The exhibition, titled Wildlife of the World, will take place at St James's House on Charlotte street. All creatures big and small are included. This is a real journey from jungle to desert, including elephants, insects and monkeys. Explore wildlife from around the world as captured by photographers who were given the brief to show animals in their natural state. The exhibitions hopes to encourage visitors to protect wildlife and appreciate the natural beauty of all the creatures in the world. This is a brilliant show for lovers of nature, photography and animals. Wildlife photography is an amazing skill as it takes patience, speedy photographing skills and the ability to travel to different environments. The work on show really exhibits the diverse range of animals in the world and the beauty of all creatures.
Wildlife of the World is currently touring the UK. The exhibition is run by The Photographic Angle (TPA), a charitable organisation who promote photography to the public. They showcase work in places such as office buildings. The organisation brings photography to unusual spaces bringing art to places you wouldn't normally expect. This makes photography accessible to the public with a diverse range of free shows. As part of their charitable work, The Photographic Angle promote photographers from professionals to amateurs and students. It is a great organisation for new photographers to submit work to, as it will be shared with a diverse audience. The exhibition will share the photos with technical information, thematic details and tips on photography, so this is a great event for budding photographers to visit to learn something new.
Taking place from 31st January 2018 until 4th February, there is plenty of time to see the exhibition. The exhibition will be in St James House, an office building on Charlotte street. A member of staff will be available at the entrance to the building to direct you to the show, so don't worry about being able to find it.
With free entry, this is another great event to attend in Manchester which will not cost you anything. There are so many cultural events which residents and visitors can enjoy. Open 10am-3pm daily, come along and enjoy a bit of Wildlife in the city.