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A PHOTOGRAPHIC work-shop will be held from April19 to 21, at the Abbey of StBarnabas at A’Beckett Park,on Raymond Island in EastGippsland.The tutor, Robert McKay, isan enthusiastic amateurphotographer and will helpto demystify the use of cameras, demonstratingwhat all the controls areused for, as well as the useof the camera itself.Rob will also lead partici-pants through exerciseslooking at the artistic sideof photography, includingcomposition balance, har-mony and perspective; thetype of knowledge whichhelps to get the best useout of you and your cam-era.There will be time for dis-cussions and also plenty of time to go out and put the-ory into practice. Exercisesubjects include land, seaand cloud scapes, naturalhistory (nature), close-up,tabletop, portraiture, fash-ion, figure, architecture,flash, studio and other as-pects of photography.There will also be time tolearn about editing andpresentation of photo-graphs using computer ed-iting and matting andframing techniques.Bring along your camerasand memory cards and. if you have them, a tripod,flash equipment and laptopcomputer. It is sure to be afun three days.June Treadwell, a historyteacher with an interest inthe medieval and renais-sance periods for manyyears, will lead a workshopfrom May 10 to 12 titledRescuing the Dark Ages.June’s major interest is inthe period 500 to 1000 CEand how Christianity andwestern culture survivedthe barbarian invasions of Europe.At this workshop, thefocus will be on the rolemonasteries played in res-cuing our Christian her-itage. Manuscripts such asthe Book of Kells and theLindisfarne Gospels will beexamined.The remote places wheremanuscripts were hiddenfor centuries such as Ionaand the islands off the Westcoast of Ireland will featurein the program. Bede’s
Ec-clesiastical History of Britain
The Anglo–Saxon Chronicle
will beused as the major writtensources from the period.Expert demonstrations of manuscript binding and cal-ligraphy will take place andparticipants can designtheir own medieval book-plates or bookmarks.Further information onthese and other workshops,or to book, telephone theAbbey, 03 5156 6580 oremail firstname.lastname@example.org
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