Category Archives: photography

New annual St Andrews Photography Festival to celebrate old and new

Woman in window, Harris, 1937. By Robert Moyes Adam. Courtesy of the University of St Andrews Library: RMA-H-5591.X.
Woman in window, Harris, 1937. By Robert Moyes Adam. Courtesy of the University of St Andrews Library: RMA-H-5591.X.

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.

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New online-led MA Photography launched by Falmouth University to help photographers sharpen their career focus

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.

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International Garden Photographer of the Year exhibition at the National Trust garden at Overbeck’s

New for 2016, the National Trust garden at Overbeck’s will be hosting a display of the judges’ favourite entries to the International Garden Photographer of the Year since its inception in 2007.

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NHM Otherworlds – Voyage our Solar System in a new photography exhibition at the Natural History Museum

Embark on a stunning journey through space with Otherworlds: Visions of our Solar System, a new photographic exhibition at the Natural History Museum, running from 22 January until 15 May 2016.

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