Photography Workshop – Boyup Brook CRC - Three Red Ponies

Photography Workshop – Boyup Brook CRC

In preparation for the ‘What’s Your Angle’ Photography Exhibition that I am honoured to have been asked to judge again this year, I will be doing a photography workshop at the Boyup Brook Community Resource Centre on Thursday 5th September 2019 from 1-3pm.

If you are interested in attending, bookings are essential, email boyupbrook@crc.net.au or phone 9765 1169 to register.

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Photography Workshop – Boyup Brook CRC

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In preparation for the ‘What’s Your Angle’ Photography Exhibition that I am honoured to have been asked to judge again this year, I will be doing a photography workshop at the Boyup Brook Community Resource Centre on Thursday 5th September 2019 from 1-3pm. If you are interested in attending, bookings are essential, email boyupbrook@crc.net.au or phone 9765 1169 to register.

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