Photography for Beginners Course now open for enrolment
Course started on the 24th of September
Enrolment for the next Photography for Beginners Course has now started. The course started on the 24th of September (Wed) and will run for ten weeks.
You can print and fill in the application form and bring it with payment to the club on any Tuesday evening before or after our meeting at 20:00 or you can choose to pay via PayPal on the Course page on this website.
Places are likely to fill fast, so book early to avoid disappointment!
Now on in Dublin Camera Club's Eddie Chandler Gallery
Members Panels Exhibition
Five members of the club exhibit five different panels of photographs. It makes for an eccletic yet beautiful exhibition!
Works by Gerry Andrews FIPF ARPS AFIAP, Peter Livingstone, Charlie O'Neill AIPF ARPS, Liam Behan and Alex Forder.
The exhibition opened on Friday 19th of September for Culture Night.
The exhibition also runs every Saturday from 11am to 5pm until 18 October.
Now on in the National Photographhic Archive, Temple Bar
"Shaped by History" by Gerry Andrews FIPF ARPS AFIAP
Shaped by History consists of 95 black and white photographs of Limerick Milk Market taken between 1971 and 1978 by the Limerick award winning social documentary photographer, Gerry Andrews. Limerick Milk Market was founded in 1852, as the west of Ireland was emerging from the famines of the 1840′s. In the 1970′s, Limerick Milk Market was at a crossroads in its long history, as the Shannon/Limerick region began transforming into a national and international model for development. Gerry Andrews photo’s are portrait studies of the community of merchants, traders and characters of Limerick’s historic quarter at this period of transformation. The portraits are stunning, evocative and challenging. A set of prints will be donated to the National Library of Ireland’s photographic collection, home to the worlds largest collection of photographs relating to Ireland.
Shaped by History is presented in collaboration with Limerick City of Culture, the Hunt Museum, Limerick Milk Market and the Department of Arts, Sport and Tourism.