Come join us on Friday 8th December 2017 to celebrate the formal opening of our new community darkroom. After months of work, enormous effort by Lo-Fi members and support from Braunstone Park and Rowley Fields community ward funding and also Westcotes community ward funding, we are ready to celebrate its completion. Will will also be launching
We are once again taking part in this years Handmade Festival, with two exhibitions at the O2 Arena at the Leicester University campus. ‘HighLife, Low Life’ – an analogue exhibition by Lo-Fi member Joe Manger ‘Handmade Books’ – a small collection of unique one-off books made by the group. Both shows are on this weekend only.
We are proud to launch the theme for our main project or 2017: ‘Glow – Our Lives on Screen’ A recent study suggests that for the first time we spend more time online than we do watching TV. We would like to invite you to photograph people lit by the screens that surround us. See the Exhibitions section
Last weekend saw the start of this years Art Trail Festival, for our part we put on a Kamra-e-faoree portrait session at the Orange Tree, as well as the ‘Exposure’ exhibition. Check out some images from the portrait session below, and go check out the exhibition, its on until the end of the month.
Our latest exhibition – Exposure – has just been installed at the Orange Tree. Collating recent work by current Leicester Lo-Fi members. With everything from pinholes to photograms, paper negatives to destroyed negatives. It’s on show until the end of August.
Shelf Life – an exhibition of small independent shops, by members of Leicester Lo-Fi Photography is on show from Monday the 20th June at the LCB Depot in the City centre. Go check it out.
This bank holiday weekend sees this years Handmade Festival take place across the city. With lots of excellent music and art to go and see and experience. Leicester Lo-Fi have a small exhibition at the O2, alongside some amazing work by Andy Stafford and Jacqui Booth in their ‘Yours and Mine’ exhibition, and the Handmade music
Leicester Lo-Fiers Dan, Steve and Daryl all had work accepted into the Open 27, an exhibition of work by artists from all over the East Midlands. The exhibition runs until the 8th May at the New Wark Museum and Art Gallery.