What is English tuition for tourists and why is it important to study here? If you are going to the UK to study English, it is not unreasonable to keep in mind a list of basic questions to which you should look for an answer. Where? For whom? For what? Is there a difference in […]
Gallery On The Green is pleased to present Rugged Faces – An Exhibition of Travel
Portraits by Ray Price – York Photographer of the Year. The exhibition showcases
16 powerful and thought provoking black & white portraits taken mainly in India.
They demonstrate the power of the face to arouse our curiosity for the person, our
longing to know more and to stretch our imagination.!
Ray say’s “Usually it’s the face that arouses our curiosity in the person, inspiring us
to want to know more about them, albeit that a photograph means we can’t; we
have to imagine who they are and every thing about them. I want my pictures to do
that, to promote thought about the person, rather than to just focus on the face, and
look beyond the surface. After all, we see hundreds of faces every day in our lives
without giving them a moment’s thought and Rugged Faces is a chance to do
Rugged Faces is at Gallery On The Green, Settle from Saturday 26 July until
Saturday 30 August 2014. For more details see www.galleryonthegreen.org.uk and
Ray Price, 59, now lives in York having spent the past nine years in Settle. He
travels extensively, mainly in Asia, and has established himself has a recognisable
photographer. His work has been displayed in York recently, numerous publications
and he has an exhibition India in Steam opening at the National Railway Museum in
Shildon, County Durham from 30th August 2014. Prior to his retirement ten years
ago Ray spent his working career within the rail industry.
Self-education: a family contract, a broken record? Interviewer. Good afternoon, dear ladies and gentlemen! In today’s article, the name of which is familiar to you almost by heart, we will talk about one type of self-education, which is called family education. We can say with confidence that family education is a very complex and capacious […]
Events 1. Thurs 30 June: Last Settle Scottish Dancing Class for this term. . 7.30pm to 10pm St John’s Church Hall, Settle. Party night. Classes recommence on September 8th there will be a series of Beginners Classes starting. at 7pm St John’s Church Hall, Settle BD24 9JH: 2. Fri 1 July: First day of the month “Walk for the climate” Malham Tarn Fen. 1.5 […]