WHAT WE DO
We meet at 7:30 p.m. on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of every month from September to May (except in December when we meet on the 2nd Thursday only). On the 2nd Thursday, we have a guest speaker and a member showcase. The 4th Thursday is competition night, which is a golden opportunity for members to show their work and also to learn about the art of critiquing images.
We offer a variety of activities to our members: workshops, outings, and special interest groups. We also lend our support to community events, promote our members' work, and host exhibits.
HOW TO BECOME A MEMBER
For info on joining us and membership benefits, click here
WHERE WE MEET
Pleasantview Community Hall
10860 57 Ave NW, Edmonton, AB, Canada T6H 0Y8
Winning entries from the 2020 annual competition
IAAC has suspended all in-person activities until September 2020. Keep checking this page, as online activities are being announced frequently.
The officers of IACC and other members of the Board of Directors will remain in their current roles until members can meet to hold elections.
Stay home. Stay warm. Stay safe. Be alert. Practice your photography and/or try new photography things at home. There are plenty of ideas and keeping your mind busy doing something you like will help uplift your spirit.
Please follow the Alberta's Chief Medical Officer's advice.
PANDEMIC-OGRAPHY: Photo Friday
This week's Photo Friday will be at Legislative grounds and surrounding area. In addition to the Leg grounds, the High Level bridge is right beside the Leg grounds. There is 2 hour free parking on the east side of the grounds. If we meet around 9:30 at the main entrance on the north side of the Leg building, and we can talk about where to meet for our picnic lunch, AKA bring your own sandwich, drink and chair, if you have a suggestion for lunch location, please post it here, See you then
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