Halftone

Print Fair, Dublin

I am pleased to have a few images included in the Halftone Print Fair at The Library Project in Dublin. The fair runs from 1st to 18th November, 2018. There's lots of fabulous artwork on show, for more details click here:Halftone 2018


Arts Council NI

Funding for New Work

I'm delighted to receive funding, from the Arts Council of Northern Ireland, for an experimental body of work, titled 'Paradise Lost'. Watch this space for updates.


Belfast Culture Night, 2018

Showing Work

I will be showing a new edit of work from 'It Starts With Silence' in Established Coffee as part of Belfast's 2018 Culture night. 

The work will be shown along with other members of Belfast Photo Factory. 

Here in Belfast - http://established.coffee/findus/


Junior Press

Issue 3 Launch at TLP, Dublin

Images from 'Voices' will be on display at The Library Project in Dublin to coincide with the launch of Issue 3, 'The Empathy Issue', of Junior Press Magazine.


Junior Press

Work Featured

Images from 'Voices' are to be featured in issue 3 of Junior Magazine.


Belfast Exposed 'Beyond View' 

preview 8th March 6-9pm

Exhibition - 9th March > 21st April

I am pleased to be included in this group show, curated by Belfast Exposed, to celebrate 10 years of photography from Ulster University. I will be showing work from my current research 'It Starts With Silence'. 

More information about the exhibition and the list of photographers showing can be seen here http://belfastexposed.org/exhibition/Beyond_View   


Long listed for Source Magazine 10 years of graduate photography

Source Magazine 10 years of Graduate Projects

'Voices' was listed among the top 150 of the 4,879 graduate projects that Source Magazine has published online since 2007. Follow the link to see the full list of 150 projects.


Instagram Takeover


Belfast Photo Factory

I, @rigos101 will be taking over the Instagram account @belfastphotofactory for two weeks from October 23rd 2017. 


Belfast Culture Night, 2017

Showing Work

Work from 'Selfie Society' will be showing in Established Coffee as part of Belfast's 2017 Culture night. The work will be shown along with other members of Belfast Photo Factory. 

Here in Belfast - http://established.coffee/findus/


Abridged Magazine

Photograph Featured

Abridged magazine issue 0-49 Babel.

http://abridgedonline.com/abridged-0-49-babel/


Belfast Photo Factory

Cooperative Membership

I am pleased to be joining the Belfast Photo Factory. A cooperative working from a studio in central Belfast.

http://www.belfastphotofactory.org/


Photoworks

Showcase on 14th September 2016

I attended the portfolio reviews at Belfast Exposed Galley and 'Voices' was chosen by the director of Photoworks, Celia Davies, to be showcased on the Photoworks website. My edit of ten images from the series will appear online on 14th September.

https://photoworks.org.uk/showcase-richard-gosnold/


Source Photographic Review

Graduate Photography Online

Work from 'Voices' included in the MFA graduate section.

http://www.source.ie/graduate/2016/ulstunimfa/ulstunimfa_student_15_59_09_28-07-16/ulstunimfa_student_15_59_09_28-07-16.php


'New Generation Artists' - Irish Arts Review


Irish Arts Review

Work from 'Voices' featured on Irish Arts, 'New Generation Artists' website.

www.irishartsreview.com/new-generation-artist-work/richard-gosnold/


PhotoIreland Festival 2016 

Exhibition at Artbox, Dublin 

Exhibition Dates: July 8th-23rd. Preview, Friday, July 8th (6-8pm)

This exhibition marks the culmination of study for a group of MFA Photography Students at Ulster University’s Belfast School of Art. The photographs are part of a greater body of research that each student has completed for their final year project.

Artists: Aaron Dickson, Richard Gosnold, Dianne Whyte, Tim West, Dalyce Wilson, Katrina Taggart

This exhibition is part of the PhotoIreland festival, 2016.
https://www.facebook.com/events/1012208418897734/


SERC, Student of the Year Award

South Eastern Regional College

I am delighted to receive an award for Student of the Year, 2014, for Creative and Performing Arts.

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