagement but with a strong focus on the ‘art of photography’.

Sam Fordham, Head of Photography at the Bristol Film School, says:

"It’s a privilege to see our students’ hard work and dedication culminate in this outstanding exhibition. Their ability to tell powerful stories through photography is a testament to their talent and the supportive, dynamic environment we strive to create on our photography degree."

From Sunday 16th June, the exhibition is open to the public, offering an excellent opportunity for artists, industry professionals, and the local community to engage with the next generation of photographers. Admission is free and many of the exhibited works will be available for purchase.

Interested in Photography? Come to our open day at the Royal Photographic Society on Saturday 15th June from 1130. Talk to our award-winning photography team and get a sneak preview of the exhibition.

Check out our new Photography and Print Degree Here.

Image Credits: Jamie Horrigan (header), Amber Mylius-King (article body -first image), Matthew Roderick (article body - second image)