News archive – 2014

November 2014

Annual Conference news
The 2014 Annual Conference is now sold out. The Conference sponsors are being unveiled on our 2014 Conference Sponsors page as they confirm their attendance.

October 2014

Rijksmuseum International Museum Photography Conference
The Rijksmuseum Photography Studio is holding a 2-day international photography conference in April next year, full details can be found on their website.

Annual Conference timetable and abstracts
The timetable and abstracts for the 2014 UK Conference have now been published and can be found on the 2014 conference page

August 2014

Annual Conference online booking now open
Conference entry fees for 2014 are as follows:

AHFAP members – £30
Non-members – £70

For further information please go to our 2014 conference page.

June 2014

OpenCulture 2014
The Oval, London, 25-26 June 2014
We will have a stand at OpenCulture 2014 again publicising the association, if you are attending pop by and say hello.

New AHFAP Special Interest Groups

The AHFAP Committee has devised a framework for the creation of Special Interest Groups (SIG) within the association. This will enable members who have specific interests in an aspect of our work to group together and focus on them in detail. Please read the framework on the SIG page then contact the Committee if you wish to start a SIG.

May 2014

Anthropology and Photography 2014
British Museum, Clore Centre, 29-31 May 2014

We will have a stand at the Royal Anthropological Institute’s Anthropology and Photography Conference publicising the association, if you are attending pop by and say hello.

2014 Annual AHFAP Conference

The annual UK conference will be held at the Wellcome Trust on 27 November, see the 2014 Conference page for more details and information as it becomes available.

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January 2014

The association is sorry to report the death of Malcolm Whittle, owner and driving force behind Elinchrom and founder of Leeds Photographic, at his home in Switzerland on 30 December. Many people will remember Malcolm as sponsor of our conference at Docklands in 2007 when there was a large delegation from China. He fostered relations between the association and China, paving the way for further international links.

The association sends sincere condolences to his family.