FRANKSTON Photographic Club is celebrating its 60th anniversary with an exhibition of members’ work at Frankston Arts Centre’s Cube 37.
The exhibition, called ‘Looking Through Our Lens’, showcases many aspects of photography including several images from national and international award winning photographic club members.
The Frankston Photographic Club has more than 150 members and is one of the largest camera clubs in Victoria. Club members meet at the Brotherhood of St Laurence premises at 24 High St, Frankston on Wednesday evenings at 7pm.
Many of these meetings have professional photographers talking about their latest interesting adventures or assignments.
New members are welcome to join and learn about new or old photographic techniques.
The Looking Through Our Lens exhibition will be hosted at Cube 37, 25-37 Davey St, Frankston until Saturday 24 October. Entry by gold coin donation.
See frankstonphotoclub.com.au for further exhibition and club details.