|BA (Hons) Photography|
|Photography at Farnham has a long and significant history it was started in the late 1950ís by Joy and Ifor Thomas in Guildford and later developed by Walter Nurenburg, the innovative industrial photographer and writer; it was one of Britainís first photography degree courses. The course has continued to evolve into itís present form with numerous distinguished lecturers devoting their time to its progression, |
Photography at Farnham has developed a national and international reputation for outstanding photography. This yearís graduates are no exception and the work in this catalogue celebrates the huge range of visual enquiry that they have undertaken throughout their final year on the course. I arrived here in July 2004 and was immediately inspired by the innovative work of the students and the commitment of the current staff team. Over the three years of their study these students have become mature, inquisitive photographers and artists taking on new and often unexpected challenges.
|Exhibition "Miscellaneous 35"|
|Photography is an extraordinary medium, it touches every part of life from the historical archive to the family album, through experimental, fine art practice to the high production values of commercial photography it permeates every corner of the world we live in. ĎMiscellaneous 35í foregrounds an extraordinary collection of new photographers. These graduates have produced a range of diverse and intriguing projects which have been informed by the histories, theories and practices taught here at Farnham.|