A YEAR AND A DAY – A Portrait of Cheltenham

13th – 19th May 2015

Cheltenham Camera Club

 

  • Cheltenham Camera Club is proud of being the seventh oldest Camera Club in Great Britain. It was founded in 1865 in the home of Dr E T Wilson, father of Edward Wilson who perished with Captain Scott in the Antarctic.

 

  • This Exhibition is one of the many events being held throughout 2015 to celebrate Cheltenham Camera Club’s 150th Anniversary. A selection of photographs taken by Cheltenham Camera Club members of Cheltenham and environs during the period August 2013 to September 2014 will be on display and will also feature in an 80-page book to be launched at this exhibition.

 

  • CAPTURING THE MOMENT CONTINUES: CHELTENHAM PHOTO WEEKS

 

  • Parabola Arts Centre, Parabola Road

9-16 May, 11am-5pm: Cheltenham Camera Club’s ‘Annual Exhibition of Photography’

9 May, 7.30-10pm: Lecture by Charlie Waite, One of UK’s most iconic landscape photographers

 

  • The Wilson, Cheltenham Art Gallery & Museum

11-19 May, 10am-5pm: Cheltenham Camera Club’s Annual ‘Gloucestershire Young Photographer’ Exhibition

 

  • The Gardens Gallery, Montpellier

13-19 May, 10am-5pm: Cheltenham Camera Club’s ‘A Year And A Day – A Portrait of Cheltenham’ Exhibition

 

Open daily 10am-5pm

Entry Free

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