It is with great sadness that Café Red – the canalside cafe which is part of Banbury Museum – has now closed. Banbury Camera Club has been providing exhibitions of Members’ work for 3 years.
Our first exhibition in this space was to commemorate Banbury Camera Club’s 70th Anniversary. In 2016 we displayed an exhibition representing “British Life” to coincide with the museum’s official exhibition “The British Life Photography Awards Exhibition”. Since then, the work of many of our members have been presented at Café Red. This work has been described as excellent by many people independent of our club.
Here is a list of our Café Red exhibitions.
Photography by Derek Lane at Cafe Red–See a new exhibition by Derek Lane from 8 March 2019 in Cafe Red. This replaces Chris Baldwin’s photos of Stellar Sea Eagles. This exhibition further demonstrates the high quality photography and diversity of subjects achieved by the members of Banbury Camera Club. Why not call in for refreshments and enjoy the photography on the […]
The Stellar Collection by Chris Baldwin–We have a new exhibition which started on 8 February 2019. Barry Barker’s image have been replaced with Chris Baldwin’s The ‘Stellar’ Collection. If you look through the results of our club competitions, you will find some of these images. Here’s what Chris says. I call these images my “Stellar” Collection as the main characters […]
Katharine House 2019 Calendar at Café Red–As we come up to the end of November, the Banbury Camera Club exhibition at Café Red has been changed again. Jane Javis’ excellent prints of aircraft have been replaced with another set of prints by members of the club. These are the images chosen by staff at Katharine House Hospice for their 2019 Calendar. […]
Jane Jarvis at Café Red–Just before the end of October a new exhibition was hung at Café Red to replace the excellent Monochrome Prints by Toby Solebury. The new one showcases the photographs of Club Member Jane Jarvis who is an expert in aircraft photography. Jane exhibited some of her photos at Café Red previously alongside 5 other club […]
Monochrome Prints by Toby Solebury–The last Friday in September was Café Red Exhibition Change Over day. We now have a very fine set of Monochrome Prints on display from Toby Solebury. Considering that Toby is a relative beginner in Photography the images are stunning. He has a ‘seeing eye’ as street photographers like to say. You are urged to […]
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 […]
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 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 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–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. [tabby title=”Courtney […]
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 […]
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 […]
Andrew Spackman ARPS–From – 27/1/2017 to 7/3/2017 An exhibition by Banbury Camera Club Chairman, Andrew Spackman ARPS This was a set of photographs which he used to gain his distinction from the Royal Photographic Society. Back to Café Red
Katharine House 2017 Calendar–From 7/12/2016 to 27/1/2017 Twelve pictures by Banbury Camera Club members which had been selected by Katharine House for their 2017 Calendar were shown in an exhibition on the walls of Café Red. Back to Café Red
70th Anniversary British Life Display–From 22/3/2016 to 9/7/2016 Banbury Camera Club’s 70th Anniversary “British Life” display of club members’ photographs. This exhibition in Café Red was held at the same time as the British Life photographic exhibition in the gallery of the main museum. Back to Café Red
We were pleased to be able to have a continuous exhibition of our photography which was seen by the public. The exhibition was changed frequently to ensure it was fresh and to maintain interest by the users of the Café Red.
I hope that at some time in the near future another exhibition space with a regular public footfall can be used by Banbury Camera Club so that these exhibitions can continue.