Monday 24th March 2014
Brighton Dome is pleased to present an exhibition of photographs by members of The Brighton and Hove Camera Club based on the idea of Remembrance.
We all remember and we all love remembering. The school trip, holidays with Gran, seeing the best band in the universe. In the year when remembrance has a special significance across the world, the photographers of Brighton and Hove Camera Club bring you a thought provoking exhibition of images exploring the personal and universal experience of remembering.
The exhibition runs from March 24th until April 3, 2014 in the Founders Room.
Entry is free.
We have arranged a PRIVATE VIEW this coming SATURDAY 29 MARCH from 2pm until 4pm in the Founders Room at The Dome to which you’re all invited and we look forward to seeing you there.
Wednesday 5th March 2014
Well done and a great success for our club in the monochrome league of the SPA exhibition.
Jo Teasdale won a trophy,
John Francis has a judges medal,
Ray Gray and Dave Gerrard both got a commendation.
Congratulations to all and for Jo and John enjoy your SPA dinner !
The SPA Biennial Exhibition will be held at Guildford House Gallery from 2nd to 26th April 2014 10am to 4:45pm – Admission Free. Full details here
Thursday 13th February 2014
On the 25th February we will be having a “Bill Wisden” evening.
Bill will be showing his photographs and articulating his views on photography.
He has been awarded an Honourary FRPS and more recently an MBE, is an elected Fellow of the London Salon, has forty years involvement with the RPS but of course most notably he is the BHCC’s longest serving member (1954).
Make sure you create time for this, it will be great evening so get there early to bag a seat as it will be very popular.
Wednesday 12th February 2014
The club is coordinating a trip to this prestigious exhibition on 20th March for the 12.30 slot.
This should be a great day out and is an exhibition not to be missed.
Book your ticket and join in book your tickets at http://www.npg.org.uk/
Wednesday 5th February 2014
Leo Jago writes:-
The BHCC Summer Programme is put together from your suggestions. Where would you like to go and photograph? Do you know of any exhibitions we could go and see? Is there an activity you would organise for a group of members?
So now is the time to let me have your suggestions for 2014 Summer Programme events.
You can use the form below to send me any ideas you have.
or you can simply email me on firstname.lastname@example.org
Saturday 18th January 2014
Our Jo Teasdale, Petra Bultler and Richard Burniston have all been successful were recommended for their Licentiateship by the Royal Photographic Society at bath. Congratulations to them and thanks to Bill, Trevor, Steve,and Bob for their help tuition and support and also to Jean and Audrey.
See the happy trio below!
Wednesday 18th December 2013
If you would like a closer look at the images in last night’s printimage competition, click here.
You can find all the competitions linked on this page.
Monday 28th October 2013
Regrettably Maja Daniels has had to cancel her presentation to us on December 3rd. Hopefully we will be able to book her for next year’s season.
Our Programme Secretary has been able to arrange for Stewart Weir to replace her that night.
“Born in Brighton, England, Stewart Weir has been a freelance photographer since 1993. Internationally published and exhibited photographer whose work has appeared in National Geographic Traveller Magazine, Esquire, GQ, Vogue, Stern, and Paris Match etc. plus been published in over 40 books. Long term photo stories include English football culture (1994 to 2002) with a best selling book published in 1997 and the Brighton Beach Lovers series (1987 to 2008).
A photographer with a style reminiscent of the 50′s and 60′s documentary whose work is eclectic in its subjects and approach to telling a story whether as a series of images or just one. It is the human condition and the environments that we call home that draws his attention.”
23fotos.com for details.
Wednesday 9th October 2013
If you would like a closer look at the images in last night’s projected image competition, click here.
Thursday 3rd October 2013