What’s on at the Club Tonight
Tonight Gerald Kityakara will be judging the Mono Print Competition.
Next week (3 March) Peter Warne will give his presentation entitled “Wildlife of Epping Forest”.
Next week is also hand in for the Kerri Cup competition. This is a one-class competition for prints, which have been taken on a Club outing.
The qualifying outings are:
“Drawn by Light”: at the Science Museum and London walk – Saturday 21 February
Visit to Tate Museum and London walk – Sunday 29 March
Kew by train and tube – Saturday 2 May
Medieval Fair at Faversham – Saturday 13 June
River Festival at Chatham – Saturday 4 July
Weekend in Portsmouth – Friday 7 to Monday 10 August
Any image taken for the Summer Project – May to September
Olympic Park and the Orbit – Saturday 19 September
Sheffield Park and Garden – Sunday 8 November
You may enter up to 4 images provided the image has not been previously entered into this competition or the Kerri Cup.
What’s on soon
Shakespeare Son et Lumiere – Friday 4 and Saturday 5 March – 6:45pm to 8:45pm (20 min loop) last show commencing 8:15 approx at Guildhall Yard, EC2V
Sip on a Shakespeare-themed cocktail and celebrate Shakespeare woz ere with fantastic modern interpretations in light, sound and performance. Guildhall Library and the Guildhall School of Music and Drama are hosting a spectacular light and sound production to celebrate the City’s connection to Shakespeare, on the 400th anniversary of his death. The Guildhall School of Music & Drama will bring the historic façade of Guildhall to life with 3D projection mapping technology and a special music composition. Complete your evening with a visit to Guildhall Art Gallery and the City of London Heritage Gallery and the (both open until 9pm) and enjoy a rare opportunity to view Shakespeare’s signature on his mortgage deed alongside Guildhall Library’s copy of the First Folio – considered one of the five best in the world.
Also on display will be Visscher’s 1616 engraving, one of the few visual records of the pre-Great Fire City – created the same year of Shakespeare’s death – alongside the original print will be artist Robin Reynolds’ newly unveiled version of modern London, arranged to fit the Visscher landscape. In Reynold’s drawing there are references to Shakespeare’s thirty-seven plays, three major poetic works, and the sonnets – see how many you can spot. Free event. Tickets are not required.
It’s time for new blood with fresh ideas, so with effect from 1 March the Club will have a new Outings Committee. The members will be Steve Jones, Czech Conroy and Paul Lehane. Betty will be helping out with the admin.
The Challenge, a national youth charity and the leading provider of the government’s National Citizen Service (NCS), have paid part-time summer jobs delivering Photography sessions to young people (15-17 years old), which may be relevant to members. They run this programme all over the UK and in all Boroughs of London including Bromley, Bexley, Lewisham, Greenwich, Croydon, Lambeth and Southwark and are now open for applications from members of our Club to learn about their photography practitioner opportunities for summer 2016. They are expanding as a charity and will be hiring 4,500 paid summer staff to lead, mentor and deliver sessions to our young people.
They find that going into organisations, universities and colleges and presenting to students or members the best way to spread the word about their roles. They would only need 5-10 minutes at the beginning of sessions to tell members about their opportunities.
For more information see ncsthechallenge.org or feel free to get in touch with firstname.lastname@example.org to ask any questions.
PAGB e-News No. 136
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