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The St Andrews Photography Festival

Stirling District Tourism Happening 1st Sep 2017 until 30th Sep 2017 in St. Andrews

About The St Andrews Photography Festival

Celebrating 176 years of Scottish Photography, in the Home of Scottish Photography... It has been over 175 years since the discovery that changed how we view and document the world around us. William Henry Fox Talbot's infamous photographic process patent did not apply to Scotland, and so experiment abounded in this north-east corner of Fife. St Andrews luminaries, Dr John Adamson, Hugh Lyon Playfair, Alexander Govan, Admiral William Maitland Dougall, Lord Kinnaird, Thomas Rodger, Robert Adamson, David Octavius Hill, and Sir David Brewster were some of the first amateur and professional Scottish photographers. Scotland has produced a lineage of exceptional photographers whose impact transcends national borders. The St Andrews Photography Festival aims to celebrate this long line of Scottish photographers, historic and contemporary and to recognise St Andrews as the home of Scottish Photography. In 2017, approximately 15 non-traditional venues across town will have their wall space taken over for this 4-week festival. Additionally, we will be hosting events, talks, historical process demonstrations, workshops as well as an amateur photography competition and a Gin Fayre meets Exhibition launch event. The event has been developed by BID St Andrews in collaboration with the University of St Andrews Library, Special Collections Division without whom the Festival would not be possible. Category: Classes / Courses | Creative & Performing Arts | Film, Photography & Media. Sub-Categories: Festivals, Classes / Courses | Professional Training | Classes, Courses & Workshops. Artists / Speakers: Colin Prior, Anne M. Lyden, Brian Johnstone, Kit Martin, Richard Cynan Jones, Rob Douglas.

Essential information

Category:
Educational / Classes
Price:
Free
Date:
1st Sep 2017 until 30th Sep 2017
Time:
9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Event contact information

Contact
David Russell

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