BeauTayful - A Photography Exhibition by Red Sky Photo Club
The River Tay is the longest river in Scotland. It starts in Perthshire flowing from Loch Tay. Its source however is further West in a lochan, Allt Coire Laoigh, which lies in the lee of Ben Lui, some 117 miles from the river estuary. These photographs have been taken to show some of the interactions the people of Dundee have with the River Tay in their everyday lives.
The exhibition is open during office hours, Monday to Friday. The building is open to the general public, all welcome.
Red Sky Photo Club are a group of local photographers who work together on local projects and exhibitions to show the city as it really is. They produced the 2017 Dundee Photographic Survey for Dundee Leisure and Culture, the exhibition of almost 200 photographs is currently touring city libraries. The online gallery holds more than 6,000 images taken across the city depicting the locations, people and industry that make up the city of Dundee. They have shown 2 public street exhibitions: Faces, Places and Spaces in Shore Terrace and Love is a Dart in the underpass near the Wellgate Centre. The group has around 20 members.
Information published by Leisure and Culture Dundee.
Promoted By: Red Sky Photo Club
Wednesday 21st August 2019 9:00am
Thursday 22nd August 2019 9:00am
Friday 23rd August 2019 9:00am
Monday 26th August 2019 9:00am
Tuesday 27th August 2019 9:00am
Wednesday 28th August 2019 9:00am
Thursday 29th August 2019 9:00am
Friday 30th August 2019 9:00am
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