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13 - 26

MarApr

12:00 am

2024 Digital Image Showcase ‘Competition’: Call for images

The annual digital image showcase ‘competition’ will be held on Tuesady 14 and Tuesday 28 May so it’s time to start looking for images.

Submissions will only be accepted between Saturday 20 April and the deadline at midnight on Friday 26 April. Without prior arrangement, images submitted outside this window may not be received. Late entries will not be accepted.

Please see additional information for details and entry form.

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Cuppa & Capture

Mon

22

Apr

12:00 noon

Broken

Broken conjures up images of objects that no longer function but could equally refer to hearts or lives so there should be plenty of scope around town but we should also look for the beauty and fragility in the damaged and try to capture images which reflect that.

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Competitions

Tues

14

May

7:30 pm

Annual Digital Image Showcase ‘Competition’ Part I

This year we are continuing with a similar format to recent years, a celebration of the wide range of subjects and styles of members’ photographs. Our six categories for entry (Landscape; The Living World; Architecture and Objects; Portraiture; Street; Abstract and Creative) makes the unenviable job of choosing favourite images a little less challenging.

This first session will include images from the first three of the categories: Landscape; The Living World; Architecture and Objects.

Submissions will only be accepted between Saturday 20 April and the deadline at midnight on Friday 26 April. Without prior arrangement, images submitted outside this window may not be received. Late entries will not be accepted.

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Competitions

Tues

28

May

7:30 pm

Annual Digital Image Showcase ‘Competition’ Part II

This year we are continuing with a similar format to recent years, a celebration of the wide range of subjects and styles of members’ photographs. Our six categories for entry (Landscape; The Living World; Architecture and Objects; Portraiture; Street; Abstract and Creative) makes the unenviable job of choosing favourite images a little less challenging.

This second session will include images from the final three categories: Portraiture; Street; Abstract and Creative.

Submissions will only be accepted between Saturday 20 April and the deadline at midnight on Friday 26 April. Without prior arrangement, images submitted outside this window may not be received. Late entries will not be accepted.

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Meetings

Tues

4

Jun

7:30 pm

Joanne Coates: Liznojan – a personal journey, the highs and lows of a working class photographer

‘To learn’ links back etymologically to proto-Germanic ‘liznojan, meaning ‘to follow or to find a track’.

Joanne Coates is an award-winning working-class photographer. She was born and is based in North Yorkshire, and works across the North of England, exploring rurality, social histories of class and inequalities relating to low income through photography, installations, and audio. Her work involves participation and working with communities, questioning stories around power, identity, wealth, and poverty.

Visitors are welcome (£5) and should contact Julia for more information or to book a place.

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