Apr 14

Schoeni Art Gallery, Hong Kong Artists Part 1, Cheung Wai Man Eunice

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Mar 14

Winning wildlife snaps go on show

An exhibit demonstrating the winners of previous year’s British Wildlife Photography Awards at Stockwood Discovery Centre, on 18th January in Luton. The magnificent exhibit of hundred photographic snaps of wildlife, including commended and winning snaps would be on display till March.

British Wildlife Photography Awards were made to celebrate both pro and amateur photographers’ talent, while highlighting the wealth of British natural history simultaneously. It has 12 separate categories. There is a very special category for Wildlife in HD Video.

With 12 separate classes including a very special category for Wildlife in HD Video, the awards beautifully reveal the grandness of the wildlife of the country. Also, there are 2 junior categories to urge young people to get in touch with nature with photography.

Well known television presenter and naturalist Chris Packham stated that these stunning pictures by so many talented photographers show the beauty, diversity and breadth the precious wildlife of the country as well as and the requirement to protect their habitats. British Wildlife Photography Awards are without any doubt one of the most significant photography awards in United Kingdom.

He added that anything here which raises the public’s awareness of the importance to protect and conserve Brit wildlife is quite close to his heart and these awards afford a spectacular insight in the habitat and behavior of the Brit wildlife.

The winning photographer would get #5000. Category winners would get a Canon PIXMA PRO 10 Printer and Canon PowerShot S110 Camera.

Mar 14

Be. Welcome Case Study: Auckland Art Gallery

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Feb 14

Manchester Art Gallery

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Jan 14

My Own Personal Art Gallery: Primary Colors!!!

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Jan 14

Park District announces nature photography exhibit

Park District is bringing in new programs for the following year. At the beginning of this month, the district announced their schedule of events for the 1st quarter of 2014. In the list of almost ninety events, there are 7 seven new programs. They added a showcase on live animals with paws, claws and tails, a presentation on black holes and a nature photography exhibit.

Two of the events are totally dedicated to 2 endangered species in Ohio  the snowshoe hare and the black bear. Black Bears Returning Home program is scheduled for 12th January, 3:30 pm, at West Woods Nature Center in Russell Township. People have reported the endangered bear sighting in the past few years, that includes one signting at the Orchard Hills Park in June, stated Sandy Ward, a spokesperson for Geauga Parks District. Continue reading →

Dec 13

Payday 2 Gameplay Preview – Art Gallery Heist

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Nov 13

Art Gallery of Alberta: Architect Randall Stout Talks About the Inspiration Behind the Building

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Oct 13

Opportunity for keen photographers

Huge news for keen photographers – The Evesham Observer has collaborated with the Specsavers Evesham to start the spec-tacular photography contest – Life Thru a Lens to search the region’s top amateur nature snapper.

The collaboration of the Observer and Specsavers Evesham are challenging amateur photographers of the region to click the stunning nature Evesham as well as its fencing region has to offer. Therefore, whether it is a shot of the splendid Vale country side, or a picture of the wildlife relishing River Avon, or even an iconic picture which depicts the stunning local scenery, your opinion matters.

The contest is open to amateur snappers, made up of 2 age categories – one is under sixteen’s and another one is sixteen and over. There are several prizes up for grabs, and the winning entry from the under sixteen’s class getting a Pentax Optio WG-2 digi – cam worth £ 250.

In the meantime, the sixteen and over category winner will get half a day’s learning tutorial from well known nature photographer Lee Webb.

CT Wong stated that it was such a brilliant scope to showcase the magnificent green space as well and local wildlife in and around the Vale of Evesham. He added that as one can imagine, they are really looking ahead to seeing what the local talent has to offer.

The Observer will showcase some of the top snaps in the newspaper before a shortlist will be picked out by Rob George (Observer editor), Specsavers Evesham’s CT Wong and nature photographer Lee Webb.