Photography Nicholas J R White has been documenting the formation of a new European Wilderness Reserve in the Carpathian Mountains. He’s giving a free talk at Plymouth College of Art
An exhibition showcasing local people, groups and societies from the archives of Kingsbridge Cookworthy Museum is at the Harbour House gallery
If you’re handy with the holiday snaps, take a gander at this travel photography competition with a great trip of a prize
Matthew Joseph ‘has a passion for people and the journeys that they take, including all of the stories they carry with them’, he’s put that together in The Uber Impact collection, which looks at those facing up to how Uber has changed the world
Photographer James Casebere’s ‘Emotional Architecture’ at Galerie Templon, Brussels is inspired by Mexican architect Luis Barragán and explores the notion of architectural spaces and the houses as metaphors of our society
British-Asian photographer Suki Dhanda, who studied at Plymouth College of Art, is back in the city at The Gallery with a solo exhibition about Brexit and diversity, focusing on families by the seaside who might not feel so welcome in the UK since the vote to leave the EU
Food poverty will be highlighted in a new exhibition organised by the University of Exeter’s Penryn Campus Social Innovation Group. Featuring the work of photojournalist Paddy Dowling at The Poly in Falmouth, the show will raise awareness and create debate about food poverty
Award-winning documentary photographer Paul Glendell, presents images of the UK’s oldest surviving oak bark tannery, found in Devon. Bakers of Colyton have been traditionally processing top quality leather for centuries to supply distinguished shoemakers and top stables. This exhibition captures a nearly forgotten rural way of life, revealing the time and care taken in this ancient tanning process, as well as showing beautifully-made items crafted from oak tanned leather.
Talented young photographers from Devon & Wiltshire awarded for their wildlife pictures in the prestigious annual RSPCA Young Photographer Awards
Talented young photographers under the age of 25 from Devon, Cornwall and Somerset are being encouraged to contribute their best wildlife photos to Young Wildlife Photographers UK set up by an Exeter University student
The photography of Roger Mayne is on display in the exhibition Beyond The Lens at THG (Thelma Hulbert Gallery) in Devon
Banish out-dated ideas of engineering and show off your photography skills with the Institution of Engineering and Technology International Engineering Photography Competition
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 winner has been announced and will be at Royal Geographical Society followed by a tour to Grizedale Forest
The St Andrews photographic exhibition will take place throughout the town with a host of venues and events