Photography advice for artists and craft makers

Tuesday, 27 August 2013 11:11 AM
Photography advice sessions are being offered to artists and craft makers by the Creative Arts Business Network (CABN), in association with Gracefield Arts Centre and Spring Fling. 

Shannon Tofts and Euan Adamson will be at Gracefield Arts Centre on 11 and 12 September 2013. Shannon is an Edinburgh based photographer who is renowned throughout Scotland for his photographs of craft work. His sessions will focus upon 3D work such as glass, ceramics, textiles. Euan is based locally and has built up a strong reputation photographing art and craft work. His sessions will focus primarily upon 2D work such as paintings and prints.

Ed Baxter has many years of experience as a product photographer and will be available on 11 September to photograph both art and craft work at his studio at Bank House Studio, 95a Drumlanrig Street in Thornhill.

This is a great opportunity for artists and craft makers to receive advice and have work photographed by a professional product photographer at an affordable price. It would ideally suit anybody requiring photographs to support their Spring Fling application, or needing high quality photographs to promote their work. The advice session and photography of the work is free but there will be a charge for photographs.  We strongly recommend that you book early to avoid disappointment.  For more information and to book yourself a place email stephanie.carrick@dumgal.gov.uk

The CABN new work project is funded by Creative Scotland, the Scottish Government, the European Community, Dumfries and Galloway LEADER 2007-2013 PROGRAMME, and Dumfries and Galloway Council until 31 December 2013.

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