Monthly Archives: May 2018

Cim MacDonald’s Exhibit

The extraordinary nature photography of award-winning local artist Cim MacDonald is on view at the Cowichan Valley Museum in Duncan, BC from May 31st until November 1st. Cim is a Victoria Camera Club member, a very accomplished photographer, and teacher at Coast Collective. She is also a CAPA judge and has published books. In her… Read More »

Frank Turner Award Winner 2018: Pam Irvine

[CLICK HERE TO RETURN TO VCC AWARDS] The Frank Turner Award was first presented in 1988. The idea was conceived by Diana Lockyer who suggested it as a way to commemorate the contributions made by Frank Turner (Vice President in 1970, and President in 1971 and 1972) during the many years of his membership in… Read More »

Laurie McDonald’s Exhibition

Laurie A. McDonald is presenting her photography show: “From a Different Perspective” at the Metropolis Photo Gallery (102-864 Pembroke Street, Victoria) starting May 22 – May 31st: Monday to Thursday 2 – 6 pm Saturday and Sunday 2 – 4pm Contact: Laurie McDonald

News Photography Show

Outstanding news photography show comes to the Cowichan Valley The Cowichan Valley Arts Council (CVAC) is hosting a national photo exhibit, Best Pictures of the Year May 10 “ June 6, representing the award winners and finalists picked by the News Photographers Association of Canada (NPAC website ). The 42 pieces represent the best images… Read More »

VCC 2018 President’s Awards

VCC 2018 President’s Awards – Remarks made during the Annual Awards Meeting, May 3, 2018 As I prepared for this years awards, the name Ed Moniz was top of mind. We know Ed, today, as a guru of B&W photography, a writer of informative articles for Close-Up, and a dedicated workshop leader. But I am… Read More »

VCC President’s Message – May-June, 2018

[CLICK HERE TO RETURN TO VCC WEBSITE] The candles on my birthday cakes have been growing ever more dense, like the pixels on the sensors of modern digital cameras. Time to take a quick look back at my first message as VCC president (Close-Up, May-June, 2016). A couple of themes were on my mind: what… Read More »