Causeway Chronicle

Photographers in the frame as NIPA exhibition comes to Roe Valley Arts & Cultural Centre

Roe Valley Arts & Cultural Centre is thrilled to be showcasing the stunning images captured by talented members of camera clubs from across the country as part of the Northern Ireland Photographic Association (NIPA) annual exhibition.

This exhibition, which is running until Saturday 27 May, features a total of 58 photographs, carefully selected from a whopping 301 entries by independent and distinguished photographers from The Irish Photographic Federation. 

Visitors will have the chance to view stunning photographs that capture the essence of Northern Ireland’s landscapes, people, and culture. 

The subject matters are diverse, ranging from breath-taking landscapes to captivating portraits, thrilling sports shots to awe-inspiring architecture and nature scenes. The photographs on display showcase the incredible talent and creativity of the region’s photographic community. 

See the world through the eyes of these talented photographers and gain a deeper appreciation for the beauty that surrounds us. With such a wide variety of images on display, there is sure to be something that will excite and inspire everyone who visits.

Don’t miss out on this incredible opportunity to witness the beauty and creativity of Northern Ireland’s photographic community. 

Please see roevalleyarts.com for venue opening hours and to find out more information. 

Image Credit: Rosemary Hughes – ‘Bobby and me’

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Maurice Bradley