The Public in West Bromwich are inviting photographers from across the region to be part of their forthcoming exhibition, ‘HomeMade’.
Forming part of this summer’s ‘Fun Factory’, a series of exhibitions themed around fun and making, the Black Country venue are calling for budding photographers to send in their images showcasing the fun people have getting creative.
From growing award winning veg in the local allotment, to baking a delicious selection of cup cakes, making a stunning new dress from scratch or spending hours slaving away over a much adored kit car – photos from all walks of life are welcome.
Whether a photo of a friend or relative, a local group, or prized possession, all images inspired a little bit of creativity are wanted.
To submit images simply visit www.thepublic.com/homemade by Monday 15 April 2013. Photographers must seek permission to take and use their subjects photograph. For full terms and conditions visit www.thepublic.com.
Linda Saunders, Managing Director of The Public said,
“HomeMade is a great way of showcasing the fun that can be had making things. Our open exhibitions have always proved incredibly popular amongst our visitors and help celebrate the creative talent that resides in the region.”
A selection of the best images submitted to ‘HomeMade’, will be displayed within the gallery for free from 13 May to 29 September 2013 and also feature on The Public’s online gallery.
For more information about exhibitions at The Public visit www.thepublic.com or call 0121 533 7161.