Date(s) - 05/10/2017
11:30 am - 12:30 pm
A series of illustrated lunchtime talks examining the work, life and times of Olive Edis, Norfolk’s pioneering woman photographer. She photographed the spectrum of British society: from fishermen to kings. Olive Edis was a pioneer of photographic techniques and the first British woman appointed as an official war photographer.
This talk by Alistair Murphy, Curator of Cromer Museum, is about Olive Edis as war photographer.
Admission, £2.50 Museum Pass £1.50. Advance booking essential – tel. 01263 513543