What’s on this weekend and soon
Photography Exhibitions, Workshops and Events
London Street Photography Festival – Friday 3 to Sunday 5 August
Forget island sunsets or pastoral landscapes, the most interesting images are captured in public spaces. Learn more about the street photography genre with 3 days of talks, panel discussions and print swaps. Stour Space (Hackney). Free just turn up.
DLR Discovery Tour, Tower Gateway DLR station, £8, book ahead, tours depart on the hour 10:00am to 5:00pm Saturday 4 and Sunday 5 August
The Docklands Light Railway has launched an exclusive train tour from Tower Gateway to Cutty Sark. With the help of an on-board guide, discover all sorts of titbits about the transformed Docklands area of east London before arriving at Greenwich to take in some of the City’s prettiest buildings on a 30-minute guided walking tour of Greenwich.
Paul Foley FRPS – Earth, Sand and Stone – 10 August to 9 September – Monday to Sunday 10:00am to 5:00pm
At Hall Place and Gardens, Bourne Road, Bexley DA5 1PQ – Admission Free
David Lewis ARPS: Kent, Garden of England – Tuesday 14 August to 14 September
Open Evening 14 August 7-9pm at Ripley Arts Centre – http://www.bromleyarts.com/category/main-gallery/
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Galina Gumbarova: Moody Colours 19th June to 26th July 2018 Open evening Wed 20th June 7-9pm Please ring to view 0208464 5816. Art has always been my passion.
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‘Kent, Garden of England’, is an exhibition of garden landscape photography by David Lewis ARPS. Kent has been described as the Garden of England. For this exhibition, David’s seventh but his first in Bromley, David is showing some of his work from an ongoing project to photograph Kent’s major public gardens.
Another Europe, an outdoor exhibition of photographs around Kings Cross – now on and until Thursday 9 August
Another Europe features 28 photographs, one from each EU Member-State, mounted on specially designed concrete benches dispersed around London’s King’s Cross area. The photographers represent a wide range of photographic practices and are a mixture of established and emerging talents. Together they voice themes and influences we all recognise as part of our cultural heritage from concrete manifestations such as monuments, buildings and sites to the more ephemeral social aspects such as childhood, fairytales, theatre, landscape, conflict, work, celebration, family, memories, literature and traditions.
Maidstone Camera Club Annual Exhibition – Monday 27 August to Sunday 2 September – The Mall, Maidstone.
Kent Downs AONB
Madeleine Hodge <Madeleine.Hodge@kentdowns.org.uk> works with the Kent Downs AONB on a project that records and celebrates ash trees in light of their decline from ash dieback. They have a number of workshops coming up that you might be interested in.
Wonder of the Wood: Photography Workshop with Belinda Knox
Part of the Up on the Downs Big Summer festival, learn how to take beautiful photographs of trees with celebrated photographer, Belinda Knox
Sunday 5 August 2018, 10.00am – 2.00pm (£15)
Kearsney Abbey and Russell Gardens, Alkham Rd, Temple Ewell, Dover CT16 3DZ
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In this workshop at the beautiful Kearsney Abbey we celebrate the ash tree in this workshop as we focus primarily on the ash tree and the surrounding landscape.
A Photographic Exchange: Photography Workshop with Manuel Vason
Over two days you will practice photography as a methodology to communicate and connect with the ash trees of a small forest near Folkestone.
Saturday 11 and Sunday 12 August 2018, 10-5pm, this is a free workshop (completely subsidized by the ash project) though you must be available to attend both days of the workshop.
Folkestone Downs, Meet at the Brewery Tap on Tontine Street
Biggin Hill Festival of Flight 2018 including the Biggin Hill Car Show– Saturday 18 and Sunday 19 August
This year looking back over 100 years of the RAF to commemorate and celebrate whilst inspiring the next generation. It promises to be an unforgettable weekend at the scene of one of the world’s most famous battlefields – the skies above Biggin Hill. The Red Arrows will be putting in an appearance too.
Tickets on sale now
Notting Hill Carnival – Bank Holiday Weekend 25, 26 and 27 August
Join London’s biggest street party as the Notting Hill Carnival fills the streets of west London with Caribbean colours, music and flavours.
Watch elaborate floats and colourful costumed performers wind their way through the streets in the carnival parade, dance to the sound of steel bands and calypso music, and visit the tempting food stalls along the route.
If you’re new to the carnival, take a look at 10 tips for Notting Hill Carnival to find out how to make the most of your day.
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