One Camera, Two Lands

Les Sharp
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Dates:
Entry Fee: Free
Exhibition Event:
Official Opening 10/05/2018 6:00 pm

One Camera, Two :Lands. A view of the Australian Outback from the air, and a glimpse of Ol China as the country adapts to the modern digital age.

A view of the Australian outback from the air, as the land is renewed at the start of the planting season. And, pulling the curtain aside to glimpse Old China as the country adapts to the modern digital age.

Les combined two careers into one. As a senior research scientist in Fusion Physics, he was part of the international program to produce sustainable, clean energy using the processes of the sun. As an Australian photographer, he travelled the globe seeking out exotic places and cultures. He is also into sport, and was the photographer for the Australian and Russian Gymnastic Federations at seven World Championships, receiving an Australian OAM for his contribution to the sport.

Free entry with wine sampling and canapes for the Gala opening, Thursday 10 May, 18:00-20:00

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Les combined two careers into one. As a senior research scientist in Fusion Physics, he was part of the international program to produce sustainable, clean energy using the processes of the sun. As an Australian photographer, he travelled the globe seeking out exotic places and cultures. He is also into sport, and was the photographer for the Australian and Russian Gymnastic Federations at seven World Championships, receiving an Australian OAM for his contribution to the sport.

This event has concluded
Dates:
Entry Fee: Free
Exhibition Event:
Official Opening 10/05/2018 6:00 pm
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