The Photographic Angle stages an exhibition in Camberley

photographic-angleThe Photographic Angle [TPA] is a charity which holds free exhibitions across the country transforming otherwise empty spaces into temporary galleries. It promotes education of the public in the art and science of photography, by staging exhibitions, and by working with professional, student, and amateur photographers. [Click on image to enlarge]

What a surprise that among all the cities in which they exhibit they’re coming to Camberley. TPA hold regular bi-monthly photography competitions, which are free to enter, and open to all. For keen photographers it might be worth a visit to see the works and to make contact.

The exhibition in Camberley is of one of those competitions. This one being Our Stories. The exhibition is from 1st to 5th February at Building B, Watchmoor Park, Camberley, GU15 3YL. It’s open from 10.0 am to 3.00 pm.

There’s another of their exhibitions, again fairly local, entitled No Briton Is An Island, being held at Greenwood House, London Road, Bracknell, RG12 2UBfrom 3rd to 7th February, again from 10.0 am to 3.0 pm.

3 thoughts on “The Photographic Angle stages an exhibition in Camberley

  1. Thank you Tim for promoting this event. I’ve been trying to raise the profile of these regular free exhibitions for some time, having enjoyed visiting many and been fortunate to have had more than 25 photographs accepted for various exhibitions (though not this one).

    To get to Building B, you enter Watchmoor Park, go over the first roundabout, over the second and it’s the building on the right.


  2. Hi Paul, when I saw your name, I wondered if it was you, and not another Paul Chapman. Delighted to find that it is you. Must chat with you about it, and photography, when we next meet.


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