The Public Record Office of Northern Ireland (PRONI) invites you to the UK premiere of Ground Zero 360°, a photographic exhibition which uses harrowing visuals, chilling audio clips and a unique panoramic installation to depict the startling aftermath of one of the most tragic events in American history - ‘9/11’.
The exhibition has been put together by Nicola McClean, a New York based Irish photographer who used her camera to document the devastation of the day, and her husband, Paul McCormack, an NYPD police captain who was part of the rescue mission.
Ground Zero 360° will run from 3rd May – 25th May 2012 at PRONI’s state of the art new building in Belfast’s historic Titanic Quarter.
The exhibition has been greatly received on both sides of the Atlantic and we hope that you will be able to join us in welcoming it to PRONI
We look forward to seeing you,
Public Record Office of Northern Ireland
2 Titanic Boulevard
Belfast BT3 9HQ
Telephone: 028 90 534800
It's Spring and the beasties or coming out to play, now would be a great time to start snapping.
Antrim Camera Club has been invited to put on a Wildlife Exhibition at Greenmount Campus on the 7th/8th of July 2012.
Any wildlife images are welcome if using captive zoo animals etc please insure they look like they where taken in the wild. Any size of print on mounts 50cm x 40cm would be ideal to show of your images.
If members would like to bring these prints along to the club before the summer break it would be much appreciated.