The Vera Photo Club has announced its annual photography exhibition this November, at the Centro de Arte ‘Fuente de Mojácar’ gallery, Mojacar Pueblo.
This popular event runs from the 2nd November until 29th November, with the gallery open between 10am – 2pm Tuesday to Sunday. The opening event is on Saturday 2nd November at 12pm, when many of the exhibiting photographers will be attending and available to discuss their work.
Drinks and refreshments will be provided.
When does Vera Photo Club meet?
The Vera Photo Club meets every month, with a membership of more than eighty, from beginners to keen enthusiasts, with members from Spain, the UK, Netherlands, Belgium and many other places. It is a mix of lively & friendly discussion, and a shared love of photography.
This exhibition showcases the excellent work produced by club members, and always displays high quality images on topics ranging from landscape, portrait, abstract, street, wildlife, Spanish life and just about everything else in between… Always interesting, and very much worth a visit. There will also be a projected slideshow of all the club’s monthly challenge images from the last year, where members are given a monthly theme to photograph, and fascinating to see how each individual interprets the topic.
The gallery and exhibition advertising has been kindly given free of charge by the Ayuntamiento de Mojacar, which the club greatly appreciates.
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