Professional photographer Bryan Rutledge will deliver a heitage and photography talk on war photographers and the photography of the First World War at the Roe Valley Arts Centre.
Bryan is currently Museum and Heritage photographer for a range of organisations including the National Museum in Dublin and the Northern Ireland War Memorial.
His talk will explore the lives and work of a number of principal war photographers whose bravery and skill led to the production of a range of powerful and iconic images from the First World War.
Bryan's talk will focus on the photography as seen from a photographer's point of view, what could be photographer, what equipment was used and what happened to photographs.
Admission to this talk is free.