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Wednesday, February 5, 2014

Contemporary Photography in Scotland (In Dumfries)

Photography has been taking over at Gracefields for the beginning of 2014 until March. Contemporary Photography in Scotland shows works on loan specifically from the National Galleries of Scotland alongside works from the Permanent Art Collection. There are also exhibitions from Dumfries Camera Club, the Jill Todd Photographic Award. More details on the exhibitions here

Mike and Sheila Forbes. Alicia Bruce.

Also, on the 15 February, photographer, lecturer, and Jill Todd Photography Award judge, Robin Gillanders, will give a talk in the gallery space including an exploration of photography as a window on the world and a review of the images in the exhibition from social documentary to landscape £4/£3 (conc) with refreshments included. Places are limited and must be booked in advance by contactingGracefield arts centre on 01387 262084.
Tim and Rhiannon. Colin Tennant

Doonhamer Colin Tennant's work is featured in the 'Contemporary Photography In Scotland' exhibition which has been curated in partnership with Street Level Photoworks in Glasgow. Colin's photograph was purchased for Gracefield's permanent collection in 2008 and was the first ever photograph to be bought for the permanent collection. You can view more of Colin's work online here 

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