This week Cherie McNair CEO of the Australian Centre for Photography met The Camera Club president Kevin Birch at Gallery1885. Kevin was able to offer a tour of dark rooms, studio and exhibition space. The visit included viewing the current exhibition, the excellent “No Matter of Indifference” by Peter Moseley and viewing a selection of the club’s print archive. More information about the Australian Centre for Photography is HERE If you would like to find out more about the exceptional facilities of The Camera Club click The Camera Club.
London College of Fashion MA Graduate Show 2017
The show styled by Anders Sølvsten Thomsen working closely with the students to shape their collections took place at Dutch Hall, City of London. Makeup was provided by Claire Mulleady and the M∙A∙C PRO team and hair by Louis Ghewy from Management + Artists with the Kevin Murphys session styling team and using Dyson Supersonic™ Dryers. Liza Smith provided nails using CND and production was by creative agency Bacchus who also specialise in fashion and luxury events production. LCF continued to champion live music at their MA shows using Brighton-based pop musician and visual artist Bunty, part of the Beatabet collective.
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Melissa is a freelance Model based in South-West London. Open to working with Artists and Photographers who are passionate about art and have a great vision. The February shoot was success due to her professionalism and communication. She was fun to work with.
On Thursday the 1 December Mencap hosted the Carols by Candlelight concert at The Priory Church of St. Bartholomew the Great, Smithfield supported by CSC and fixnetix. The English Baroque Choir performance matched the beautiful visual and acoustic surroundings. Donations to Mencap may be made HERE.
Accelerate into University is an education and mentoring programme run by Open City in partnership with UCL’s Bartlett School of Architecture, and supported by The Drapers’ Company
Accelerate is aimed at increasing diversity within the architecture profession. More information can be found HERE.
The skills development workshop at the Barbican required the 32 students to sketch and photograph corners before returning to The Bartlett to create quick paper models of their earlier sketches, with undergraduate students
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