From October 2017 until January 2018, I have been running a series of workshops for families, primary and secondary schools and teachers at the Whitechapel Gallery. This is part of a residency scheme with the Schools and Family Programme at the gallery.
The residency with the Schools Programme involved the installation of a pop up darkroom and a temporary display at the Creative Studio Floor while other gallery floors where also transformed during the Family Days.
This month I have been commissioned by The Photographers’ Gallery to set up a pop up CameraScanner studio for the HYPERANALOGUE weekend. My Temporary Settlement series was on display at the Gallery during the weekend too.
I also have been teaching a Photographic Processes course at the Victoria and Albert Museum and a salt printing course at Photofusion.
Documentation of the CameraScanner studio by Tim Bowditch. All other images ©Almudena Romero
This is the second year I am invited to run a 4 day course for BA Photography students on early processes.
This month my series Growing Concerns has been displayed at Four Corners Gallery and at studio BONG Gallery.
This month I have also started and arts the residency with the Family and the Schools Programme at the Whitechapel Gallery started which will end mid January 2018.
At the same time, I have been invited to deliver artist talks and lectures at Westminster University and Kingston School of Arts- Kingston University. I have also run a course on cyanotype printing and pinhole photography at National Portrait Gallery.