4 October - 2 November 2014

a Photoworks production

Stories Seen Through a Glass Plate: Family Day

1929 Night view of Lewes High StreetCliffe High Street with hanging lamps 1929 © Edward Reeves, Lewes

Lewes Castle & Museum, Brighton& Edward Reeves Photography Studio

Sun 26 Oct 11am – 4pm

A day of hands-on activities and workshops for all ages celebrating the Reeves Studio, believed to be the oldest continuously operated photographic studio in the world.

Make and try out your own pinhole camera with photographer Melanie King or explore a half-plate camera with Tom Reeves himself. Abigail Norris leads Still Moving a drop in workshop at the Edward Reeves Victorian studio- capturing personal responses to the exhibition Stories Seen Through a Glass Plate and memories of the Reeves Studio. Share your thoughts whilst being videoed using the same studio, lighting, chairs and background as the original studio portraits.

Tom Reeves himself will be present to answer questions during the day.

FREE but admission charges apply
To book call 01273 486290 or email castle@sussexpast.co.uk

 This venue has no wheelchair access.