Add your workshop, exhibition or event to the free listing

Event workshop exhibition meeting Adding and listing an event is totally free – and good advertising for your workshop, exhibition, meeting, celebration, grant application, competition or talk. Your event will be listed here and advertised to the 90 000 visitors a month – all interested in alternative photographic processes.

To add your event or list your workshop do all of this:

  • Copy-paste the text below.
  • Email it to talk (at) alternativephotography.com. Replace (at)  with @. Like this:
    Contact AlternativePhotography.com
  • If you have several events you want to list, send one email for each event.
  • We will post it in a couple of days, as long as it’s something to do with alternative photographic processes.
  • It is totally free to advertise but we really appreciate if you become a supporting member (optional).

 

Copy-paste this text (please follow the instructions and make our life a little easier!)

Category, title, date and place of event:
For example: “Workshop: 2 day beginners’ cyanotype workshop with Jill Smith, Online, 4th – 5th August 2021”

Category could for example be Workshop, online workshop, exhibition, meeting, zoom meeting, celebration, grant application, competition, talk, or special day, like World cyanotype day.
Place could for example be City and country, or online, for example: New York, USA, or Paris, France or Sydney, Australia or Online.

Details of event:
For example: A beginners workshop… and a more detailed description, also mention if materials are included or if the person needs to bring or prepare something or if there is a specific time the event starts.

Link to event:
For example a website where you can read more, apply or get tickets.

Contact (optional):
For example: An email or phone number where people can contact you.

Contact email for us:
An email where we can contact you if we have any questions before we publish the event. The email you enter here will not be published, it’s only for questions from us.

Resize your imagesPoster or image (optional):
For example: A poster for an exhibition or workshop in jpg at 700 pixels and 72 dpi, or a pdf if it’s a text-heavy description.

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