The Scottish National Portrait Gallery has recently acquired an unparalleled collection of over 15,000 photographs which provide a unique insight into Scottish life and identity from the 1840s to the 1940s. This was a century of dramatic transformation and innovation. The collection includes work from many of the early pioneers of photography. Anne Lydon, Chief Curator, Photography, at the National Galleries of Scotland, will discuss the importance of this collection, as well as explaining the calotype process (an early form of photography).

Bedern Hall

York, YO1 7AL

Entry details

To book, please contact Lindsay Councell on eastyorkshire@artfund.org.uk or call 01423 330388

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