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Gippsland Photographic Exhibition - Warragul Camera Club


The Warragul Camera Club is hosting the Gippsland Photographic Exhibition in July/August 2017 

To be held at Red Tree Gallery Jindivick

From Thursday 27th July until Wednesday 30th August open daily 10am – 4pm with the exception of Saturday 19th August when it will be open at 2.30pm for the official opening, closed in the morning for judging.

The OFFICIAL OPENING is 3pm Saturday 19th August World Photography Day

This is an Interclub Photographic Competition involving five Gippsland Camera Clubs, Latrobe Valley Camera Club Traralgon, Sale Camera Club, South Gippsland Photography Club, East Gippsland Photographic Society Bairnsdale and Warragul Camera Club.

Each club submits 10 framed images making an exhibition of 50 framed images.

Overview: This event is an annual Interclub competition and exhibition, it has been running since 2011 when the Warragul Camera Instigated the event with the desire to foster fellowship between neighboring camera clubs. The VAPS (Victorian Association of Photographic Societies provides a bronze medallion to the winning club) 
There are two perpetual trophies 

‘The Roy and Elaine Berryman Trophy’ for the winning image
And the Winning Club 

Two of the rules stipulate the images must have been taken in Gippsland and the exhibition must run encompassing World Photography Day which is 19th August each year.

The rotational basis
2017 host club Warragul Camera Club
2018 host club East Gippsland (Bairnsdale)
2019 host club South Gippsland Camera Club
2020 host club Latrobe Valley Camera Club
2022 host club Sale Camera Club

Invitations have been sent out to the participating clubs, representatives of the VAPS our panel of three judges, and the press to attend the Official Opening. Many clubs take advantage of the promotional material sent to them by the host club, about the area where the exhibition is held. This usually means visiting clubs make it a day or weekend outing 
 For more information contact: 
Ruth Burleigh

 President of Warragul Camera Club


 Ph 0419 525 124



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