Wednesday, January 7, 2015

Upcoming Exhibition: FotoFilmic'14 & 8x10 Impossible Project Workshop

Opening Reception: January 17, 2015, 6 - 8pm

with introduction and Q&A at 6pm

Allison Barnes

Marinos Tsagkarakis

January 17 - January 30, 2015

FotoFilmic was founded in 2012 as a global film-photography publication and curation platform dedicated to emerging and unknown photo talents attached to film worldwide.  In the global context of digital technology FotoFilmic reflects an ongoing transformative understanding of Film Photography as a distinct fine art medium and practice within contemporary photography. While most film shooters are presently found in academic art departments pursing advanced degrees, FotoFilmic’s core intention is to open wide the publication doors of contemporary film photography to all talented amateurs without restriction of ages or location that demonstrate high quality of execution and creative envisioning.

dnj Gallery will be hosting FotoFilmic’14, the second annual and global film photography competition.  In January, 2015, this traveling exhibition will come from Vancouver, Canada to Los Angeles, California.  We will be having a talk/presentation, at the beginning of the opening reception, at 6pm.  They will introduce the FotoFilmic organization and competition and relate it to the exhibition in its representation of contemporary film photography, and then answer questions in an informal open dialogue with the audience.

Join us at dnj Gallery on Saturday, January 24, for an "Impossible Project," 8 x 10 camera workshop. This hands-on workshop will teach participants the basics of using an 8 x 10 camera, and will include a portrait to take home. This workshop is held in conjunction with the FotoFilmic exhibition. The workshop will cost $95.00 (discounted price available for dnj supporters who are signed up on our e-mail list). Advanced registration required. The workshop will last three hours, beginning at 1pm. To register, click here.

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