Banbury Camera Club at Café Red

A while ago Banbury Camera Club were given the opportunity to hang an exhibition in Café Red, the canal-side café which is part of Banbury Museum.

Since that time we have presented several exhibitions on the walls of the café. Here is the list.

Andrew Spackman at Cafe Red Andrew Spackman at Café Red - This week saw a change over of the Banbury Camera Club exhibition at Café Red – Another fine set of images now on display, this time from our very own Master of the Leica – Andrew Spackman ARPS. A delightful set of high quality colour street photography images taken within the last Month. The standard …
Barry Boswell Bird Photography by Barry Boswell at Café Red - Andrew Spackman and Charles Binns changed over the Café Red exhibition on 27th July. The Café Red staff were very sad to see Alan Sheers’ pictures go but Barry Boswell’s Bird Photography continued the very high standard. Whilst completing the changeover a German couple took down details of both workers wanting to buy prints. We …
Alan Sheers at Cafe Red Alan Sheers Photography - From 6/7/2018 to 27/7/2018 – Alan Sheers Photography, featuring Lake District landscapes and the family dogs. On 6th July 2018 Charles Binns, Alan Sheers and Andrew Spackman hung the latest exhibition in Café Red, sixteen of Alan’s superb pictures of the Lake District and dogs. It will be on show until 27th July, when we …
Jamie at Cafe Red Jamie Bodley-Scott ARPS - From 15/6/2018 to 6/7/2018 Banbury Camera Club member Jamie Bodley-Scott showing his ARPS panel of Gothenburg reflections. The first of our new Monthly exhibitions at Cafe Red is now in place. Jamie Bodley-Scott has put up his very fine and successful ARPS (Associate of The Royal Photographic Society) portfolio. The set of photographs has been …
Women in Photography Exhibition Women in Photography Exhibition - From 30/3/2018 to 15/6/2018 – An exhibition by six members of Banbury Camera Club. Sixteen prints with either three or two photos from each in the exhibition. From left: Lesley Ramsay, Jane Jarvis, Diana Gamble, Helene Boily, Suzanne McNally and Courtney Killpack. Select the tabs below to see a statement from each exhibitor. Courtney Killpack …
Zoe Meredith Zoe Meredith - From 2/2/2018 to 30/3/2018 Photographs by club member Zoe Meredith. A new exhibition of twelve photos by Zoe Meredith is being shown from the beginning of February 2018. This replaces the photos from the Katharine House Hospice 2018 Calendar. Photographs by Zoe Meredith I joined Banbury Camera Club in September 2017 and was thrilled to …
Katherine House Hospice Calendar 2018 Katharine House 2018 Calendar - From 21/11/2017 to 2/2/2018 Twelve pictures by Banbury Camera Club members selected by Katharine House for their 2018 Calendar. In this exhibition of photographs by members of the Banbury Camera Club, we are showing the twelve pictures of local scenes which appear in the Katharine House Hospice 2018 Calendar. For several years now the camera …
Images of Banbury Project Exhibition - From 24/5/2017 to 21/11/2017 Images of Banbury – A selection from the ongoing project run by club member Alan Sargeant Back in the sixties one of Banbury CCs members, Ernie Lester, became concerned about the destruction of many of Banbury’s old buildings. He persuaded the club that it would be a worthwhile project to record …
Michael Butterworth LRPS – musicians during live performances - From 18/4/2017 to 24/5/2017 An exhibition by Michael Butterworth LRPS – photographs of musicians taken during live performances. Café Red exhibition by Michael Butterworth LRPS. Here are a few words from him. I’ve enjoyed music all my life and, when I went to study in Cardiff, I started to go to gigs and found that …
John Buttress flower and garden photography - From 7/3/2017 to 18/4/2017 An exhibition of flower and garden photographs by club member John Buttress. Back to Café Red

 

We are pleased to be able to have a continuous exhibition of our photography which is seen by the public. The exhibition is changed frequently to ensure it is fresh and to maintain interest by the users of the Café.