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April exhibitions in the library

April exhibitions in Droitwich library are all about the photography. Julian Rouse and Ric Harding , both members of Droitwich Camera Club, show the whole beauty and diversity of photography. 

Julian Rouse enjoys doing portraits and photographing people on the streets and in different situations. His documentary approach to the subject is accompanied by a narrative and subtle sense of humour. His black and white photograph of two young men was on display from 1st until 14th April.  

©Julian Rouse (l.), ©Ric Harding (r.). 

Ric Harding is primarily interested in landscapes, wildlife and travel photography. His photographs have been published in Outdoor Photography magazine and exhibited in many International Salons around the world. He chose a poetic photograph ‘Driftwood on Luskentyre Beach’ for the library display and it can be seen until 29th April.

Wildlife and landscape photography evening with Mark Hamblin

Droitwich Camera Club is delighted to announce that the freelance nature photographer, writer and guide Mark Hamblin will be giving a lecture at Droitwich High School on Saturday, 25th March 2017, 7pm. The lecture is titled “Wild Scotland: A Photographic Odyssey”. 

The tickets for the event can be purchased online on Droitwich Camera Club website  or by phoning 07803162895. Tickets are £10 Adults  & £8 Accompanied under 18’s. 

Droitwich Camera Club starts the new season

DCC Flier 2016-17 New SeasonDroitwich Camera Club starts a new season on Monday, 5 September 2016 with a free Open Evening, at The Barn, New Chawson Lane, Droitwich, WR9 0BA, at 8pm.

Droitwich Camera Club has plenty to offer the novice or the more experienced photographer and caters for both film and digital users. As a Club, we like to support and help to improve our members’ work and photographic skills.

Droitwich Camera Club has a varied programme of events, competitions and speakers throughout the year.

More information about Droitwich Camera Club can be found on their website 

 

Rhys Jones’ photographs in Park’s Café

Rhys Jones is an active member of Droitwich Arts Network and is a self-employed commercial and family photographer. For this exhibition in Park’s Café he decided to show a selection of 15 photographs. All photographs are of buildings that form part of British heritage (Croome Court, Lincoln Castle, Charlecote Park, Castle Howard, Witley Court, to name just a few).

Gatehouse Charlecote Park

Gatehouse Charlecote Park