ART OF STREET PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBITION DUBLINThis will be our fourth Street Photography Group Exhibition in Dublin and a chance for your members to Exhibit with some of the best Street Photographers in the World: Jill Freedman – Dougie Wallace – Richard Sandler – Gabi Ben Avraham – Tisch Murta to name a few…Still time to submit your best three images in BW or Colour for consideration for this amazing Street Photography Exhibition Sponsored by Birmingham Cameras Dublin & Panasonic Lumix taking place in the beautiful surroundings of the Ballroom Powerscourt Centre Dublin.2nd June – 16th June.Images can be taken anywhere in the world, but must be Candid. The selected Photographers will be contacted by the 1st of May & Judges decision is final.A fee of €50.00 will apply if your image is selected, this fee helps fund the Exhibition.Email now firstname.lastname@example.orgClosing date for Submissions is 22nd April.Kind Regards Des Byrne
Chairman of Carrick-on-Suir Camera Club, Frank Cullinane, and members of the club wish
to invite members of Kilkenny Photographic Society to the launch of their October photo
exhibition on Wednesday next the 11th October at 6.30 pm. The exhibition
is in the Library in Carrick-on-Suir.
The exhibition runs till the end of October. The library is open
weekdays and till 9pm on Wednesdays only.
Everyone is welcome
Malahide Camera Club will hold its annual photography exhibition in the Parish Centre, Malahide, from 10th to 24th February. Members of KPS are invited to the official opening of the exhibition which takes place on Friday, 10th February at 7.00 pm.
Carrick Camera Club will hold a Photo Exhibition in Carrick-on-Suir Library from Monday, 19th September to Friday, 14th October. The library is open on weekdays from 10.00 am to 5.00 pm.
This groundbreaking exhibition which gathers the finest professional landscape photographers In Ireland together for the first time will be held in the CHQ building at IFSC, Dublin 1 from 15th September to 6th October 2016. The goal of the Irish Light Festival is to highlight the beauty of the Irish landscape and create a unique event for the many enthusiastic photographers in Ireland. What better way to further that goal than an exhibition that draws, for the first time, the best professional fine art landscape photographers in Ireland together. The theme of the exhibition will reflect the theme of this year’s festival which is ‘Atlantic Reach’. The work will therefore reflect the rugged west coast and the mountains and lakes that characterise this special part of Ireland. The festival includes workshops along the Wild Atlantic Way (Clare, Connemara, Donegal, Kerry, Mayo and West Cork .The lineup for the exhibition includes: