Island Drift schools’ exhibition begins 

20/05/2015
NVA's Island Drift. Photo: Alan McAteer

The Island Drift schools’ creative photography exhibition starts today and runs until Sunday 31 May at Cashel Native Forest Centre. The exhibition showcases a vibrant selection of photographs created by pupils at Luss, Buchanan and Drymen Primary schools as part of the Island Drift engagement programme.

 

Street Level Photoworks were commissioned by NVA to deliver the engagement programme, involving young people from the area in some of the creative photography techniques associated with project.  Pupils took part in sessions that explored slow shutter speed, painting with light, panoramas and manual focus.

All the pupils who took part embraced the project with enthusiasm and have created some stunning photographs of their local areas.  The results are a diverse collection of images, from considered studies of nature, to sweeping, swirling and imagined landscapes and abstract reconstructions of reality.

Click HERE for information and directions to the Cashel Native Forest Centre.

 


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