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New Satellite Group: CARSHALTON

A new satellite group of LIP is being formed in Carshalton. It is hoped that the group will concentrate on dialogue about photography, helping and sharing with regard to prints, shows, books, zines, projects and photographic activity generally. The first meeting will be held Thursday 21st September at 7.30pm Venue: The Hope, 48 West Street, […]

16th December: Greenwich Satellite Group Meeting

Looking for Christmas cheer? Don’t turn up for this then! You’ll get more fun Saturday afternoon shopping in Asda. Misery starts at 7, passes through anomie, total alienation by 9. Meeting at Viewfinder Gallery. Here’s the map. For further details contact John Levett 01223 521058

25th November: Meeting of New Satellite Group in Acton

The Acton satellite group will be having its first meeting on Tuesday 25th November. This is a new forum to provide constructive discussion and feedback on your photographs. Please bring any current or completed work. This will also be a chance to talk about what people would like to get from the group, over a […]

18th November: Greenwich Satellite Group Meeting

Our last meetup was so stunningly wonderful it’s worth chancing our arm & having another. So … here it is, full of the usual measure of elation, transcendence, anger, disappointment, incomparability, matchlessness, despair, anguish, melancholy, Christmas gifts. The usual as usual: bring something or sit and watch or both; one pic or more; bring a […]

21st October : Greenwich Satellite Group Meeting

Our last meeting before the arrival of The Long Dark! So … time still remaining for ‘What I did on my holidays’. Bring one pic, bring many; the finished & mounted article or still dripping with fixer; on disk, on paper, on your fine & dandy site; a rushed proof from ‘Hello’ or one still […]

16th September: Greenwich Satellite Group Meeting

After the Beijing-scale opening of the First Greenwich Annuale comes the new season of Bring-and-Tell beginning with something different. Earlier this year the question was raised: how do we know what’s a great photograph & what’s a might-have-been? Holly Stevenson (LIP mag Summer 2008) said: by looking at the work of great photographers. Quelle horreur! […]