Lancaster Photographic Society Exhibition 2011

Opening Night

Wednesday 20th April – 7:30pm

Nowadays almost everyone has a camera, even if it is just in a mobile phone. But not everyone is aware that Lancaster has its own local Photographic Society, with a history reaching back to its formation in 1889. In those early years its members included H.L. Storey. More recently, the Society met for a number of years in the Storey Institute (now renamed The Storey CIC).

Today the Lancaster Photographic Society is a small but growing group of amateur photographers who share their enthusiasm for the subject in weekly meetings comprising how-to-do-it talks, practical demonstrations and competitions. This end-of-season exhibition comprises more than 60 high quality colour and monochrome images, including landscapes, floral subjects, close-up work, portraits, architecture and natural history shots.

Society members are of all ages, backgrounds and abilities, and new members are always welcome. This showcase of the Society’s work gives a chance to anyone interested in photography to see what can be achieved with a camera, and to find out more about our activities.

Set within The Storey’s NICE Cafe Bar (http://bit.ly/fOj2w3), why not pop in for a coffee and take a look at this extraordinary exhibition!

FREE ENTRY

If you can’t make it to the opening night the exhibition itself runs until the 12th of May so feel free to pop along anytime.