ROSELAND FESTIVAL / WILD ROSELAND PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBITION 2019
The excitement of Christmas and the New Year has come and gone but there is still much to look forward to and celebrate even though this is the season of cold, rain and wind! It is also the season when we see the beauty of frost fringing the fallen leaves, mist in the valleys and the first signs of Spring; a great opportunity to take photographs of one of the most beautiful areas in Cornwall and enter them in the Wild Roseland Photography Exhibition sponsored by the Roseland Festival.
The Exhibition will be held during the Festival on the 27th and 28th April in Gerrans Parish Memorial Hall.
The main aim of the Exhibition is to celebrate the beauty and diversity of this amazing area in which we live. Some of you may remember the stunning photographs taken by the Roseland Academy and their Partnership Primary Schools. They will again be joining us and we look forward to some wonderful photographs. However, children who are not taking part in the schools’ project are very welcome to enter as we will have a special section just for them.
The categories are as follows:
There are a few simple rules:
The Exhibition will culminate in the presentation of prizes for the various categories but you do not have to be a brilliant photographer to submit an entry. The Exhibition is much more about the capturing the beauty and diversity of this amazing coast and countryside.
Various businesses on the Roseland have very kindly agreed to act as drop off points for your photographs.
Drop off Points:
Fudge and Moore St Mawes
The Boat House Portscatho
Elerkey Guest House and Gallery Veryan
Da Bara Café Chenoweth’s Business Park
Roseland Local and Garage Bessie Beneath, Ruan Highlanes
Tregony Gallery Fore Street, Tregony
If anyone has a problem getting to a drop off point, please ring 01872 501429 and we would be happy to collect your photos.
The starting date for dropping off your photographs is Saturday, March16th and if possible, we would like them all in by 19th April (Good Friday). The Exhibition itself will be on Saturday and Sunday 27th and 28th April at Gerrans Parish Memorial Hall.
While there are a number of great prizes, The Exhibition is primarily a showcase for the beauty and diversity of the Roseland itself. You do not have to be a technically brilliant photographer with expensive equipment to enter. Our first exhibition was a great success but we would like 2019 to be even bigger and better.