Join the Old Fire Station, O3 Gallery and The Jam Factory for a series of exhibitions and workshops exploring and celebrating creative analogue photography. Lo-Fi, i.e ‘Low-fidelity’, is a recognised generic term used widely within popular culture to describe photographic practices which embrace low quality exposure and prioritise aesthetic effect over digital accuracy. Throughout this project visitors are encouraged to participate in workshops and photo trails with their own pictures or admire and be inspired by the work of others. Unleash your creative photo potential and get shooting!

At the Old Fire Station, six analogue photography artists – Chris Benfield, Jessica Lennan, Laura Hill-Lines, Mark Nash, Gwinyayi Gabriel Nyagowa and Robert Darch – will be exhibiting some of the finest photographs shot on film. Photographs by the public of Oxford will also be on display in the Shop following a Scavenger Hunt on the 10th May.