Seriously though without a formal theme, just sticking to shots taken in Ireland and having a group show, the statement will probably be more about us as a group and probably why we choose to shoot film as this is the main thing that binds us together on APUG.
A name that shows ( I won't say illuminate in the darkroom) what is different about the photos.
Jon and David it's great to see folks out of Ireland with such an enthusiasm, I took the liberty of taking a sneak peek at your galleries love both your Irish shots. Now all I need to do is find some of my own that I like as much
Síle, thank you, and I'm sure have many worthy photos. We are often our own worst critics.
Fintan, Peter, and all: It is a very generous offer to even consider non-inhabitants, whatever the conditions end up being. If I can't make the opening, I have a cousin in Dublin who everyone says is the spittin' image of me. I'll try to teach him the finer points of the American accent :rolleyes:
Please count me in, if you have the space, if I qualify, and if I can submit even though I will be away all Sept - I am off to travel the often photographed deserts of US Southwest. I'm Polish but away from there for the last 18 years... Last few in Wicklow.
"Silver Ireland"? Sorry colour people... :-)
PS. I guess I should make my darkroom available to someone who fancies team work near the slopes of the Little Sugar Loaf one day. The set-up is for 4x5.
Hi David, I think we are hoping September/October 2008.
I will need some sample images to submit to Sirius Arts Center if we want to show there. They need an idea of the kind of work we do in order to commit. There are 3 or 4 other Cork galleries we can approach if we do not get into Sirius for this year. Do you have anything in the dferrie archives that would be appropriate for me to include in our package to Sirius?