WHAT WE DO
We meet from September to May on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of every month (except in December when we meet on the 2nd Thursday only). On the 2nd Thursday, we have a jam-packed program with guest speakers and member presentations. On the 4th Thursday, competitions are held which are a golden opportunity for members to not only show their work, but also to learn about the art of critiquing and evaluating images. Throughout the year we also offer other member activities (e.g., workshops, outings, special interest group meetings, mentoring, social events).
HOW WE GOT HERE: 1975 TO 2015
During our 40th Anniversary year of 2015, Mufty Mathewson (Club Historian) wrote about the Club's growth, the members and our accomplishments from 1975 to 2015. In 2015, Mufty's 'musings' were published in each issue of Imagery, the Club's newsletter, and below is the link to all the articles compiled into one document. Please take a moment to enjoy how we got here.
During the months of July and August, various photographic activities/opportunities taking place in and outside of Edmonton will be posted for members to consider.
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If you have an event you think members might enjoy, please send the details to the email@example.com.
Please NOTE: There will be no official outings over the summer.
Please note: One of our members, Jason Badry, has taken the lead for a meetup (Edmonton Photo Walk).
WHERE WE MEET
Pleasantview Community Hall at 10860-57 Avenue Edmonton, Alberta, Canada T6H 0Y8
Volunteer Photographers Needed
Kids4Cameras is an Edmonton- based initiative that focuses on building relationships with homeless and at-risk youth through photography. Our mission is to empower youth to be successful, creative and proactive. As we continue to grow and develop, the need for photographers to run our programs goes up. We're looking for passionate, community-minded photographers to join our cause. We are reaching out to Photography clubs with our message and hoping it may interest some of your members. If you want more information the website is www.kids4cameras.com and you may contact Debbie Boccabella at firstname.lastname@example.org.