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Snap Shots: Children's Art Week Open Day

Sunday, 11 June 2017 11am - 4pm

Have you ever made a print in the darkroom?
Fancy trying some studio photography?
Want to experiment with Photoshop?

Why not drop into Stills and we’ll introduce you to some creative and fun ways to play with photography. There’s no need to book, just come along on the day and have fun experimenting.

Ages 5 – 15 (under 12's should bring a responsible adult with them)

Free and no booking required. 

 

Children's Art Week

EXHIBITION TALK: Norman McBeath in conversation with Ben Harman

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Tuesday, 30 May 2017 2pm

FREE, no booking necessary

Norman McBeath will talk us through his photographic series Light Box on display as part of the Ambit: Photographies from Scotland exhibition. 

Light in its many aspects - solar, sacred, reflected, man-made - shines through this series of photographs. They are portraits of light, playing off intricacies of light and shadow. The focus is not on identification but on imagination, providing the viewer with a starting point for their own narratives. A creative response to the UNESCO International Year of Light 2015, these photographs were developed as part of a wider collaboration with the poet Robert Crawford. The series seeks to open possibilities, alternative ways of seeing the familiar, through the lens of the camera - the original 'light box'. 

www.normanmcbeath.com

Image: Light Box (2012-2014) Norman McBeath (installation detail). Photograph by Alan Dimmick

Norman McBeath, 'Ambit: Photographies from Scotland'
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