is an artist led curation and publishing project, established in 1999 by Sian Bonnell and George Meyrick. It began at their home in Dorset but is now located at their studio in Todmorden, in the Yorkshire Pennines. TRACE’s primary focus has always been the support of and the collaboration with a diversity of artists across disciplines, providing a safe place to experiment but also to provide many with their first ever exhibition and publishing experience. The most recent TRACE collaboration (with Tracy Marshall Grant and Sebah Chaudhry) was the Covid-19 Portfolio, a time-limited print sale of 70 international artists selling prints for £50 to raise funds for Crisis and Refuge charities and raising a little over £74,000. TRACE continues to curate numerous shows all over the UK, Europe and China.
is a UK based artist and curator living and working in West Yorkshire. Her work is concerned with concepts surrounding photography and its relations with objects, environment and performance. Her work has been exhibited and published widely and is held in many public and corporate collections notably, the Victoria and Albert Museum, the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas, the Ransom Center, Texas and the Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris.
is a Freelance Creative Producer and Curator. She is experienced in working at international worldclass festivals, projects and events. She is Co-Founder and Co-Director of
, a photographic based visual arts network based in the Midlands, supporting the community and artists who are Black, Asian, or from other ethnic minorities. She is also a Director at BCVA, where her focus is to work with the South Asian Community. She is currently Project Coordinator of Picturing England’s High Streets, a Historic England funded project managed by Photoworks. She is also Creative Producer on Peer To Peer UK/HK, a digital exchange programme managed by Open Eye Gallery and the University of Salford.
Part performer, part artist, part provocateur, Haley Morris-Cafiero uses her photography as an activist voice to fight discrimination and social invisibility. Morris-Cafiero’s photographs have been widely exhibited in solo and group exhibitions around the world, and have been featured in numerous newspapers, magazines and viral online including
Le Monde, New York Times
. Born in Atlanta, she is a graduate of the University of North Florida, where she earned a BA in Photography and a BFA in Ceramics in 1999. Nominated for the Prix Pictet in 2014 and the Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation Prize (longlist) in 2021 and a 2020 BMW Residency at the GOEBBLINS finalist, Morris-Cafiero holds a MFA from the University of Arizona in Art. The Magenta Foundation published her monograph,
, in 2015 and Fall Line Press published her second monograph,
The Bully Pulpit
, in 2019. Her work is included in the 2021 publication
Photography – A Feminist
History by Emma Lewis published by Tate. Morris-Cafiero is represented by TJ Boulting Gallery in London and is a Senior Lecturer in Photography at the University of Northampton. She is pursuing a PhD from Westminster University.
is an educator, artist and curator with a research focus on collaborative practice, play in education and photographic storytelling based in Manchester, UK. Recently, she was awarded funding by MIF as part of the Manchester Independents for the research project ‘Museum of Half Truths’ which took place at Contact Theatre in late 2020, involving artists and communities in a collaborative archive response post pandemic. Her art practice concentrates on materiality, malleability and the performative quality of everyday objects, with an interest in objects found in her surroundings.
She is co-running
Museum of Half Truths,
founded in 2020.