What’s on at the Club tomorrow
Tomorrow Steve Jones will give a presentation on his recent visits to China and Japan.
It is also hand in for the Kerri and Steinberger Cups competition.
Next week (15 March) is the Kerri and Steinberger Cups competition to be judged by Kirsty Ralfs.
It is with much sadness that I have to tell you that Peter Hearson died last week, he had not been ill and was at home when he died. The funeral is likely to be later this month and we’ll keep you informed.
KCPA Print and PDI Exhibition 2018
In light of recent bad weather conditions submission of the Prints for the KCPA Exhibition is to be extended until 15 March. You will be able to find all the information you need (Including the entry form, label template, how to submit your images, the drop off points and how to pay) Here.
PDI entries however still have to be submitted by tomorrow (8 March).
David Lewis has booked to see the Hayward Gallery’s Andreas Gursky exhibition with a few photographic friends at 3:00pm next Sunday 11 March. Club members would be very welcome to join them. As for his recent visit to the Science Museum’s ‘Illuminating India’, join David afterwards for a brief discussion on the exhibition over coffee in the gallery café. Full details are at https://www.southbankcentre.co.uk/whats-on/exhibitions/hayward-gallery-art/andreas-gursky. Booking tickets for the exhibition is advisable: discounts are available, including 50% for Art Fund members.
Please contact David if you’re planning to join him at firstname.lastname@example.org, mobile 07816 590744.
My Generation Exhibition Launches at 3 Carnaby Street – Thursday 8 to Wednesday 21 March – Free
Talkin’ ’bout my generation. Something seriously exciting is swinging its way in an exclusive exhibition in celebration of the forthcoming film, ”My Generation”, which is presented and produced by the legendary Michael Caine. The two week, free-entry exhibition will see a stunning showcase of photographs, prints and archive footage from the 1960s over the two-floor space. See incredible photos of the iconic contributors from the film including Twiggy, Roger Daltrey and The Who, Marianne Faithfull, Vidall Sassoon, Jean Shrimpton, Lulu, Paul McCartney and The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Sandie Shaw and Mary Quant, to name just a few. Well-renowned curator, Zelda Cheatle, has worked closely with photographers integral to the 60s’ cultural revolution including Terry O’Neill and Brian Duffy to showcase their work in this one-off exhibition. Don’t miss the infamous portrait of Christine Keeler, taken by Lewis Morley, mass crowd photographs highlighting the peak of Beatlemania as well as the first professional photo taken of Twiggy. Step into this immersive experience and go back in time to this revolutionary period.
“My Generation”, a documentary film told through the eyes of the British film icon Michael Caine, takes you on his vivid and inspiring journey through 1960s London. “My Generation” will be in cinemas on Wednesday 14 March for a one night special (Orpington and Beckenham Odeons are screening it).
Women’s Eights Head of the River Race on Saturday 10 March (start approx 9:45am) and Head of the River Race (Mens) on Sunday 11 March (start approx 10:45am).
The races see hundreds of national and international crews of eight rowers take to the waters to compete in this historic event. Rowed over the 4.25 mile (6.8km) Thames Championship Course, the race begins at Mortlake and ends at Putney taking around two hours from the time the first crew sets off to the time the last crew crosses the finish line. Crews start one after the other, at 10-second intervals. The winner is the crew, which completes the race in the fastest time. See the crews off from Chiswick Bridge, cheer them on from Barnes Bridge as they gather pace, or watch them approach from the Hammersmith Bridge. You can also try to find a good spot on the river banks or a seat in a cosy pub along the course. Take a look at the map of the racecourse.
Car Photography Workshop
James Mann FRPS is running a car photography workshop for the Royal Photographic Society at the National Motor Museum, Beaulieu. See this link for more details: http://www.rps.org/events/2018/june/07/car-photography-workshop-at-beaulieu-car-museum
He would also like to offer our members a special discount of more than 35% off for the How to Photograph Cars book at £12.45 + 2.80 p+p. To get the book at this discount members need to email him directly with their membership no’s ,name and address and pay by paypal or BACS.
And happy Mothers Day to all those mums out there.