What’s on at the Club tomorrow
Tomorrow will be Round 1 of the Mono Print Competition to be judged by Paul Dunmall. It is also hand in for
Round 2 of the PDI Competition.
Next week (Thursday 26 October) is Round 2 of the PDI Competition to be judged by Steve Lawrenson.
Thursday 2 November is a presentation by Mike Farley LRPS entitled “On Photography”
Thursday 9 November is a Members’ Evening, which will be split into two; Julie Langman will show some of her work and there will also be images from the recent Northumberland trip. It is also hand in for Round 2 of the Colour Print Competition.
Next Club Outing – Saturday 28 October
Will be to visit Folkestone where their Triennial is taking place. Those going to Folkestone by train should meet at Bromley South Station at 8:30 am. We will take the 8.39 train, which arrives at Folkestone at 10:21 with a change at Ashford International. Those travelling independently should meet us at Folkestone Central Station at 10:30. Steve will lead a tour of the Triennial exhibits, which will add to the town’s regular photogenic opportunities. Please let him know by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or text to 07768 681702 if you are joining us.
For more info take a look at their website. www.folkestonetriennial.org.uk.
Christmas Dinner – Thursday 14 December at 7:30pm
We will be having our Christmas dinner this year at Assos Restaurant, which is at 226 High Street, Bromley (quite close to the cinema). The cost per person is £20 and a £10 deposit will be required by the end of October. Menu Here
Paul Lehane will collect names and deposits at the Club over the next few weeks. He will also need menu choices.
What’s on soon
Wildlife Photographer of the Year at National History Museum – Friday 20 October to 31 May 2018
Explore the world’s best nature photography, highlighting the incredible range of life on Earth.
The exhibition of 100 images records the beauty and drama of the natural world, from tiny insects to massive mammals. This year’s competition, showcasing the 53rd year of the competition, attracted almost 50,000 entries from professionals and amateurs across 92 countries. See winning images selected by a panel of judges for their creativity, originality and technical excellence.
Harry Potter – A History of Magic – Friday 20 October to Wednesday 28 February 2018 – British Library, Euston.
Those who remember reading ‘Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone’ when it was first published may well be aghast to discover that was a whopping 20 years ago – yes, the global phenomenon that is the Boy Who Lived is officially two decades old. The British Library are pulling out all the stops on this celebratory exhibition, modelling each room around a Hogwarts subject. Just don’t fall asleep in the Divination room.
£16, £11 over 60s, £8 child. Times vary.
The Flying Scotsman is visiting London – Saturday 21 October
The Flying Scotsman steam locomotive will be making a visit to London in the evening. Due to arrive at London King’s Cross around 6:00pm. (It’ll be diesel hauled on the way home at 7:30pm)
Annie Leibovitz – Sunday 22 October – 4:30pm at Southbank Centre
Acclaimed photographer Annie Leibovitz presents works from her new book ‘Annie Leibovitz: Portraits 2005-2016’. The publication features portraits of Leonard Cohen and Barack Obama as well as artists, writers, actors, politicians, athletes and royals who have shaped our time. Exhibition on 10:00am-11:00pm Monday to Sunday.
KCPA Audio Visual competition – Saturday 28 October.
The event will be hosted by Tonbridge Camera Club on behalf of the KCPA, at the Main Hall, Weald of Kent Grammar School, Tudeley Lane, Tonbridge TN9 2JP. Judges are Dick Williams ARPS, DPAGB(AV) and Dave Wilcox DPAGB(AV).
Doors open at 9am for 9.45am start- Expected finish time 5pm. Entry £10 which includes drinks and biscuits on arrival and throughout the day.
Open Day at Orpington Fire Station – Sunday 5 November – 12noon – 4:00pm
Come and meet your local fire-fighters for fire safety advice, free smoke alarm fitting, fire and rescue demonstrations and a chance to view fire service equipment. Avalon Road, Orpington BR6 9AX.
The Creation of the Photobook with Matt Writtle and Ben Smith – Free talk on Sunday 5 November 11:00am – 1:00pm at A-side B-side Gallery, London – Exhibition on from 2 to 7 November. RSVP to talk to Caitlin@artistatnone.com
Photographer Matt Writtle invites fellow Photographer, A Small Voice podcast host and writer Ben Smith down to his exhibition Sunday: A Portrait of 21st Century England to discuss the practicalities of creating, funding, publishing and launching your own photobook and exhibition. Matt will reveal the finer intricacies of how his recent project, which has spanned 10 years of work came to fruition.
Sunday explores the huge cultural shift away from traditional churchgoing and what this represents of wider cultural changes. For centuries Sunday has been known throughout Christian England as a day of worship, contemplation and reflection; the one true day of leisure. However, with weekly church attendance figures now falling below one million for the first time Matt asks the question what are people doing instead? And how does this reflect wider cultural shifts of our time.
Urban Photo Fest – Friday 10 to Wednesday 15 November
Lots happening best you look at their website www.urbanphotofest.org or follow festival updates on Facebook or Twitter @UrbanPhotoFest
Its Subs time again.
Just a reminder that subs are now due. Please either let Jeff King have a cheque for £60 or contact him if you wish to pay by bank transfer.
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