Information on current and forthcoming exhibitions, which may be of interest to our members.
If you know of any exhibitions, please email the Web Administrator.
Whitmore and Jackson
We are pleased to announce that a selection of Barry Camera Club members’ images of Barry and Barry Island are on display at Whitmore and Jackson, Friars Road, Barry, CF62 5TJ. By agreement with the management, our images will be on display and are available for sale from the venue. Displayed images will be refreshed at regular intervals.
Whitmore and Jackson is open daily from 9am to 5pm.
Women In Focus
Part Two: Women in Front of the Lens 1st December 2018 – 9th June 2019
Part One: Women Behind the Lens celebrates the role and contribution of women throughout the history of photography, from the first pioneering women photographers in Wales, Mary Dillwyn and Thereza Mary Dillwyn Llewelyn, to emerging contemporary practitioners including Chloe Dewe Mathews, Bieke Depoorter and Clementine Schneidermann.
Part Two: Women in Front of the Lens explores the representation of women as subjects in photography, from intimate and playful 19th century staged family portraits by John Dillwyn Llewelyn and Robert Thompson Crawshay, to more contemporary depictions that capture the innate beauty of womanhood. Part Two also seeks to examine how photography has been used to mis-represent women through direct or indirect objectification, an issue that has particular currency in today’s climate.
Women in Focus has been programmed to coincide with the centenary of the Representation of the People’s Act 1918, which enabled some women over the age of 30 the right to vote for the first time. This Act marked a key moment in the fight for universal suffrage.
Open Tuesday–Sunday, 10am–5pm. Galleries close at 4:45pm.
Closed 24th–26th December and 1st January. Open most Bank Holiday Mondays.
Wildlife Photographer Of The Year 2018
The acclaimed wildlife photography exhibition from the Natural History Museum is back with 100 stunning images.
From breathtaking animal portraits and dramatic landscapes, to bizarre species and endangered habitats, this exhibition showcases the most arresting and spectacular images of our natural world.
The competition celebrates biodiversity, promotes conservation and champions ethical photography. Whether young, old, professional or amateur, the photographers featured raise awareness of the beauty and fragility of the world around us.
Launching in 1965 and attracting 361 entries, today the competition receives nearly 50,000 entries from 96 countries.
Once again M Shed is proud to premier the 2018 exhibition alongside the Natural History Museum in London.
20th October-24th February 2019.
M Shed opening times:
Closed Mondays except Bank Holiday Mondays and Mondays during Bristol school holidays: 10am-5pm
Last entry is 45 minutes before closing.