RPS Analogue group guest speakers at London V&A museum this Saturday

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  1. Photogoth

    Photogoth Member

    Mar 16, 2015
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    The Royal Photographic Society's Analogue Special Interest Group is holding its spring meeting (which will also include the Analogue group AGM) this Saturday at the V&A. Details can be found below: if you’d like to come please book via http://rps.org/special-interest-groups/analogue/events or call the RPS’s reception on 01225 – 325 733 if you do not use the internet.

    Analogue Group Meeting: Sat. 21 April 2018 10.30 for 11 am until 4.30 pm.
    Seminar room 3, The Victoria & Albert Museum, Cromwell Road, London SW7 2RL Nearest tube: South Kensington.
    Free to RPS Analogue Group members; others £7.50. Bring a friend!
    Organiser: Steve Godfrey, AnalogueEvents@RPS.org or 07812 – 605 837.


    From 10.30 hrs

    Arrivals (Museum opens 10.00)


    Welcome by Analogue Group Chairman David Healey


    ‘The Editor’s perspective’ by Nigel Atherton




    Lunch (please bring a packed lunch or use nearby cafés; drinks provided)


    ‘Shooting but not to kill’ by Mirella and Amina Ricciardi




    ‘Ancient Light’ by Melanie King


    Closing remarks


    Ends. Museum closes 17.45 hrs.

    Come and hear our fascinating speakers
    Nigel Atherton is Group Editor of the Time Inc.’s UK photography portfolio. He studied photography at Plymouth and Westminster and worked as a professional photographer for over 10 years before joining Amateur Photographer magazine in 1994.

    Mirella and Amina Ricciardi: Mirella is a photographer and the author of several works including Vanishing Africa. She was described by The Tatler magazine as ‘the supreme chronicler of Africa’. Amina is inter alia curator of her mother’s archive, and a platinum printer. www.mirellaricciardi.com www.vanishingafrica.co.uk

    Melanie King is an artist and curator with a specific focus on astronomy and is the co-director of Lumen Studios and the London Alternative Photography Collective. She is currently engaged in a major project on Iceland. www.melaniek.co.uk

    For general information about the museum, accessibility, facilities etc. please consult the V&A web site or call 0207 – 942 2000. I hope to see you there.
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