Carole Evans

Carole Evans is a photographic artist interested in human stories, both past and present. Through extensive research, and collaborating with communities, she creates immersive installations which (re-)present events to current audiences. She has a keen interest in the craft of photography, using alternative photographic processes and analogue methods in order to contribute to the narrative. Carole has been teaching in some form or another for 15 years; she is currently Course Leader in Contextual Studies at Ravensbourne University London, and and is Dissertation Supervisor for the Photography BA (hons) at University of the Creative Arts Farnham, where she also contributes to the Theory Lecture programme. She is visiting lecturer at Anglia Ruskin University (Cambridge). In 2011, she co-founded of Portrait Salon, a salon de refusés of images which have been rejected from the Taylor Wessing Prize organised by the National Portrait Gallery. In 2013 she devised and curated the Altrincham Arts Festival, a pop-up arts festival turning empty shops into temporary art galleries.

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