Friday, 24 October 2014

Mayor of Solihull opens Photography Exhibition

From Left: Gordon O'Connor (Vice President), Rhys Jones (President),
The Mayor of Solihull, Bob Bracher (Exhibition Organiser).

The Mayor of Solihull, Councillor Mrs Kate Wild opened Solihull Photographic Society’s 4th Annual Members Exhibition on 21 October.

The Exhibition, held in the gallery above Solihull Central Library, will be open to members of the public for two weeks and is free to attend.

Solihull Photographic Society is a local group with around 70 members and at least one photo submitted by each member of the Society will be on display in the exhibition.
The Mayor said: “This is a great showcase of work carried out by residents of Solihull. It is important that events like these are supported so people can continue to enjoy the arts in the borough.”

The Photographic Society meet once a week, on a Tuesday, at the Women’s Institute on the Warwick Road and always welcome new members irrespective of their level of expertise. The Society provides help to those who wish to improve their photographic skills as well as hosting talks from well-known photographers on a regular basis. A series of photography competitions are also run throughout the year with entrants from members and external applicants welcomed.

For more information visit or call current president Rhys Jones on 07787 227 390. 

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