Meet the Artist Jack Latham

RPS House 337 Paintworks Bath Road Bristol United Kingdom BS4 3AR

01173164452
[email protected]
www.rps.org

Saturday 07 December 2019
14:30 - 16:30
Opening Hours: 10:00 - 17:00
Admission Fee: £8 / £5 members & concessions
Booking recommended
www.rps.org/events/2019/december/07/meet-the-artist---jack-latham

Jack Latham is a photographer based in Bristol. He is the author of several photobooks, A Pink Flamingo (2015), Sugar Paper Theories (2016) and Parliament of Owls (2019). His work has featured in a number of solo shows which include, Reykjavik Museum of Photography and TJ Boulting Gallery. Latham’s projects have also gone on to win multiple awards including the Bar-Tur Photobook award (2015), Image Vevey - Heidi. News Prize (2019) & the BJP International Photography Award (2019).

 

 

Please visit www.rps.org/visit to help plan your trip. Please be aware that the car park in the Paintworks on a weekday is limited to three hours.  Weekends and evenings after 6pm are umlimited.

 

Bristol Temple Meads is a 30-minute walk to Paintworks.

Busses running from Bristol Temple Meads to Paintworks are: 1, 178, 349 or the X39, but please check before leaving.

A Park & Ride service is available from Brislington Park & Ride. More information can be found at www.travelwest.info/park-ride/bristol/brislington  

 

Local Parking

If you need to bring your car and don’t want to use the Park and Ride Buses, you can book a place to park at a nearby supermarket using this link yourparkingspace.co.uk

You can also park all-day for £5 at Arnos Manor.  Visitors will need to go to the hotel reception to purchase a ticket to display on their windscreen. 

 

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