Thursday, 17 November 2011

Hereford Photography Festival 2011 Fringe Programme

Hereford Photography Festival 2011 has included our Worcester Street Photography group exhibition in their Fringe Programme.

Saturday, 12 November 2011

Worcester Street Photography group exhibition


This exhibition is the successful result of the Worcester Street Photography festival, which happened in July 2011. It sprung up as an attempt to create interest within the Worcester community in the range of street photography. Regarding the images will take you to trace different approaches to subjects in the everyday scene. Above all, they share a main aim: to call up feelings into the onlooker. Raise a smile... evoke memories... in short, to make an impact on their visual memory. 
We feel very proud of being part of the Hereford Photography Festival 2011 and wish you enjoy your journey through it.

Photographers: Alain Rolli, Balint Velekei, Eleanor Bennet, Katie Foulkes, Elliot Parker, Catherine Regan, and Isabel Infantes

Thursday, 4 August 2011

Worcester Street Photography Festival day

Thanks to all who have been part of the Worcester Street Photography Festival. The feedback has been very positive. All started from a little idea and was taking shape within only a month. Now it has been real and has a big potential to keep on growing. I hope this is the beginning of many other photography events at the Workshop. All photographs from the day are on the Facebook page: Worcester Street Photography Festival

Let's keep clicking!

Friday, 22 July 2011

Worcester Street Photography Festival has been future on today's Worcester Evening Standard

Worcester Street Photography Festival has been future on 22nd July Worcester Evening Standard. 

Please, bear in mind that Kate Cox and David Gibson are not attending the festival. It's a erratum. Apologies for that.

Guest speakers for the day are: James Stone, Richard Battye and Bryn Griffiths.

Tuesday, 19 July 2011

Schedule for the Worcester Street Photography Festival, 24th July

Here is the schedule for the day. Please, click on the image to find out more. The photography market will be open from 11am. The 1st talk starts  at 11.45am and we will be finishing the day by 5.30 to 6pm.  Find us on Facebook and check out the latest news and photography competition entries. We are looking forward to seeing you all there!

Tuesday, 12 July 2011

Worcester Street Photography competition entries now on Facebook

Now you can have a look to all the entries we have received. Check out our photo gallery on Facebook.

A big hand to all the participants!

Wednesday, 22 June 2011

James Stone, outstanding documentary photographer

James Stone, documentary and fine art photographer, has accepted my invitation to the festival. Not only he will be judging the competition entries on the day, but also sharing his knowledge about his photography work in Tanzania and much more.
I could not be more convinced saying that this visit will bring a lot of attention to the Festival.

Birmingham Loves Photographers

The Worcester Street Photography Festival has been feature at 'Birmingham Loves Photographers' 

Thursday, 16 June 2011

Featured in today's Worcester News

The Worcester Street Photography Festival has been featured in today's Worcester News paper. Click here to read about it. A big thank to the Worcester News' team.

Monday, 13 June 2011

Wednesday, 8 June 2011

Worcester Street Photography competition

Worcester Arts Workshop presents the 1st edition of the Worcester Street Photography Competition. Participants are welcome to enter online. There is an entry fee of £5 and a limit of three images per person. All submission must be sent to
The 1st prize will be a Solo Exhibition in one of the Worcester Arts Workshop galleries.
To know more about the rules & conditions for the competition, please send us an email to and get your application form.

Welcome to the Worcester Street Photography Festival

The Worcester Street Photography Festival, 24th July,  will be a big event to be celebrated by all visitors, from amateur to professional photographers, as well as anyone who enjoys using a camera.. 
There will be an admission fee of £3.  Talks, exhibitions, a market and a photography competition will be taking place along the day.  

To know more Worcester Street Photography Festival, please email us at and follow all news on Facebook, Blogger and Twitter (WSPF24)