The Society are holding a Summer Exhibition for 2 weeks in the Winns Gallery, Lloyd Park.
It will be held between Monday 26th August 2013 and Saturday 7th September 2013 – 11am until 4.30pm.
The exhibition is open to all club members, new and old.
The mount size must be 40x50cm, white mount. Print any size, B&W or colour.
Ian has said he will do the printing and mounting.
Initially only three submissions each but if we have to many then we will rotate over the two weeks, if we have too few then members will be asked for more images.
The gallery is in the grounds of Lloyd Park beside the skatepark.
Andy Charles has done a brilliant job in securing us exhibition space at the Winns Gallery in Lloyd Park.
The club has been offered a two week exhibition which will run from Bank Holiday Monday August 26 until the 8th September.
All members are welcome to submit their most recent prints.
They have to be in white mounts 40x50cm in size with prints any size.
The gallery space is absolutely superb and may I suggest you have a wander through Lloyd Park to have a look.
For more info, contact Andy at email@example.com
From their website http://www.waltham.ac.uk/college-retail/the-winns-gallery.html
The Winns Gallery is a new visual arts exhibition space in the Aveling Centre in Lloyd Park; the Gallery is owned by the London Borough of Waltham Forest and managed by Waltham Forest College.
The Gallery will provide a space for local artists and local community led arts projects to display their work with the aim of reflecting the diversity of the Borough.
An interesting exhibition is coming to the William Morris this coming Saturday and will run for 3 months.
It’s free, and local so no excuse not to go.
23 February to 26 May 2013
Open Wednesday to Sunday, 10am – 5pm; free
David Bailey’s iconic photographs immortalised 1960s London. When he turned his camera east, he photographed the part of London he grew up in. As he expressed it recently, ‘London’s East End is in my DNA’. This exhibition brings together intimate portraits of the characters, faces and streetscapes he encountered in the East End during the 1960s.