Local development company Midlands Science is inviting members of the public to explore the history of photography with renowned photographer Veronica Nicholson during Heritage Week 2019.
Nicholson is a photographic artist and educator, with a masters’ degree in digital art who lives in the Midlands.
Jackie Gorman, CEO of Midlands Science said; “Join us for Heritage Week with a science twist on August 20 in Athlone. Photography is both an art and a science and can provide us with an insight into past times. It continues to this day to be a great hobby for people, with amazing technological advances in photography.
“Veronica Nicholson will explore how photography began and how it has developed over time, both as a process and as a pastime. We are encouraging those attending to bring along old photographs and cameras on the day, so that together we can explore the history of photography and how it relates to our everyday lives.”
This unique event entitled, Light Tales, Photography History will take place from 5pm to 6pm in the Aidan Heavey Library in Athlone.
Admission is free and the event in suitable for people of all ages.
For further information and booking contact Jackie Gorman on 057 9323902 or at [email protected].