James Ravilious: An Eye for Life
James Ravilious took over 80,000 black and white images in North Devon of all aspects of local life: landscape, farming, everyday life in the local towns and villages, and their special occasions. This exhibition displays a selection of photographs from the Museum’s collection.
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The High Street: Documentary Photography Open
The High Street Inspired by the James Ravilious collection this exhibition celebrates local documentary photography. Bringing together photographs from archives and organisations the museum has created a collection of North Devon’s high streets of the past. As part of the exhibition local photographers were asked to document their current high streets. The public can vote […]
Documentary Photography Open
The Museum of Barnstaple and North Devon are excited to announce the new annual ‘Documentary Photography Open’ held during February to April in the community gallery. The exhibition is free to enter and will provide a platform for amateur to established contemporary photographers looking to improve their exposure, enhance their practice and help document North […]