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no.w.here runs regular workshops on the equipment available in the lab. We also run wide ranging thematic workshops that combine philosophical and practical ways of thinking and using film and video, and develop bespoke workshops with visiting artists. Our workshops can be delivered both on and offsite.

All courses and workshops unless specified as being held elsewhere take place at:

First Floor
316-318 Bethnal Green Road
E2 0AG

All courses at no.w.here fill up quickly and spaces are only available on a strictly first come, first serve basis. Payment can be made by card over the phone or by cash or cheque by prior arrangement.

If you wish to take a workshop as bespoke 1:1 training please email james.holcombe(at)no-w-here.org.uk or call +44 (0)207 7294494.

You can book online or telephone +44 (0)207 7294494

Cancellations policy

In the event of no.w.here having to cancel or postpone a course you are entitled to a full refund. If you cannot attend a workshop you have booked, a 50% refund is available with 6 to 10 days notice. Absolutely no refunds can be made 5 days before the workshop.

Screen Tests: The Cinematic Gaze
2 day Bolex 16mm workshop
Sat 9 May 10.00-14.00 & Sun 10 May 10.00-18.00 Delegate Centre BFI
15 places, £60 per person


Peter Gidal
Reverberations study morning
no.w.here, London
9 April 2009 | 10.30am–12.30pm | £10/15
Following on from Gidal’s Reverberations event the evening before, this unique study morning will act as both an extended question and answers for his performance, and an opportunity for further discourse on the ideas raised.

Contact printing
no.w.here, London
31 January 2009 | 10.30am–4.30pm | £55
Learn how to save the expense of commercial labs by making your own 16mm prints from 16mm negatives, grade your prints, analyse your negatives, hand process tests, as well as the endless scope for experimentation possible using the Debrie 16mm contact printer.

Ben Russell
Film / phenomenology
no.w.here, London
3 December 2008 | 10.30am–4.30pm
no.w.here host a one-off workshop with Chicago based artist filmmaker Ben Russell.

Walter Benjamin: The Surgeons Camera and the Web of the Real
Led by Adam Kossoff
The painter maintains in his work a natural distance from reality, the cameraman penetrates deeply into its web... Walter Benjamin, The Work of Art In The Age of Mechanical Reproduction.

Moment to Moment
Bolex 16mm workshop at BFI
Held at BFI project space
The workshop takes place over two days:
Fri 24 Oct 13:00 - 17:00
Sat 25 Oct 10:00 - 18:00
In the spirit of Dorsky, this 16mm bolex workshop takes the River Thames as a shared backdrop. Booking includes a reservaton for the linked screening Nathaniel Dorsky at the BFI.

Cinema povera & collage composition
with Bradley Eros
no.w.here, London
19 October 2008 | 3pm-9pm | £30/40
Presented as part of the Reverberations project, Bradley Eros will reveal a theory & practice of cinema povera.

Corrupting the image
no.w.here, London
4/18 October 2008
This two-session workshop explores how mechanical decay or electronic processes of image degradation can be used as an artistic tool to create new and unexpected forms of representation.

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