Local photographers will showcase thier artistic flare in an exhibition at the Deniliquin Peppin Heritage Centre in March.CASS SAVELLIS February 21, 2013 4:45am
The Edward River Art Society photography group will hold an exhibition titled ‘In Focus’ throughout March at the Peppin Heritage Centre.
An opening night for In Focus will be held March 7 from 6pm to 7.30pm, with TAFE teacher Richard Sievers officially introducing the exhibition.
Mr Sievers led ERAS photography members through a digital camera course. The members then decided to form an ongoing photography group.
In Focus will feature work from 23 local photographers, with around 50 to 60 photographs expected to be on display.
‘‘There is no theme as such, so the photographs will explore a wide range of subjects,’’ photography member Sue Miles said.
‘‘The works are available for purchase and will be on display for three weeks.
Local photographers will also display a range of older cameras and photographic equipment.
The group has been up and running for around 18 months and meets on the first Thursday of each month at Intereach Neighbourhood Centre.
‘‘This is the first exhibition for the photography group, but we hope to make it an annual event,’’ Mrs Miles said.
For more details about the exhibition or the ERAS photography group, contact the Peppin Heritage Centre in George St on 5898 3120.
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