Wednesday, 25th May 2011
Garter Lane is pleased to present 36 Frames, a photography exhibition consisting of work produced by The Photonerds Camera Club.
Photonerds Camera Club was formed in Waterford in July of 2010 in response to growing demand for an alternative camera club. The club have weekly meetings and work on projects set by club founder Katie Kavanagh with the aim of producing innovative photography in a supportive environment. The club often have professional photographers offer their guidance to members through a series of workshops. It is through the support and encouragement of the club setting that member's photography skills develop and flourish.
For this 36 Frames photographic exhibition each club member was given the same list of topics and was asked to interpret this list through the art of photography. The exhibition will open to the public at Garter Lane Theatre Gallery, 22A O'Connell Street,Waterford on the 17th of May and will be officially launched on Saturday 21st of May at 4.30pm by Cllr. Mary Roche, Mayor of Waterford City. The exhibition will run until the 24th of June. The gallery opening hours are Tuesday to Friday 11.00am to 5.30 am and Saturdays from 11.00am to 3.00pm. Admission is free.
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