It sounds as if Cork is well and truly sorted.. well done Catherine and Mel!
As for Dublin.. I agree with Fintan, Airfield would more than suit our needs, however I also agree with Michael, "It's one thing to show and another thing to be seen". Airfield is a beautiful setting, they're very accommodating there, but you really need to drive to get there easily, as we discovered at the last workshop. I felt it was difficult for those who don't drive to get there.
The gallery of Photography is easier to get to, and definitely more organised publicity as Michael said also, but I'm not so sure they'd be willing to facilitate the exhibiton?
There's Draíocht in Blanchardstown, not sure if it's also too far out and we have a gallery in Bray The Mermaid but again it's too far out and not central enough for everyone.
I've exhausted all on my list, but surely there's a few more about that will both suit our needs and make it easy for people to visit?
If you saw a man drowning and you could either save him or photograph the event...what kind of film would you use?
Well I know that I am four beer Bob and then I just get silly or fall asleep, If McLean was with us I would at least stay awake since he spills all his beer on his trousers, and he keeps me laughing.
Dinesh is a disappointment for sure, but he is ours and we cannot control all his actions.
I guess its going to be up to Me to go on training, and get my sorry ass over to your neck of the woods soon.
Originally Posted by Fintan
Just send over someone that can drink two pints next time
@Bob and Dinesh
We look forward to a Round #2, LOL
I was thinking we could base the exhibition around the trips we did together this year [or next] and/or the workshops we ran. That gives plenty of scope and also gives a sort of direction i.e. showing what we achieved as a group. We could run a few more early in the new year.