The Photographic Guild of Nova Scotia
Meredith, Hazel, PSA Journal
This month the Journal's occasional article entitled Focus, which features a member or member-club, turns to The Photographic Guild of Nova Scotia, which is the largest club in Atlantic Canada.
The Photographic Guild of Nova Scotia (PGNS) is the largest photographic club in Atlantic Canada with over 140 members. The club was founded in 1947 to help foster and encourage the art and science of photography among members and the public. Its founders agreed to call the organization, The Color Photographic Guild of the Maritimes. Early members were quite active in the Guild and field trips were held throughout the province. That first fall, the Guild ambitiously decided to "go international" and the first Halifax International Salon was planned for the following spring, which ultimately included 988 monochrome prints and 996 color slides. Fourteen Guild members received acceptances with several …
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Publication information: Article title: The Photographic Guild of Nova Scotia. Contributors: Meredith, Hazel - Author. Magazine title: PSA Journal. Volume: 74. Issue: 7 Publication date: July 2008. Page number: 8+. © 2008 Photographic Society of America, Inc. COPYRIGHT 2008 Gale Group.
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