National Space Centre offers exciting opportunity for local amateur photographers
The National Space Centre is offering an exciting opportunity for local amateur photographers to work with the team on a year long photography project.
The brand-new photography club, launching early in 2020, will see 10 amateur photographers granted ‘access all area’ passes to work with the Centre.
The Centre hosts many special events throughout the year, which often welcome photographers. The visitor attraction is keen to build relationships with local photographers and provide an infrastructure that supports both the photographers and the work of the Centre through the creation of this brand-new photography club.
Malika Andress, Head of Marketing at the National Space Centre, explains: “We are often asked for the opportunity to photograph artefacts and events at the National Space Centre, so working with photographers to build up their portfolios and develop their skills is something we are very excited to offer. It is really important to us to support this development, as well as ensure the safety and enjoyment of our visitors.”
Culminating in a digital exhibition of the very best work from throughout the year, as well as regular training opportunities with professional photographers, the club will develop with members input, to ensure a positive experience for all.
If you are interested in being part of the first year intake, please fill out this form by 3 January 2020: https://forms.gle/byXftw95KhVdS5567.
Candidates will hear back regarding whether they have been successful by 10 January with the first meeting taking place shortly after.