Street Level is a leading photography arts organisation that provides artists and the public with a range of opportunities to make and engage with photography.
• Film processing B&W & C-41 all formats
• B&W Darkroom, for all neg format printing
• Dry print finish facility with vacuum mount press
• Digital suite
• Hasselblad Flextight X5 film scanner
• Epson A3 flatbed document and film scanner
• A2&A3 EPSON inkjet printers
• Photography Studio – 3 x 270cm Wide Colorama backgrounds
• 2 x Bowens Gemini Flash Heads with Soft Box, Snoot
• 2 x Bowens Daylight Balanced Unilights
• Tripods, reflectors
SLP will offer RSA resident artists free membership – worth £80 and concessionary rates for the duration of their residency. In addition, we offer 10 days use of the studio (worth £400). Costs of consumables need to be covered and the following subsidised costs apply:
Film processing: B&W: per 35mm film: £2 – per 120/ 5×4 film: £3
C-41 colour film process chemistry 650ml for up to 5 x 35mm or 6 x 120mm films : £18
Darkroom/ Digital suite/ Dry print finish: full day: £7
Hasseblad scanner: £6 per 2 hour session
Digital printing, per print: A4: £2, A3: £4, A2: £5
Studio hire: discounted rate: Full day £40
See: streetlevelphotoworks.org/facilities for further details
Access to our extensive collection of photobooks and periodicals in photography, as well as other information resources on the history and current state of photography in Scotland.
Induction on all facilities.
Professional Development opportunity –costs covered to participate in a portfolio review event to meet with experts to get feedback on work.
A minimum of two mentoring sessions with Director.
Promotional support offered
We will promote the residency in our programme brochure, on our website and through social media.
Street Level are keen to promote quality outcomes though this is not conditional of the residency.
We would promote and support a public talk on the work-in-progress by the residency artist.
Work produced will be considered for future offsite opportunities subject to discussion with SLP.
Street Level does not have residency accommodation, but can advise. For prolonged stays the resident is responsible for acquiring appropriate accommodation for the residency period if outside the central belt.
For further details please visit streetlevelphotoworks.org