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Hereford Photography Month

Hereford Photography Month ends soon, so come along and see the splendid exhibitions on the theme of ‘Communities’ at Apple Store Gallery, The Courtyard Centre for the Arts and Hereford College of Arts.

As part of Hereford Photography Month, Apple Store Gallery is showing work by local photographers and digital artists under the title ‘Photography in the Marches’.

Designed to show the breadth of work being produced in the area, some artists have also embraced the HPM theme of ‘Communities’.

Ian Gorton, Chris Hall, Nick Helme, Brian Holley, Sam Hughes and Alex Pownall will be joined by guest graduate Jason Carden.

Our normal opening times are Tuesday to Friday, 9.30 to 4.30 and Saturday, 10.00 to 1.00.

We can also open at other times by arrangement, please call 01432 263937.

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