Photographic Society’s Virtual Exhibition

Thames Walk,  Andrew Heaps

If the four walls of your home are starting to feel a little too familiar during these uncertain times, then why not escape on a virtual tour of Richmond & Twickenham Photographic Society’s annual exhibition which is running online from Thursday 1 April until Thursday 20 May 2021.   

You’ll be able to immerse yourself in some stunning landscapes, beautiful wildlife and some thought-provoking portraits and street scenes from a photographic society that’s one of the largest and oldest in the country. Once again the work of GCSE and A-level students at St. Catherine’s School for Girls in Twickenham will be going on display.

Kew Gardens,  Lorraine Clifton

The show, which boasts over 300 images, is set in a 3D museum space, so visitors can explore the rooms independently or be guided around the exhibition. It’s free and can be accessed from a link on the society’s website:

The society has around 120 members from beginners to professionals and new members are warmly welcome. Email for details of how to join.

Richmond & Twickenham PS’s annual and popular exhibition is normally held at the Landmark Arts Centre in Teddington and hopes to return there in 2022. And while no digital encounter can fully emulate the physical experience of visiting an exhibition, the virtual platform which RTPS has embodied, comes very close.

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