Archaeology Through the Lens

Event:
Archaeology Through the Lens
Start:
November 1, 2021
End:
April 30, 2022
Venue:
DIG: An Archaeological Adventure
Category:
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Updated:
November 1, 2021
Photography Exhibition 4

Load, compose, shoot and develop. No second chances.

Film cameras captured moments in time in a way that today’s digital imaging has forgotten.

Join us for a special exhibition at DIG, looking through the archaeologist’s camera lens, as we delve into York Archaeological Trust’s archives to reveal a series of images from key excavations that began to uncover York’s Roman past…

Explore how photography has changed in the last 50 years, including stories from past and present photographers; displays of the camera equipment used to capture history, as it was uncovered; and examples of modern photographic techniques.

A fantastic experience for camera enthusiasts and history lovers.

No need to book, just turn up to DIG.

Exhibition prices:
£2.50 adult, £1.50 concession and child, £7.25 Family of 4, £8 Family of £5.
Free entry for students until 31 December 2021
One complimentary Exhibition Catalogue per group on entry (only valid on exhibition only tickets).

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