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What’s on at the Club Tonight
Tonight is Round 1 of the Mono Print Competition to be judged by Marie-Ange Bouchard.
Next week David Harford will be “Exploring Oman Alone in a 4xO”. Next week is also hand in for Round 2 of the PDI competition.
What’s on this Weekend?
CameraWorld THE EVENT at the Cavendish Conference Centre, W1G 9DT on Saturday 24 October – 10:00am to 5:00pm
A new event with a host of special guests, exclusive offers as well as seminars and workshops covering a variety of subjects. Entry is free with the seminars starting from just £5.00. Supported by Canon and Fujifilm, guests will include Jeff Ascough – one of the world’s leading wedding photographers; Danny Green – Canon Explorer and Wildlife Photographer; Damien Demolder – Former Editor of Amateur Photographer will be doing Street Photography Workshops; EOS Training Academy will be hosting talks on getting the best out of your Canon Equipment; as well as a range of suppliers and manufacturers covering all manner of accessories. For more information, and to book tickets for the seminars, just click here
The Foundling Museum explores the history of the Foundling Hospital, the UK’s first children’s charity and first public art gallery. Includes free entry to the exhibition ‘The Fallen Woman’ curated by Professor Lynda Nead. This major exhibition explores the myth and reality of the ‘fallen woman’ in Victorian Britain through works by Rossetti, Redgrave and Watts, and the petitions of women applying to give up their babies to the Foundling Hospital
The Old Coulsdon Annual Exhibition is being held at Cameron Hall, Congregational Church, Canon’s Hill, Old Coulsdon CR5 1HA on Saturday 24 October (11am-5pm) and Sunday 25 October (11am-4pm). Free admission – all welcome, give your visitor vote.
2015/16 FSLPS Group 1 PDI Competition
Congratulations to Vera Stevens who was awarded a Certificate of Merit for her photo “Separation”.
PAGB e-News Nos. 147 and 147A
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And don’t forget – clocks go back an hour on Sunday.