Photo Gallery: Photo North Festival, Harrogate Convention Centre
Are you a keen photographer or interested in taking snaps? A new arts festival aimed at bringing world-class photography to the North is heading to Harrogate Convention Centre for its second year and may well be right up your street.
Photo North Festival, run by a small team of photography and curatorial professionals, is back for a second year from November 30 – December 2, 2019. The festival brings together a sensational display of exhibitions, talks, workshops and portfolio reviews from highly respected and emerging artists.
This year’s artists include Mik Crtichlow, Getty Images Gallery, Pink Lady®Food Photographer of the Year, Document Scotland, Portrait Salon, Jim Mortram, Carolyn Mendleshohn, Denis Thorpe, Lens Think, Runway Gallery, John Bolloten, Craig Easton and more.
Main image: Easton. Louise Aberdeen.
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