Dublin Camera Club, Annual Exhibition
The Annual Exhibition is the highlight of the Dublin Camera Club competition year.
The images on display will be the winning images, chosen by a panel of expert judges. Also on display is a selection of images, chosen by our members. Each member who enters the Annual Exhibition competition is guaranteed at least one image displayed. The exhibition boasts approximately 250 images, all taken by our members, and will be on display to the general public for 4 weeks. This year Dublin Camera Club are proud to have Brendan Lyon, President of the Irish Professional Photographers Association to open their exhibition.
About The Dublin Camera Club
The Dublin Camera Club has a rich history behind it.Founded in its present form in 1945, but with firm roots in the early 20th century, the Club has been present in Dublin city life for almost 70 years now.The club provides a lively and social focal point for all those interested in photography. The club is situated in a three story premises at 10 Lower Camden Street, Dublin 2. This central location provides members with a comprehensive range of facilities and activities, boasting2 fully equipped darkrooms and a fully equipped studio. Lecture meeting are held here weekly, the Club also has an exhibition gallery. Competitions exhibitions, social events and educational courses are available throughout the year. The Club is dedicated to advancing the standard of photography and many of their senior members are always on hand to give advice and conduct free workshops for the beginner and intermediate photographer.
The Dublin Camera Club are also affiliated to the Irish Photographic Federation, who promote awareness of photography as a highly satisfying artistic outlet and as a leisure pursuit. Where international connections are regarded as an essential part of activities and as a means of keeping Irish photography in touch with international styles and techniques. They also administer a distinctions scheme for its members, thus encouraging the promotion of photographic excellence.