Portrait of a Town

29th May - 10th October

Tuesday - Sunday, 11am-4pm

The Granary Gallery

Free Admission

Portrait of a Town

Booked free timed entry tickets to the exhibition here*

The Photo Centre collection encapsulates almost every aspect of life in Berwick between 1951, when the David Smith founded his photojournalism business in the town, until 2012 when his son Ian retired.

The exhibition will offer a glimpse into the lives of townspeople of Berwick over the last 60 years. Aspects of everyday life such industries which once thrived in the town, shops, leisure time activities ranging from darts teams to leek shows with sit alongside the images the Smiths captured of news events and life events.

Portrait of a Town has been commissioned by Berwick Visual Arts and Berwick Record Office and curated by Cameron Robertson. It has been supported by Northumberland Archives, the Friends of Berwick & District Museum and Archives and the Community Foundation.

Visit the exhibition online at www.photocentreberwick.co.uk

*Visitors can book a specific timeslot to visit the gallery via the links above and will be given priorty entry to the exhibition. We also welcome visitors who haven't booked in advance, but they may need to queue if the gallery has reached capacity. Read our full Covid-19 visitor guidelines here

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