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Lewisham Arthouse, London
The Lewisham Arthouse once served as the central library of Deptford. Designed by architect Sir Alfred Brumwell Thomas (1868-1948) and funded by Andrew Carnegie (1835-1919), this former library is now features a public gallery and studio space for professional artists. Artist studios are open to the public once per year. Exhibitions in the gallery are open to the public year-round, free of charge. Ten-week botanical illustration classes are taught by Alison Day. Watch for information about her next class. Alison also teaches a photography class.
One-Day Course in 35 mm SLR Photography Skills
Jan 11, 2014
11 – 4 pm
Run by illustrator and photographer, Alison Day, this one-day introductory course provides an opportunity to learn about SLR photography at a theoretical and practical level. Participants learn how to get the best out of their 35mm camera, take some photographs and then process their film and make contact sheet sin the darkroom. Darkroom chemicals and equipment provided. Students must bring own camera and buy basic materials (e.g 35mm film and photographic paper). All abilities welcome.
The course is run in the artists’ studio and has limited places so early booking is advisable. For all information and booking contact Alison Day.
Cost for each course is £45/40 concessions
The Lewisham Arthouse. 140 Lewisham Way. New Cross, London, SE14 6PD.
BR/Underground New Cross/New Cross Gate.
Bus 136, 21, 436, 321.