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Charlie Waite visiting Bosham Gallery

I received this press release from the Bosham Gallery which may be of interest to members:

Artist In Residence | Charlie Waite
Saturday 13th May | 1-5pm
Are you interested in acquiring one of Charlie Waite’s photographs? Already a collector?
You are warmly invited to the gallery on Saturday 13th May when Charlie will be visiting his exhibition and discussing his new work. We look forward to welcoming you.

 

 

Focus Group Exhibition 2017 from 1st to 8th April

 

The Focus Group will be holding their Annual Exhibition at the Assembly Room, Chichester from 1st to 8th April 2017 (exc. Sunday) 9.00am to 4.30pm. All members of the Club are very welcome to visit this exceptional free exhibition which reflects our widely varied photographic interests. Those who have not seen this exhibition before will find it inspirational and may be encouraged to find new approaches to their own photography. There will also be some projected images and refreshments will be available.

Please take a moment to visit our website at:

http://www.focusgroupphotography.com

 

Iain McGowan FRPS, Janey Devine FRPS, Pete Bamforth ARPS, Bill McKnight ARPS, Nigel Chapman and John Bradshaw FRPS.

Interested in Documentary or Street photography? Member of the RPS?

The RPS Documentary Group South East is holding their first meeting at Tangmere small hall on Sunday 26th Feb at 10 am – 1pm.
There will be a discussion on what Documentary Photography actually IS, plus a chance to show your work – images or PDI.
The Organiser would appreciate some help in setting up the room at 9.30 for anyone who is coming from Chichester CC.

Christmas Greetings and a little Christmas

Each year we all spend a lot of money on Christmas cards.  In a club like ours we send cards to all our friends and then expect to receive a card in return. 

Stop and think – is that really necessary, would it not be so much better to have just one big card for everybody and use the money we all save to support a small local charity?  

For the last few years we have supported the Snowdrop Trust, a small Sussex charity that “supports nursing care at home for local children with life-threatening or terminal illness and support for their family”.  Snowdrop receives no government funding and relies solely on the generosity of the local community. 

For the next few meetings before our Christmas break I will bring the usual large Christmas card for you to sign and a box for your donations.  As our past chairman Jan Davis used to say:  use the loose change for your tea or coffee and put the notes into the box.  

Last year we raised over £200 – can we beat that this year?  If every member in the club gave only £2 each (or more realistically every other member in the club gave £3 or £4) we could reach that target.  Shall we try?  

In advance, a big thank-you from the Snowdrop Trust. 

Margret Preece 

If you want to learn more about the Snowdrop Trust, their web address is www.thesussexsnowdroptrust.com