Benefiting Art in Healthcarehttps://www.artinhealthcare.org.uk/ Opening daySaturday 11th May 2019 5:30pm-8:30pm at Out of the Blue Drill Hall. The show runs from May 11th to May 13th, 2019 and thereafter sales will continue online
SUBMISSION DEADLINES: Monday 29th April 2019 – to be included in the exhibition. 12th April to be included in the TAE19 Catalogue.
Events gone by in past years herald those forthcoming in the new. Edinburgh LoFi’s new members exhibition – Almanac – uses traditional, alternative and lomographic photographic processes to record the weather, tides, star paths, seasonal events of the past calendar and personal journeys.
2nd March (Saturday) to 29th March (Friday) 2019
Art and Design Department, Central Library, George IV Bridge, Edinburgh
World Press PhotoWe will be meeting in the exhibition to have a look round at 11am on Tuesday 14th August. The exhibition is free but please remember that you have to pass through the Parliaments security (no scissors!) to get in.
We will discuss the exhibition over a coffee afterwards. Everyone welcome.
(Remember due to the festival there will be no regular monthly meeting at Spoon this month.)
This summers Edinburgh LoFi exhibition takes a plastic lens and colour film as it’s starting point. 10 members have returned to the techniques and technology which inspired the groups inception. Making the most of basic photographic equipment – a lightproof box and some colour sensitive film – the members have applied imagination and experience to produce a range of exciting new works which push the medium, molding and modelling light.
The exhibition is available to view at the Art & Design Library from Monday the 4th, with the opening night on Tuesday the 5th from 6pm. All welcome.
The results of those from the group who have submitted to pinholeday.org can be found in the Edinburgh LoFi Gallery
Work must be submitted to them by 31st May to be included in the 2016 on-line exhibition. (Select Edinburgh LoFi in the gallery group option.)
Email images in for our website at any time, we all want to see the cameras made and how the images made turned out. DIY instructions, tips and tricks welcome.