The Public in West Bromwich are inviting photographers from across the region to submit images to a special ‘light’ themed open exhibition – part of the gallery’s forthcoming exhibition, Light Up Digital.
Light Up Digital, a fascinating celebration of light and dark, includes work by cutting edge digital artists, Anti-VJ and their mesmerising work, Eyjafjallajökull, a fascinating 3D projection of the famous Icelandic volcano.
To complement the exhibition the Black Country arts centre are looking for local photographers to take inspiration from the theme of light and dark, and submit their best shots for display within The Public’s gallery.
From traffic trails to stunning sunsets, colourful light drawings to beautiful light prisms, impressive fireworks displays to sparkling Christmas lights – all light inspired images are welcome.
A selection of the best images submitted to ‘Lights’, will be displayed within the gallery for free from 7 November to 3 February and also feature on The Public’s online gallery.
Linda Saunders, Managing Director of The Public said, “Lights provides an excellent opportunity for photographers to showcase their favourite images. Our open exhibitions have always proved incredibly popular amongst our visitors and highlight the incredible talent that resides within the region.”
To submit images to ‘Lights’, photographers should visit www.thepublic.com/lights and upload their favourite shots. The deadline for submissions is Friday 26 October 2012.