Do come and have a look at the exhibition of photographs by Marget Preece and Jan Davis in the foyer of The New Park Cinema until the 28th April.
In August 2018 the Management Committee decided that the Exhibition held in August would be known and marketed as the ‘Summer Exhibition’ and that decision was communicated to members at that time. At a
The deadline date for entries for both prints and PDI’s is 16th May – 6 of each. More detail on the rules for this year (slightly changed from last year) will be published shortly.
The Focus Group will be running an Exhibition at the Assembly Room, North Street, Chichester from Saturday 6th to Saturday 13th April. Focus group members would appreciate some assistance from the ‘heavies’ loading screens etc from Tangmere on Thursday afternoon, 3rd April, at 2.45 to 3.00 and then unloading the following morning at the Assembly Room about 8.45 to 9.00am. The screen legs and bases are
The following prints have been selected for the display at Sage House: Peter Rocchiccioli – The Little Boat and Volcano at Dawn; Lorna Brown – Trees from the Wood; Sarah Nichol – To the Secret Garden, Cromer Pier and The road to Lindisfarne; Mike Hancock – Path to the Door and Jasna Lake; Ronnie Hall – Chichester Harbour at Sunset; Jean Brooks – Deer in Flight; Hilary Featherstone – Goodwood Balloons; Jim Munday – Evening Glow at Fairfield; Jeff Owen – Basin Eye View and Rainbow Umbrellas.
These prints are much appreciated by the residents of Sage House at a very difficult stage in their lives. Many thanks to all the contributors.
YOU ARE INVITED TO ENTER PRINTS FOR THE 108th LONDON SALON OF PHOTOGRAPHY.
Closing date 20th May 2019. I am going to try to arrange delivery of Chichester Camera Club print entries in order to save on postage. Watch this space!
Accepted prints will be exhibited in galleries during the Summer in London, Birmingham, Edinburgh and Ireland.
For full details of On-Line entry, rules and exhibition dates please visit the London Salon website www.londonsalon.org or contact Ann McDonald who will be happy to advise you on suitable images and the online entry system etc. Please bring along any prospective entries to the PAGB Group on 1st April
This is a very prestigious salon which was set up in 1910 with the aim being “to exhibit only that class of photographic work in which there is distinct evidence of artistic feeling and execution”. Members of Chichester Camera Club have been entering this salon for many years, with considerable success. The image featured above ‘1920s Flapper‘ © Glyn Edmunds won a rare London Salon Medal in last year’s exhibition.
Entry System Now Open
Thank you all for sending your hanging plans to Kim. It looks as if the Exhibition will be one of the best ever!
It’s just 1 week to go now with several things to be done, so here is a reminder.
- An exhibition dinner will be held at the Walnut Tree, Vinnetrow Road, Chichester, PO20 1QB on the Saturday evening at 6.45 for 7 p.m.and is open to everyone, not only exhibitors. The Walnut Tree have changed their menus for parties. I have written a separate post for this.
- John Howes will be looking after the set up on Saturday and will need some strong arms to assist him – volunteers to John please!
- Carmel Lynch will be masterminding the refreshments (tea, coffee and cakes) and will be delighted to have homemade cakes (or a donation)
- There will be space for any cards you might like to put up for sale, with a 10% commission to the Club on any sales made.
- I will be asking people on the day to help with front of house and card sales.
Saturday – 7.30am John Howes needs team to collect posts and stands from Ann
8.00am Set up stands in Hall
8.30 – 9.30 Exhibitors mount their images
10.00am Exhibition opens
4.30pm Raffle Draw
5.00pm Exhibition closes
7 for 7.30 p.m. Supper at the Walnut Tree
Sunday – 10am Exhibition opens
3.30pm Raffle Draw
4.00pm Exhibition closes
Exhibitors clear up! John will return posts and stands to Ann with help
The Club will provide the Velcro fixings to attach your images to the boards.
The information as to which board has been allocated to you will be on the board by the door to the Small Hall.
For newcomers I’m sure there will be plenty of members around to help you mounting your images if needed. Just ask!
I am delighted to announce that Jim Munday’s image Port in a Storm (above) has been chosen by the Photographic Alliance of Great Britain (PAGB) to represent England/Northern Ireland in the FIAP Colour Print Biennial 2019.
It is a great honour for the club that the work of one of our members has been chosen to represent the country in this very prestigious Biennial competition. Congratulations Jim!
This year several members of the PAGB Group entered the Southampton International Exhibition of Photography, with considerable success. The image featured above is The Scoundrel & The Scholar © John Howes which won a PSA Silver Medal.
Between them, 7 members of the group won 8 awards and had 38 images accepted in this exhibition. Congratulations to all for an excellent result.
Featured below are some more of the successful images.
Spring Exhibition March 30th and 31st 2019
It’s just 2 weeks now until the Spring Exhibition with several things to be done, so here are a few reminders! .
If not already done please send your hanging plan and personal statement to Kim at firstname.lastname@example.org
PDIs should be with uploaded on the club website as usual by Thursday 21st
An exhibition dinner will be held at the Walnut Tree, Vinnetrow Road, Chichester, PO20 1QB on the Saturday evening at 6.45 for 7 p.m.and is open to everyone, not only exhibitors. Please look at the menus on the Walnut Tree website http://www.walnuttreepub.co.uk/ and send your order to Carmel by Tuesday 26th March at email@example.com. You will be able to pay individually on the night .
John Howes will be looking after the set up on Saturday and will need some strong arms to assist him – volunteers to John please!
Carmel Lynch will be masterminding the refreshments (tea, coffee and cakes) and will be delighted to have homemade cakes (or a donation)and volunteers to help.
There will be space for any cards you might like to put up for sale, with a 10% commission to the Club on any sales made.
We will want help in various ways over the weekend.