Paisley - Paisley Photographic Society
Paisley Methodist Central Hall is an imposing Edwardian building in the Free Renaissance style designed by architects Watson and Salmond and constructed in 1908. The building is one of the few remaining central halls still in use by the Methodist Church and the only one in Scotland.
For Doors Open Days we will present a Photographic exhibition to showcase the work of the Society’s members and to promote photography as an enjoyable and educational pursuit.
Members from Paisley Photographic will be in attendance to offer advice/guidance on all aspects of photography as well as answering any questions regarding the images in the exhibition.
Where to find us
- Methodist Central Hall
- 7 Gauze Street
- PA1 1EP
Programmes this building took part in: