Gallery: Ipswich and District Photographic Society selects hundreds of images for its annual Town Hall exhibition
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More than 300 prints and 250 digital images produced by members of a Suffolk photography club will go on display in Ipswich next week as part of a tradition dating back to 1926.
The Ipswich and District Photographic Society’s (IDPS) Annual Exhibition returns to the Town Hall in Cornhill on Tuesday where it will remain until Saturday, March 14.
The free exhibition, which encompasses a wide range of genres including monochrome, landscape, creative, sport, portraiture and natural history, represents the work of more than 40 members. Awards for the best image in each genre will be presented by the Ipswich mayor at the Society’s Annual Awards Dinner next Wednesday at Ipswich Golf Club.
An IDPS spokesman said the society was “proud it its long association with Ipswich Borough Council”, which made the annual events possible.
“We are pleased to be one of the few photographic clubs still able to stage an annual exhibition,” the spokesman added.
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The exhibition is open from 10am to 5pm each day other than on Sundays when the Town Hall is closed and on Monday, March 9.
It will also close early, at 4pm on the final day, Saturday, March 14.
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