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Westacre Theatre to expose new photographic exhibition The World Through The Lens

Westacre Theatre will be launching a brand-new photographic exhibition called The World Through The Lens on Sunday, January 20.

Showcasing masterpieces from a freshly-formed collective called ‘Decent Exposure’, the display reflects imaginative thinking from the group of like-minded artists bursting full of new ideas.

Since its inception, the theatre has taken pride in presenting up and coming talent across a wide range of artistry.

Decent Exposure Group shot 1.jpg (6292070)
Decent Exposure Group shot 1.jpg (6292070)

Once again, the light and airy venue has moved quickly to be the very first in securing the opportunity for these creative photographers to transform our views of the natural world around us and the diversity of people with whom we all share our lives.

If “a picture is worth a thousand words” then their work can help encourage questioning attitudes.

So what attracts these discerning artistic maestros to give such a serious interest to photography?

An effective means of expression in the modern digital age, this respected art form can claim a long heritage from the early days of roll films and dark rooms when many of the creative principles were firmly established and are still followed by successful practitioners today.

These exhibitors increasingly benefit from the lively social interaction generated by the vibrant collective ‘Decent Exposure’.

The students search for distinctive landscapes and unusual wildlife with a critical judgement. Seeing the world just that little bit differently from their fellows will lead them to an original interpretation – there is plenty of scope for practising that skill in the beautiful Norfolk countyside.

‘Decent Exposure’ would like to share their views on “The World Through The Lens” with everyone who appreciates thought-provoking images; all work is available for purchase.

Westacre Theatre is running the exhibition in its foyer gallery until Sunday, March 10; it is free to visit at all performance times and also during weekdays by prior arrangement simply by calling 01760 755007.

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