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CREDIT: Caroline Fraser

Events for WIP Members

Women in Photography Events

If you're not already a WIP member, consider joining to take advantage of reduced ticket prices and exclusive member-led events that are free to take part in.

Join Women in Photography (£10 pa)

 

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Bristol City Docks, through the Lens of a Camera with Joan Waller

Online - Mar 02 2024 10:00 - 16:00

 

Join the RPS Women in Photography group, led by Joan from RPS Western Region Volunteer, on this immersive exploration of Bristol City Docks.

 

This event is for WIP group and Western region members only, please email us to find out more and to book your place.

Contact: wipchair@rps.org
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CREDIT: Gabrielle Motola

Mindful Photo Walk in London with Gabrielle Motola.

In Person - 3 Mar 2024 11:00 - 17:00

RPS Women in Photography members are invited to join us for an immersive Mindful Photo Walk Meetup, where photography meets mindful exploration.  Led by RPS Women in Photography member Gabrielle Motola. We'll gather at the National Portrait Gallery Cafe (Larry's Bar, in the basement) for a delightful coffee, brunch, or snacks to fuel our creativity. With a variety of budget-friendly options, there's something for everyone.

This event is for members only, please email wipchair@rps.org to book your place.

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CREDIT: Frankie Mccallister

Dividing Lines A Photographic Essay by Photographer Frankie MacAllister

Online - Mar 12 2024 18:30 - 20:00 

Dividing Lines Photography Project is a photographic essay responding to the event of Brexit and its effect on Ireland. Centred around the county of Donegal in the far north of the country and using the landscape as a metaphor, the project is her personal reaction to the situation and about the spirit of the place and its landscape. 

Frankie McCallister, will be talking about the project itself and about her experience making the book, how that became a project in itself with a steep learning curve involved in self-publishing.

This event is open to everyone.

Book here
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CREDIT: Jennifer Warr ARPS

Brownsea Island, Nature Photography with Jennifer Warr ARPS

In Person - 17 Mar 2024 10:20 - 17:00

RPS Women in Photography members are invited to join Bird and Nature photographer, Jennifer Warr ARPS on a Member-Led photography day on Brownsea Island in Dorset.

Brownsea Island is situated in Poole Harbour, Dorset. While it is only a short ferry ride from Poole Quay. Due to its isolation, the population of red squirrels has thrived and they can usually be seen at close quarters as they bounce around the woodlands hiding nuts. Brownsea has a lagoon which has many migratory and resident birds. We'll spend time with the squirrels and in the bird hides as well as exploring the island's paths and lookouts.

This event is for members only, please email us to find out more and to book your place.

Contact us: wipchair@rps.org
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Dalby Forest with a walk to The Bridestones with Rachel Rimell.

In Person - 9 May 2024 10:00 - 14:30

RPS Women In Photography members are invited to join a photo walk at Dalby Forest in North Yorkshire, led by RPS Women in Photography member Rachel Rimell.

This is an Introduction to Dalby Forest with a walk to The Bridestones. The event is suitable for photographers of all levels. Note the route is moderately strenuous in parts, and the first section is unfortunately not suitable for people with access needs. However, the route around Staindale Lake is accessible, so anyone with access needs who would like to join us can join for the second section.

This event is for members only, please email to find out more and to book your place.

Contract us: wipchair@rps.org
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CREDIT: Linda Bembridge

Abstract with a bit of landscape by Linda Bembridge

Online - 13 May 2024 18:30 - 20:00

This presentation charts Linda's photographic journey through time. The content focuses on the different styles of her photography, why each is important and part of the ‘journey’. Starting with her early Landscape work which became increasingly simplified and abstracted, she then moved fully into the world of abstraction. Acknowledging that some of her early experiments weren’t overly successful, she looks at how she used these as learning opportunities to produce work of which she is now incredibly proud of. Each time she presents this lecture she updates it with new work so that it’s never exactly the same.

 

This event is open to everyone.

Book here
Would You Like To Meet Up With Other Women In Photography Members

Member-Led Events

Connect with fellow WIP Photographers at member-led events.

 

Would you like to lead a photography day with like-minded Women in Photography group members? Whether this is a mindful photo walk in the city, a trip to a beautiful local spot to photograph the landscape, the trees, the bees close up on flowers, or a visit to a photography exhibition, the possibilities are endless.

We would love to hear from you, discuss your ideas, and organise it. Contact us for a chat to see how we can organise the event!

 

Contact us: wipchair@rps.org