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Lectures on history of photography

From: Carol E. Brown <hlfbs<-at->
Date: Monday, November 16, 2009
ICON Photographic Materials Group and ICON Scotland Group present
the 2009 "Let's talk about Photography" series.

General Register House
2 Princes Street, Edinburgh
9 December 2009
2-4:30 pm

With 2 talks:

"Photographic History Without Photographs"
Michael Pritchard, Photographic Historian

    This lecture looks at some of these: manufacturers' and
    photographers' trade catalogues, patents, company documents,
    legal documents, auction catalogues, handbills and printed
    ephemera and discusses what else they can tell us about
    photography. And,

"The Scottish Society for the History of Photography: past,
    present and future"
Dr A.D. Morrison-Low, Committee Member, Scottish Society for the
History of Photography

    This talk will outline the main purposes of the Society, run
    through some of the more interesting landmarks in the history of
    Scottish photography, look at the present scene and, examine
    whether in the words of Tom Normand, author of Scottish
    Photography - A History, this small country has achieved 'a
    vibrant photographic culture'

Cost:
    UKP 10 fee for Icon members, students and other concessions
    UKP 15 fee for non-Icon members

Booking: Linda Ramsay <linda.ramsay<-at->nas<.>gov<.>uk>

You must register by 2 December 2009. Maximum  of 45 people

Carol E Brown
Training Development Manager
Icon
The Glasite Meeting House
33 Barony Street
Edinburgh EH3 6NX
+44 131 556 2289


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