A Photographic Exhibition featuring recent work by members of Nantwich Camera Club has opened at Nantwich Museum to run until Saturday 17 July 2021, subject to Covid-19 restrictions. Because of the pandemic, initially the Museum will only be open to the public Thursday-Saturday, and as numbers are restricted visitors are requested to telephone in advance to book their visit.
The regular exhibition, which is always well received attracting visitors from throughout the region, includes stunning print and projected images of a wide range of truly inspiring subjects. Many of the prints will be available for sale.
The Camera Club was formed in 1981 to promote the hobby of photography and provide an opportunity for members to develop their skills in a social environment. It is affiliated to The Lancashire and Cheshire Photographic Union and The Photographic Alliance of Great Britain and its work regularly features in area and national competitions. A wide range of club activities includes lectures, demonstrations, practical events and competitions.
The first club exhibition was held at Nantwich Library in 1983 and the first exhibition at the Museum in 2002, celebrating the club’s 21st Anniversary.
Entry to the museum and exhibition is free. A selection of some of the club’s work can be found in an online exhibition at the Museum’s website at http://nantwichmuseum.org.uk/nantwich-camera-club-2021-exhibition.
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