Cashel Native Forest Centre : 19 May - 16 June
The National Park, Balmaha, G63 0AW
We are delighted to present a vibrant selections of photographs made by pupils at Luss, Buchanan and Drymen Primary schools as part of Island Drift's engagement programme.
Street Level Photoworks have been introducing pupils to some of the creative photography techniques connected with NVA's Island Drift, which will be exhibited later this year at Street Level from 15 Nov.
Exhibition open Tues - Sun : 9am - 5pm. Information and directions to the Cashel Native Forest Centre: www.cashel.org.uk/
Find out more about Island drift here: www.nva.org.uk/artwork/island-drift/
Pupils explored slow shutter speed, painting with light, panoramas and depth of field over 5 sessions, which included an after school location shoot in their local area and a trip to Street Level’s gallery and production facility.
Equipped with new techniques, ideas and NVA’s bespoke lighting equipment, the pupils embraced the project with enthusiasm and have created some stunning photographs of their local areas. The results are a diverse collection of images, from considered studies of nature to sweeping, swirling and imagined landscapes. The pupils used both digital SLR cameras and compact digital cameras – to stunning effect.
Island Drift aims to inspire a deeper appreciation of the unique character of Loch Lomond and the surrounding area, the exhibition of work from this aspect of the engagement programme celebrates the young people’s achievements, evidencing their talent and imagination.
Iseult Timmermans: Lead photographer and coordinator
Sarah Amy Fishlock & Donna Marie Kelly: Workshop assistants
Tim Dalzell: Catalogue design