Thames Valley Monthly Newsletter

Thames Valley Region launches a monthly News Sheet TV Times. It will update members on events that the Region is hosting now and in the future, other potentially photographic events in the Region, and items that are being discussed by the Committee.
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CREDIT: Gareth Hughes
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T(hames) V(alley) Times vol 1

This is the first of what we plan to be (at least initially) a monthly News Sheet. It will update you on events that the Region is hosting now and in the future, other potentially photographic events in the Region, and items that are being discussed by the Committee.

At the first meeting of the new Committee we welcomed our new members Paul and Angela Morgan and Dinah Haynes. This was followed by a discussion of events that are planned for 2022. We are aware that most of you will already belong to a Camera Club, we are not a Camera Club – our objective, as well as responding to any ideas you may have, is :-

  • To promote the RPS in the Region – notably by increasing awareness in Clubs and Universities and the general photographic community in the Thames Valley

  • To create photo opportunities (see below)

  • To organise advisory days

Click on the link for the full Newsletter

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CREDIT: Sian Bonnell HonFRPS
Stories of extraordinary determination and hope
From the RPS Journal

Behind our new exhibition at RPS Gallery are stories of extraordinary determination and hope. The RPS Journal team goes behind the photographs in the exhibition to explore and celebrate these stories.

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CREDIT: Cody Cobb USA
IPE 162 at the Museum of Gloucester
Opens today: on view 27 Jan - 5 June 2022

Opening today and on view until 5 June 2022, the 162nd edition of the RPS International Photography Exhibition is being hosted by the Museum of Gloucester. Learn more and book tickets.