The club’s AGM was held on 10 August 2017 and resulted in some changes to the Committee, following the retirement of Gail Teale as President and the decisions of Hilary Troup and Thomas Zink not to seek reelection as Secretary and Treasurer respectively.
The new President is Glen Innes, who joined the club on returning to Wellington in 2016. His previous club involvement has been in the South Island with the Nature Photographic Society and the Fairlie Camera Club.
The Dunedin Photographic Society is delighted to host the 46th Dunedin Festival of Photography
TO BE EXHIBITED AT THE HOPE GALLERY, THE ART STATION, DUNEDIN RAILWAY STATION, OCTOBER 6TH- 11TH 2015
The Dunedin Photographic Society invites you to enter the 46th Dunedin Festival of Photography. The Festival is open to all New Zealand residents and financial members of PSNZ affiliated camera clubs. Print and digital categories
I’m a volunteer with the Wellington branch of the Green Party. We’re running a fundraising event later this month that I think will be really interesting to you and your photography students. It’s an afternoon workshop with Craig Potton on Saturday 23rd May.
He’s in town for a short time only, and has offered to hold an intimate session (only 20 places available) where he will give illustrative talks on the art of photography, how to improve your photography and working with photography’s limitations. Participants are invited to bring their two best works (on a data stick) for critique.
There’s more information here: https://my.greens.org.nz/shop/craig-potton-workshop-wellington
I wonder whether you would be able to send this information out to your contact lists, or put it up on your website or facebook page?