Colours of Nature – Rotary Young Photographer Competition
The photography of over 70 entrants to the Skipton Rotary International Young Photographer Competition, is now on display in a colourful new exhibition in our gallery.
Young people aged 3 to 17 from a group of schools and community organisations across Craven took part in the contest, responding to this year’s exciting theme of ‘Colours of Nature’.
The Rotary International Young Photographer Competition takes place in Great Britain and Ireland every year. It aims to encourage young people to experiment with photography, develop creative skills, interpretate the topic and respond to their surroundings through the medium of photography.
Alongside the young people’s photography work, visitors will be able to see a selection of work by the competition judge, Juliet Klottrup. Klottrup is an award winning Artist combining photography and filmmaking, based in North Yorkshire. Her work explores themes of youth, community, rural living and the relationship we have with our landscape.
Open Monday – Saturday, 9.30am – 4.30pm
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