First Print Competition of the Season
It was great to see physical prints again in our first print Competition in nearly two years. We had 36 prints entered for the ‘open’ competition and I was personally stunned by the quality of the entries as they were placed along the walls of the hall, ready for the judge to commence the competition. It is much appreciated the effort that goes into entering a print competition, with the preparation work that is needed. However seeing the end results on Thursday night, I’m sure it made it worth while for everyone, who should be proud of their work.
Rojer weightman was our judge on the night and he applied his vast experience with his critique during the difficult task to awards scores and find the ultimate winners on the night. Thank you to everyone that entered the league competition and to all that attended the evening. There is always a great atmosphere on competition nights with everyone giving each other huge support throughout.
Despite our enthusiasm to show this week’s talk from both the hall and home Zoom, this week’s presentation will only be available on home Zoom, therefore there will be no community centre meeting this week. I’m sure this week’s talk ‘Images with Impact’ presented by David Clapp will be a really entertaining and Inspirational night.
Look forward to seeing everyone on Zoom on Thursday (log in details on our website, if needed).