The first St Andrews Photography Festival, which has just completed its six-week run, has drawn widespread support while celebrating the role and legacy of the photographic pioneers linked to the town.
The Environmental Photographer of the Year 2016 was awarded to Sara Lindström for her imposing photograph ‘Wildfire’.
The first annual St Andrews Photography Festival, which is set to celebrate the role and legacy of the town’s pioneers of photography from August 1, has revealed details of its headlining exhibitions and events.
While St Andrews is world-renowned as the home of golf, few know the role the town has played nationally and internationally in the introduction of photography.
Ambitious early-career photographers are being encouraged to snap up places on Falmouth University’s new online-led MA Photography which is purposely designed to help professionals realise the full commercial potential of their creative ideas. The flexible and part-time course is aimed at photographers in-work and delivered online but with opportunities to attend bi-annual residential workshops around the world linked to major photography events.
The popular International Garden Photographer of the Year exhibition, now in its ninth year, will be at Exeter’s Royal Albert Memorial Museum (RAMM) from 23 April 2016.
Calling for entries from environmentally conscious photographers and filmmakers of all ages, nationalities and abilities. This competition offers photographers the chance to promote an understanding of global environmental and social issues.