Haiti exhibition opening – more…
Today I’m sitting in the rather wonderful il Mondo cafe in Hull, writing and editing on a sunny afternoon, which isn’t a bad thing at all. I thought I’d take the chance to say thank you again to everyone who came along on Tuesday night to the opening of the Tearfund photographic exhibition, ‘Haiti: Beyond the Rubble’ at the Workstation in Sheffield.
It was great to have people from so many parts of my life all together, and wonderful to see the pictures up in the space of the Atrium at the Workstation – it felt like they really had room to work well. And most of the pictures stayed on the wall for the whole evening, which was a relief (still don’t know why the one that didn’t, kept falling down… Must go back to check on it…).
If you didn’t make it along to the opening, the exhibition runs until 3 November (though I’m likely to be taking it down most of that day – feel free to drop in and say hi, or buy me a coffee).
If I get round to it, there’ll be a time lapse video of the evening (shows the falling picture rather well…). Meanwhile, here’s a gallery of pictures from the evening:
richard hanson :: photographer :: sheffield