We now have 26 club and intermediate members who have registered for the Spring Exhibition so are looking forward to another wonderful 2 days in April of sharing our images with others. There are still a few places if there is anyone else who has yet to register!
A reminder for those participating. Your Personal Statements, hanging plans and PDIs, which can be uploaded In the usual way, need to be submitted by 23rd March.
Also we will need raffle prizes, cakes and help will be needed nearer the time! There will be fliers for spreading the word at Club evenings.
Many, many thanks to everyone who helped in whatever way to make the Annual Exhibition another great success. Whether that help was with stewarding, catering, baking, setting up and taking down, helping with the judging and selection, distributing publicity or submitting your work – your help and involvement is invaluable and greatly appreciated.
Stephen Marsh, a previous Exhibition Secretary, asks to send his congratulations , ‘to all those members involved in the planning of the Exhibition who got the show on the road this year. I know only to well how much work is involved.’
Feedback from our visitors was very positive, with many comments about the quality of the work, and lots of comments about how hard it was to decide on a favourite. It was good to see such a wide distribution of votes for ‘my favourite print’, with every exhibitor gaining some votes. It was a close run thing – watch this space for the results and for the lucky visitor selected from the draw to win the £40 book voucher!
You might like to note that next year the exhibition will be a week earlier (due to a prior booking at the Assembly Room) – the exact dates will be confirmed shortly.
Jan Davis, our outgoing Chair, received Simcox Landscape Trophy and the Read Cup for best Landscape and Portrait in the print section and is seen here with our Patron, the Right Worshipful, The Mayor of Chichester, Cllr Peter Budge who made the presentations at the Preview Evening