During the whole of August, those visiting Bromsgrove Library will be treated to an exhibition of stunning images produce by members of the Bromsgrove Photographic Society. The display will showcase the diversity and quality of both new and established members’ images as well as giving a flavour of differing styles and subjects that capture their interest.
Bromsgrove Photographic Society is a friendly club that has an active, growing membership. This year’s summer programme has proved popular giving members the opportunity of improving their skills in a variety of settings including Hanbury Woods, Harvington Hall, Avoncroft Museum and Lower Smite Farm. The theme for this year’s annual barbeque was country and western with many members entering into the spirit of the night. The summer programme also included a thoroughly enjoyable day trip to Liverpool’s Albert Docks. With a wide-ranging programme of events on offer, there is something for everyone to enjoy.
Bromsgrove Photographic Society will be holding an open evening on Tuesday, 30th August from 8:00pm – 10:00pm at Avoncroft Art Centre, Stoke Prior, for prospective new members to go along and chat to existing members to see what the Society has to offer.
The meetings are variable during the summer, then from September, at 8:00pm on a Tuesday night at Avoncroft Art Centre, Stoke Prior. Access is off the Redditch Road by the pedestrian lights.
For more information, please visit the website www.bromsgroveps.co.uk to check the location or find them on facebook: bromsgrove photographic society.