Wallasey Amateur Photographic Society

About This Project

One of Wirral’s oldest camera clubs brings an exhibition of members’ 2019 works to the Williamson.

Wallasey Photographic Society was established over 100 years ago to promote and develop the art of photography and meets on Tuesday evenings between September and April, at the New Brighton Cricket and Bowling Club, Rake Lane, Wallasey. The Society promotes and encourages ongoing learning and development in all aspects of digital and print photography and has many experienced practitioners willing to help and support members.

This exhibition of members’ work through the season gives the public the opportunity to engage with their photography work, and the quality and effort that’s gone into it.

The exhibition runs from Wednesday 25th September until Sunday 27th October and, like all exhibitions at the Williamson, is free. We are open Wednesday-Sunday 10am-5pm.

For more exhibitions at the Williamson, check our Exhibitions pages.

More about Wallasey Amateur Photographic Society:

Throughout the season the Society arranges a variety of activities including practical nights, photo shoots and feedback sessions, and guest speakers and presentations. During the summer, there are photo shoots and practical support sessions on location and at the club.

The club has established links to the local community and theatre groups and is regularly involved in supporting and documenting their activities. They hold regular digital and print competitions throughout the year culminating in the annual competition where members showcase their best work from the year.

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