2-Year Anniversary Celebration!

 

The SLC Photo Collective is excited to announce that we will be celebrating our two-year anniversary on the night of July 26th, 2013.

Two years ago, we anxiously opened the doors of our new community, collaborative workspace with a group exhibition that highlighted 25 industry leading photographers in our community. Our goal was to showcase the diversity that exists amongst photographers in Salt Lake City. 

Two years later, it is pretty incredible, as well as, humbling to recognize just how many creative projects and collaborations have occured. We do our best to provide opportunities and bring many like minded people together. 
As part of our 2 year celebration, we will again be featuring 25 one of a kind large scale mural prints from professional and up-and-coming photographers in SLC. Fine Artists and Commercial Photographers who continue to set the new standard.

We would love for you to join us in celebrating our two year anniversary. We will be showcasing a large scale gallery exhibition accompanied by Live Music, refreshments, dancing, and the premiere of a Photo Collective short film. In support of the Artists, as well as the collective, all mural prints and take-away sizes will be available for purchase. We will be running the Photo Booth, and accepting donations to continue our efforts to bring you all together.

We will continue our celebrations by recreating a Historical portrait originally photographed in 1906 of approximately 50 immigrants standing outside the front of our studio building. We will then be printing and displaying both images next to one another as part of a permanent installation in our studio. Come be a part of this amazing celebration of the evolution of photography and the history of our city in support of the SLC Photo Collective. We look forward to seeing you on July 26th, 2013. 

Long Story Short, it's going to be a good time!

-SLC Photo Collective


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