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Great Yorkshire AV Day - Sunday 16th Novemebr 2014

Please note our new venue is Leeds Trinity University, Brownberrie Lane, Horsforth, Leeds LS18 5HD
Starting time 10.30 am


Details to Follow Shortly

Download your booking form here and for more information contact Bryan Stubbs

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RPS AV Day Trinity University Sunday 12th April 2015 starting at 10.30

Our speaker is Allan Green FRPS
Allan attended Leeds College of Art, studying to be a graphic artist. He worked in advertising in Leeds before joining Rowntree & Co. in York in 1958, becoming responsible for seasonal designs, and using his interest in photography to produce pictures and designs for chocolate boxes, Christmas lines and Easter egg packaging.
His interest in photography began when he was a boy, attending Leeds Camera Club in the 1940s and 1950s, eventually serving on its council.
In 1955 he joined The Royal Photographic Society, and was made an Associate in 1957, and subsequently a Fellow. His main interest was black and white pictorial prints, many of which were accepted at national exhibitions, including the prestigious London of Salon of Photography.
To connect his love of music with his hobby, he became interested in audio visual work. He joined the RPS AV Group in its early days, and has since served on the RPS Distinctions panel. In 1993 his sequence ‘When the Grass was Greener’ won the National AV Championship. Two years later the sequence ‘Edward Elgar England’ won the Grand Prix at the Dutch International Festival. His work has been shown in many other countries including France, Germany, Italy, Luxembourg and Australia, and many awards have followed.
Allan is a prolific sequence maker, and has produced over 100, covering a wide variety of subjects. Allan will show us some of his sequences and relate how the stories, many of which are humorous, came about.

Timetable
The meeting starts at 10.30 with attendee’s sequences. This is your chance to show off your work and get some kind, helpful comments on improving it or maybe just saying how wonderful it is. This is always an important and enjoyable part of our day so please bring along your AVs.
We will break for lunch about 13.00 and Allan will speak to us from 14.00 until about 16.30 or so with a break for tea/coffee at about 15.00.

Practicalities
Leeds Trinity University is located in Brownberrie Lane, Horsforth LS18 5HD.
Here is a link to their website on how to find them: http://www.leedstrinity.ac.uk/aboutus/findus/pages/default.aspx.
If anyone needs more information please contact Bryan Stubbs.
There is plenty of free car parking available on site and our meeting will be held in the Auditorium and Conference suite. This is situated through the main Reception Area. ( Nos 13 and 14 on the campus map. http://www.leedstrinity.ac.uk/aboutus/findus/documents/campus-map-june-2013.pdf )
Please arrive by 10.00 if possible and have a cup of tea/coffee and a chat before the meeting starts at 10.30.

Lunch Arrangements.
Our team of helpers will again be organising the lunch.
We will be providing sandwiches similar to last time together with a small pork pie, packet of crisps, fruit and chocolate biscuit and drinks of tea/coffee/orange juice. This is all available at the bargain price of £5. You may of course bring your own lunch if you wish.

Tea/Coffee during the day.
Tea/Coffee will be provided from 10.00 before the meeting and tea/coffee and biscuits in the afternoon as part of the registration fee which is at present held at £10 for RPS AV Group members and £12 for non members.

Dinner Possibilities.
Unfortunately the University can not provide a meal after the event as previously. The dining room is closed as the students are on Easter holidays. They should be able to provide a carvery for our next meeting in November.
There are several pub meal possibilities in nearby Horsforth if anyone wishes to eat before they return home.

Details can be downloaded here and the booking form can be downloaded here or by contacting Bryan Stubbs We look forward to seeing you there. If you have never attended one of these events then do not miss out on this opportunity to meet one of the world's leading exponents of Audio Visual.