What’s on at the Club tonight and next week

Tonight is Round 3 of the Mono Print Competition to be judged by Ron Tear ARPS, who many will remember judging our Annual Exhibition last year.

Next week (11 February) is our Quiz Night so please come along and have a go at answering some easy, some funny and some not so easy questions. It is also hand in for Round 3 of the PDI Competition.


Our Next Outing – Saturday 21 February 

Will be to view “Drawn by Light” at the Science Museum. More details about meeting time and place will follow, but in the meantime if you are interested please put your name on the list on the noticeboard.


Mayor’s Quiz Evening – Friday 20 February – 7:00 pm for 7:30 pm start

Taking place in the Great Hall, Bromley Civil Centre. Tickets are £12.50 per person (in teams of 6 maximum). Supper is included and a bar is available. If interested in joining a team please let me know tonight, as entry forms have to be in by tomorrow.



To those scoring a 20 in Round 3 of the Colour Print Competition

Preliminary – Three Anemones by Paul Tipping and Reflection, Brands Hatch by John Hackett

Intermediate – Red-Billed Firefinch, Ethiopia and Sunshine and Shower both by Czech Conroy and View from the DLR by Lou Humphries

Advanced – Beyond the Blur by Paul Whitmarsh


PAGB e-News No. 131

To read the latest issue please click on this link www.pagbnews.co.uk.


Photography Exhibitions now on at The National Portrait Gallery

The Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize is finishing on 22 February.  £3 entry, £2 for concessions.

Suffragettes: Deeds not Words on until 10 May in Room 31 – Free.

Using vintage photographs and rarely seen documents from the Gallery’s archive, this centenary display looks at the final years of the Suffragette’s militant campaign to secure political equality for British Women.

Snowdon: A Life in View on until 21 June in Rooms 37 and 37a – Free

This display celebrates a gift of photographs from Lord Snowdon to the Gallery highlighting portraits from 1950’s to 1990’s (one showing Princess Margaret in her bath still wearing her tiara), together with selections from Private View, Snowdon’s important examination of the British art world.


Orbital Lego exhibition coming to London – Sunday 15 to Sunday 22 February

An exhibition of London-inspired models made from Lego — on display in the Orbit observation thingy in the Olympic Park. Miniature sculptures include St Paul’s Cathedral, the Elizabeth Tower (aka Big Ben) the Millennium Dome as well as other London symbols; the routemaster bus, the black cab, the penny-farthing and a red telephone box. Entrance to the exhibition is included in the standard entry price of £11.95 which now includes unlimited repeat visits for a year.


Breakthrough: Crossrail’s tunnelling story now on at The London Transport Museum until 30 August 2015

The exhibition brings to life the sheer scale of the work being done to deliver Crossrail, the new railway that will bring a 10 per cent increase to the city’s rail capacity. Visitors will experience the tunnel environment, learn how Crossrail is burrowing under London, play interactive tunnelling games and hear the first hand experiences of those who work underground. The exhibition features a large, five metre high, walk-through installation of a cross-section of a Crossrail tunnel to allow visitors to experience what it might be like to stand in a tunnel, which is under construction deep underground. The tunnel will contain a computer simulation of a giant boring machine in action, just like the one being used to dig Crossrail’s tunnels. Crossrail’s tunnel network will be joined up for the first time in Spring when Tunnel machine Elizabeth reaches Farringdon in the big East-West breakthrough.