What’s on at the Club
Tomorrow is the Summer Project presentations on the theme of “Music in London”. The winning team to be decided by a vote of those present who had not taken part in the project. It is also hand-in for Colour Prints Round 1.
Next week (28 September) is the Colour Print Competition, round 1 to be judged by Darren Woolway.
To those who scored a 20 in Round 1 of the PDI competition
Advanced: Czech Conroy for his “Little Bee-eater” and “Sunrise on the Iberian Border”
Improvers: Theresa Davies for her “Winter Sun Reflections”
What’s on soon
Autumn Ambles Weekend – Saturday 23 and Sunday 24 September – Free
A weekend of free-guided walks around London organised by TFL.
New walks for 2017 include a specially designed dementia-friendly stroll around the flora and fauna of Southwark Park and a rock ’n’ roll themed tour of the famous sights of Camden.
Best to simply visit their website (walklondon.org.uk) to see which takes your fancy. Some need pre-booking.
Japan Matsuri 2017 – Sunday 24 September 10:00 am – 8:00 pm – Free
Japan Matsuri, returning to Trafalgar Square for its sixth year, offers a fantastic opportunity to experience the vibrancy of Japanese culture in the heart of London. There’ll be something for everyone, with live music and dance performances by Japanese artists, a dedicated martial arts stage, arts, crafts, origami, calligraphy and manga drawing workshops.
And don’t forget to bring your appetite with you, as the food market will be offering all the best of Japanese gastronomy!
Pearly Kings and Queens Harvest Festival – Sunday 24 September – Starts at 1:00 pm
Pearly Society Harvest Festival in the Guildhall yard in the City of London. Many mayors attend as well as entertainment for your viewing and pleasure. Come and join the pearly society members. No ticket required for the Guildhall yard. Expect lots of displays, dancing, and embarrassed Mayors dragged out to join in.
They then parade to the cockney church St Mary Le Bow Cheapside.
Art in the City – Sunday 24 September: Exchange Square, free, just turn up, 6:00am-10:00pm. It’s the last day to catch Villa Walala, an immersive and colourful art installation that’ll remind many of a patterned bouncy castle, intending to inject a little joy underneath London’s usual blanket of grey skies.
Tony Worobiec’s Keynote Talk “A Landscape for all Seasons” on Tuesday 26 September – 7.45pm (£5 Visitor fee on the door) at Cameron Hall, Congregational Church, Old Coulsdon, Surrey CR5 1HA
Old Coulsdon Camera Club has invited us to join them for a great evening of photos and tips for taking landscapes. See his photos at http://www.tonyworobiec.com/
Level 2 Certificate in Photography Course at Bromley Adult Education College
The course starts on Tuesday 26 September and the classes are on Tuesdays from 9.30am – 2pm. The course is suitable for beginners and improvers looking to create a portfolio of photography.
Please see this link for more information: https://goo.gl/4eEeop
PAGB e-News No. 191
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