What’s on at the Club tomorrow
Tomorrow is Round 3 of our PDI Competition to be judged by Zoe Garnham-Archer
Next week (1 February) Vanda Ralevska will be presenting her “The Experience of Creating Images”.
It is also hand in for the Colour Print Competition Round 3.
Mayor’s Quiz Friday 9 February
If you want to help make up a BCC team for this enjoyable annual event at Bromley Civic Centre please let Steve Jones know by 25 January. Cost is £14 per person, which includes Fish and Chip Supper. Arrive at 7.00 for 7.30 quiz start.
What’s on this weekend and soon
Monday 29 January
South London Photographic Society will be hosting the SLF Plate 3 Mono Prints and PDI Competitions to be judged by Bob Turner FRPS. The line up for the Mono Prints will be Bromley v Cheam v Mitcham v Old Coulsdon. For the PDIs the line up with be Aperture Woolwich v Bromley v Croydon v Orpington v South London. Do come along and support our Club, the address is Perry Rise Baptist Church, Perry Rise, Forest Hill, SE23 2QL.
Winter Lights festival in Canary Wharf on until Saturday 27 January
Lumiere London may be over, but January’s dark evenings continue to be illuminated with Canary Wharf Winter Light Festival, which features light graffiti, interactive light bubbles and flora light drawings. For the fourth year running, the spectacle will showcase over 30 works from some of the most innovative artists across the globe working in light art today, including several UK firsts. New commissions this year include Dazzling Dodecahedron, a beautiful 3D installation that you can enter and enjoy the total rainbow spectrum of colour, by UK artist Amberlights, as well as Halo, a giant halo suspended above the fountain in Cabot Square by Dutch artists Venividimultiplex. The illuminations can be discovered in an array of different locations, simply pick up a map when you arrive or download one from the website (canarywharf.com). 5pm-10pm. Free.
Andreas Gursky at Hayward Gallery from tomorrow until 22 April
The exhibition marks the first UK retrospective of the German photographer, who’s known for large-scale images that delve into stories of globalisation, collective existence and contemporary life. In a series of photos taken from the early 1980s to the modern day, Gursky questions how the world around us is formed, and our perception of and interplay with this environment. Study around 60 of the artist’s works, including urban landscape Paris, Montparnasse (1993), a minimalist take on Germany’s famous river in Rhine II (1999, remastered 2015), and a focus on revellers at the Mayday techno music festival May Day IV (2000/2014).
The pieces are generously lit by the gallery’s new pyramid roof lights, which were installed as part of the two-year refurbishment ahead of the gallery’s 50th anniversary in 2018.
Snowdrop Spectacular at Chelsea Physic Garden from Saturday 27 January
Admire a breathtaking display of more than 120 snowdrop plants blooming at Chelsea Physic Garden. The Snowdrop Spectacular season of events opens this Saturday with The Wonderful World of Snowdrops, a free talk and tour with Joe Sharman of Monksilver Nursery. This talk will be held twice at 11:30 am- 1:00 pm and 2- 3.30pm. Talks are free with Garden entry but seats will be on a first come first served basis.
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