Salt Spring Public Library, December 1-31


'Conversations With Thomas' is an ongoing exploration what happens when Art and Photography meet and melt together, spanning a two-century, two-continent gap between great-great-great grandfather THOMAS HASTINGS and great-great-great granddaughter AVRIL KIRBY.

Monday-Saturday 10am-5pm in the Community Program Room when not in use.

Artist will be in attendance on Tuesday December 7, 2-3pm.

'Tones of Grace and Tones of Place'
December 6, 7:00-9:00pm, Zoom


 Photograph by Dave Brosha


The Victoria Camera Club is hosting a presentation by Canadian photographer Dave Brosha. Dave will discuss the art and craft of B+W nature photography, including composition, minimalism, tones, contrast and learning from the masters. Click the following link to learn more and to register. There is a fee of $5.

December 8, 7:00-9:00pm, Zoom 
In our first hour we will present a Creative Live talk by Curtis Jones on 'Minimalist Photography'. Topics will include: isolating your anchor, negative space, visual clutter, and composition. Curtis is a Canadian photographer living in Newfoundland. For more information, you can visit his website HERE
Following the above we will have our member slideshow. Our theme this month is 'Architecture'. Please send two jpeg files to by December 3.
'Seagull's Sidewalk' by Doug McMillin 


Other Photographic Events in the Time of COVID


"The Entry" by Anette Schrage

Salt Spring's 'other' Photography Club has posted their virtual show for 2021. As always, the results are in the 100% category and well-worth more than a single visit. Click HERE.


"Urban Landplates" by timmy gibbon

The Salt Spring Photography Club's annual June event, Eclectic Visions, is being held online as a 'virtual' exhibition again this year, 2021. Click HERE to visit.

On-Going From Last Year

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                                              by Howard Fry
Howard has had to postpone his Lighting and Portrait workshops  that were scheduled for Dec 4th and !3th until later this coming spring '22.
More information will be available in the next newsletter.
Speaker From 2019
Three years ago, 16-year-old Lucas Morton presented his work to the Club. His work and his presentation were amazing.
Now 19 he is still at it and was recently interviewed by the Lake Cowichan Gazette.
It would be interesting to have him speak to us again now that he has three more years under his belt.

Posting Etiquette

The SaltSpring Photography Club recommends to its members that they use good ethical judgement and when appropriate obtain permission to take or publish photographs of persons.  Members are encouraged to familiarize themselves with the Canadian Copyright Modernization Act passed in 2012.  The act speaks to photography and copyright issues.

     Works of individual artists remain their          intellectual property and are copyrighted

by their respective authors.

No unauthorized reproduction,

all rights reserved.


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