Events

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Lomographers all over the world are hosting fantastic happenings almost every day - from photowalks, to meetups, workshops, exhibitions and more. Scroll through our global calendar for upcoming events and join us! Think we should know about an amazing event in your area not already listed? Send us the details through this form or through email to events@lomography.com and we will add it here!

Ongoing Events

  • Fine Bright Day

    2022-09-21 – 2023-02-15 · United States
    Fine Bright Day

    ALICE AUSTEN (1866 –1942) was one of America’s earliest and most prolific female photographers. This exhibition examines the range of Austen’s photography and specifically inserts her into a contemporary context as the modern woman she was. 22 newly printed photographs are paired, and accompanied by interpretive text by leading scholars, artists and activists from the LGBTQ+ and allied community.

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  • 30 Years of Lomography

    2022-11-23 – 2023-11-23
    30 Years of Lomography

    In November 1992, the Lomography story began in the grand-old city of Vienna, Austria. We’re now 30 years old and are proud to be an eccentric, free, enthusiastic, creative, experimental, social, wonderful Lomography Community, uniting millions of analogue admirers from around the world who are keen to help us keep film photography alive. Get ready for a full year of birthday celebrations, the experimentation must go on!

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  • The Spirit of Revue Noire: A Founding Collection

    2022-11-25 – 2023-03-31 · Madagascar
    The Spirit of Revue Noire: A Founding Collection

    HAKANTO CONTEMPORARY, Antananarivo, Madagascar is pleased to present The Spirit of Revue Noire: A Founding Collection, a survey of works from the collection of African publication RevueNoire. Running from November 25, 2022, to March 31, 2023, the exhibition features over 140 photographs by nearly 30 international photographers, bringing the important international collection to Madagascan audiences for the first time. Revisiting the quarterly publication, it reflects on Revue Noire’s inspirational and influential vision. The exhibition highlights the vital role that photography plays in deciphering and accentuating the diversity of contemporary practices across the continent.

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  • Pinhole London Presents: Tottenham Through a Pinhole Exhibition

    2022-11-28 – 2023-01-31 · United Kingdom
    Pinhole London Presents: Tottenham Through a Pinhole Exhibition

    In October 2022 Pinhole London led a series of workshops to explore the heritage and culture of Tottenham through pinhole photography. This is an open exhibition celebrating the creative work of local photographers.

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  • International Krappy Kamera Competition 2023

    2022-11-30 – 2023-01-30 · United States
    International Krappy Kamera Competition 2023

    Soho Photo Gallery is pleased to announce the 25th International Krappy Kamera Competition – it is also the 30th anniversary of the SPG members Krappy Kamera shows! Our philosophy at Soho Photo Gallery is that in the hands of any artist great photographs can be made with basic equipment. To explore this talent, we are searching for extraordinary photographs made with lousy lenses.

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Upcoming Events

  • MONO NO AWARE & GOWANUS DARKROOM PRESENT: Bring Your Own Black & White NON-TOXIC MIXER

    2023-03-03 · United States
    MONO NO AWARE & GOWANUS DARKROOM PRESENT: Bring Your Own Black & White NON-TOXIC MIXER

    Welcome to the fifth edition of the BYOB/W FREE WORKSHOP in non-toxic processing at the GOWANUS DARKROOM. Join us FRIDAY MARCH 3RD to learn how to process your black and white film using beer and coffee – Super 8 mm, 16 mm, 35 mm, Medium Format, 4" x 5", 70 mm, ALL AGES + ALL FORMATS WELCOME! Everyone who attends will learn how to mix their own negative processing chemistry using a combination of consumable items from the grocery store. We’ll go over basic non-toxic processing options, then mix a synthesized solution created by Chris Knudsen and Steve Cossman based on the classic Caffenol (coffee) recipe and a beer processing “soup” developed by a friend of the org (and master chemist) Dagie Brundert. All ingredients, equipment, and safety gear will be provided – Bring Your Own Black & White as an exposed roll/cartridge of black and white film, still or moving images. We will also have film dryers, light tables, and projectors. SCANNING FOR ALL FORMATS AVAILABLE from Gowanus Darkroom and MONO NO AWARE.

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  • MONO NO AWARE: Color Photograms on 35 mm Motion Picture Film

    2023-03-04 · United States
    MONO NO AWARE: Color Photograms on 35 mm Motion Picture Film

    Join us in creating full-color moving image photograms on 35 mm film through traditional methods and DIY contact printing techniques! Participants will generate test strips with multiple color filters and have the option to layer photographic images using sync-blocks to bi-pack original footage with color positive stock. We’ll arrange, expose, develop and view work all in the same afternoon. Each participant will receive 50 of 35 mm film stock, access to chemistry, lab equipment, and safety gear. After completing tests and experiments as a collective group each participant will have 4 additional hours of access to the darkroom and wet lab facilities to create their own unique moving image photogram. Finished projects will be presented after the conclusion of the course at our screening party at Anthology Film Archives.

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  • MONO NO AWARE: Shoot Your Own B/W Titles on the OXBERRY ANIMATION STAND

    2023-03-05 · United States
    MONO NO AWARE: Shoot Your Own B/W Titles on the OXBERRY ANIMATION STAND

    In this workshop participants will be introduced to the method of making titles using the Oxberry Animation Stand. We’ll work as a group to shoot a demonstration for the method, then each individual participant will generate an exposure test in order to determine how to best shoot their own title. After settings have been identified, you’ll shoot 20’ of titles to edit into your film. The curriculum will cover the basics of loading ESTAR film stocks into your camera, how to conduct an exposure test, and how to create static top-lit titles from a printed cell. We will go over key chemical reactions, how to mix our own B/W chemistry and everything you’ll need to know to continue the process at home or at the MONO facility. All chemicals and equipment will be provided. Put the finishing touches on your film with crisp titles in BLACK & WHITE! Finished projects will also be presented after the conclusion of the course at our screening party at Anthology Film Archives.

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  • MONO NO AWARE: Super-8 mm Color Reversal Filmmaking

    2023-03-06 – 2023-03-27 · United States
    MONO NO AWARE: Super-8 mm Color Reversal Filmmaking

    Learn the art and craft of Super 8 mm filmmaking shooting on Kodak’s newly re-released Ektachrome color reversal film! This will be a hands-on class designed for the beginner that covers all aspects of Super 8 mm filmmaking: cameras, angle, story, exposure, lighting, editing, and projection. Participants will conceive, capture, hand-develop and edit their own projection ready film prints. 2 workshops in 1 as you will also learn how to mix chemistry and develop your own film. We will also discuss alternatives to projection, sound, and how to promote your short film work with a list of Super 8 mm friendly film festivals around the world. All equipment and materials will be provided for. Finished projects will be presented after the conclusion of the course at our screening party at Anthology Film Archives.

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  • New York Now: Home – A Photography Triennial

    2023-03-10 – 2023-04-04 · United States
    New York Now: Home – A Photography Triennial

    The Museum of the City of New York is pleased to announce the first in an ongoing series of triennial photography exhibitions that will engage themes and issues of the contemporary city. The first installment will examine the idea of “Home.” At its most practical, “Home” refers to the literal places we dwell. Yet it can also stand for family, or the communities of which we choose to be a part. This vital and complex concept arises in often surprising ways in our urban context, from highly personal experiences to debates over public policy. This exhibition aims to look at how artists have responded to and interpreted these issues.

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  • International Krappy Kamera Competition 2023 Opening Reception

    2023-03-16 · United States
    International Krappy Kamera Competition 2023 Opening Reception

    Soho Photo Gallery is pleased to announce the 25th International Krappy Kamera Competition – it is also the 30th anniversary of the SPG members Krappy Kamera shows! The gallery is located in lower Manhattan and is New York City’s longest running co-operative photography gallery. All selected photographs will be exhibited at the Gallery as well as on our website. Discover the submissions to the Krappy Kamera Competition during the opening reception.

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  • MONO NO AWARE: Flatbed Editing on the STEENBECK Editor

    2023-03-23 · United States
    MONO NO AWARE: Flatbed Editing on the STEENBECK Editor

    Learn to cut and edit your own 16 mm film on a flatbed editing table, the STEENBECK. We’ll cover the basics of operation, how to clean and maintain the table, replace bulbs, standard and unconventional uses of the table, and editing workflows. We’ll talk about the different makes and models and open the table up to see what makes it tick. The Model housed at MONO NO AWARE will also play Mag sound, Optical track and Magnetic track! Logically, we’ll also talk about the accompanying tools and materials; wax pencils, guillotine splicer, leaders and all the necessary items to prepare your work print or projection-ready print. All equipment is accessible to you after the workshop is over here at the MONO HQ. Each participant will get hands on experience of the process and 4 hours of access to the MONO studio at a later date to work on their own projects.

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  • Film Photography Day

    2023-04-12
    Film Photography Day

    In 2013, we celebrated the first Film Photography Day. Since then, we’ve made it a yearly habit to honor the creativity and the passion of analogue photography-lovers around the world through exciting workshops, fun parties, and buzz-worthy photo exhibits! Let the good times roll and stay tuned for an event near you!

  • World Pinhole Photography Day

    2023-04-24
    World Pinhole Photography Day

    Slow down and celebrate the art of pinhole photography. Whether you are shooting with special gear or a homemade one from a matchbox, can, or even an egg, challenge your imagination and show what a humble pinhole camera is capable of!

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  • World Photography Day

    2023-08-19
    World Photography Day

    An annual, worldwide event that honors the art, craft, science, and history of photography. Share your best photographs with #World Photography Day! This celebration originated from the invention of the daguerreotype process developed by Frenchmen Louis Daguerre and Joseph Nicephore Niepce in 1837. On August 19, 1839, the patent for this groundbreaking invention was purchased by the French government and declared as a “gift free to the world.”

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Past Events

  • Camera Photo Walk in Fresno, California

    2023-01-28 · United States
    Camera Photo Walk in Fresno, California

    Join a community of photographers from the Central Valley at Aim Shoot Develop’s first photo walk in Fresno, California on January 28th! The group will be meeting at Mammoth Mall starting at 12PM. Any and all cameras are welcome.

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  • Face to Face: Portraits of Artists by Tacita Dean, Brigitte Lacombe and Catherine Opie

    2023-01-05 – 2023-01-27 · United States
    Face to Face: Portraits of Artists by Tacita Dean, Brigitte Lacombe and Catherine Opie

    The International Center of Photography (ICP) will exhibit "Face to Face: Portraits of Artists by Tacita Dean, Brigitte Lacombe and Catherine Opie" from January 27 through May 1, 2023. Organized by renowned writer and curator Helen Molesworth, the exhibition presents portraits of luminaries in the arts by three of the most prominent portraitists of our time. Face to Face will be accompanied by a fully illustrated catalogue published by ICP and MACK, London, with essays by Molesworth and writer and curator Jarrett Earnest.

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  • Ziatype with Anne Eder

    2023-01-21 – 2023-01-22 · United States
    Ziatype with Anne Eder

    Ziatype is a variation on the traditional palladium process that offers advantages in ease of use, flexibility in tone and contrast, and potential for experimentation. This printing out process requires no chemical developer and exposure can be assessed during development, eliminating waste of expensive palladium due to over and under exposure. Contrast and color are controlled by altering drop count ratios of the chemistry used in the sensitized coating. The resulting images are extremely stable and the possibilities for variation are virtually unlimited. On the first day of the workshop, students will begin by learning how to generate a digital negative best suited for Ziatype printing and produce first prints. On day two, students will continue to practice and start to explore how adjusting the sensitizer affects the tone and contrast of the print.

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  • Leah Frances: Things Were Never Normal

    2022-10-24 – 2023-01-22 · United States
    Leah Frances: Things Were Never Normal

    Leah Frances is a photographer born in Alert Bay, Canada, now based in Easton, Pennsylvania. Her work has been featured in The New York Times Magazine, The New York Times, T Magazine, Lenscratch, the Carnegie Museum of Art’s online journal, Storyboard, and more and has been exhibited nationally and internationally. Frances holds an MFA from The Tyler School of Art and Architecture in Philadelphia. Her second book of photography, Lunch Poems, will be released in fall 2022.

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  • Female Film Photography Meet Up

    2023-01-21 · United States
    Female Film Photography Meet Up

    @thefilmromantic on Instagram is hosting another Female Film Photography Meet Up on Saturday, January 21. Photographers of all skill levels are welcome. Must bring your own camera and film. Bring a blanket if it happens to be cold that day! Polaroid and disposable cameras are welcome! Digi shooters are welcome if you cannot get film or a camera. Models are also welcome to join.

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  • Martha Rosler: changing the subject…in the company of others

    2022-12-08 – 2023-01-21 · United States
    Martha Rosler: changing the subject…in the company of others

    This winter, Mitchell-Innes and Nash will present an exhibition of feminist art by Martha Rosler centered on her work from the 1960s and 70s. martha rosler: changing the subject… in the company of others, on view from December 8, 2022, through January 21, 2023, will present photomontages, videos, and sculpture that deepen the understanding of Rosler’s feminist landscape – one that feels increasingly relevant today. It is the artist’s first solo show in New York since her exhibition Irrespective at the Jewish Museum (2018).

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  • 9ToFiveStudios A Beginner’s Workshop: Introduction to Analogue Photography

    2023-01-15 · United States
    9ToFiveStudios A Beginner’s Workshop: Introduction to Analogue Photography

    Join us for "Introduction to Analogue Photography: A Beginner’s Workshop" happening Sunday, 01/15 in Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn facilitated by Brooklyn photographer, Jordan Mateos. This 3-hour workshop is hosted by 9tofive Studios and sponsored by Lomography. This 2-part workshop that begins with some history and instruction on how to use analogue cameras including loading film, lighting, and film stocks. Then, leads to attendees testing their shots on our rooftop with the help of natural light and in our studio using studio equipment. This workshop is ideal for someone with zero to some experience in analogue photography who wishes to begin their photography journey or someone who shoots digital photography and wishes to expand their photography knowledge. Lomography will provide us with several 35 mm cameras for attendees to test shoot with if they do not have a camera themselves. We highly suggest those who own an analogue camera to bring them as cameras are limited. Spots are limited to 25 people for this workshop. Color film will be provided to each participant.

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  • Craft and Camera: The Art of Nancy Ford Cones

    2022-10-01 – 2023-01-15 · United States
    Craft and Camera: The Art of Nancy Ford Cones

    On a small riverside farm in Loveland, Ohio, Nancy Ford Cones created photographs that earned her a national reputation during a time when female artists continued to struggle for recognition. Despite the praise they received during her lifetime, Cones’ imaginative and exquisitely crafted works were largely forgotten after her death. This exhibition resurrects the gifted artist’s career and contributions to the field of photography.

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  • Presence: The Photography Collection of Judy Glickman Lauder

    2022-09-30 – 2023-01-15 · United States
    Presence: The Photography Collection of Judy Glickman Lauder

    With approximately 150 photographs by 70 artists, the exhibition is drawn entirely from the collection of Judy Glickman Lauder – photographer, collector, humanitarian, advocate, philanthropist, and community builder. Presence creates a dialogue among an incredible array of photographs by some of the most beloved and influential practitioners of the 20th century, including Berenice Abbott, Diane Arbus, Richard Avedon, Danny Lyon, Sally Mann, Gordon Parks, and James Van Der Zee.

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  • Death in the Making: Reexamining the Iconic Spanish Civil War Photobook

    2022-09-30 – 2023-01-09 · United States
    Death in the Making: Reexamining the Iconic Spanish Civil War Photobook

    Death in the Making: Reexamining the Iconic Spanish Civil War Photobook brings together nearly 75 original photographs and related ephemera to tell the story of Robert Capa’s iconic 1938 photobook about the Spanish Civil War. In addition to work by Capa, the exhibition presents new insights into the contributions of Polish American photojournalist David “Chim” Seymour and German photojournalist Gerda Taro.

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  • Close Enough: New Perspectives from 12 Women Photographers of Magnum

    2022-09-30 – 2023-01-09 · United States
    Close Enough: New Perspectives from 12 Women Photographers of Magnum

    Close Enough: New Perspectives from 12 Women Photographers of Magnum presents pivotal projects in the careers of 12 contemporary women photographers of Magnum Photos, the pioneering photography collective. Each of the photographers narrates their creative journey, providing vantage points into the extraordinary relationships they create within global situations, communities, and individual subjects.

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  • 30 Reasons For Analogue

    2022-11-23 – 2022-12-31
    30 Reasons For Analogue

    It’s our 30th Anniversary and to kick off our celebrations, we want you to tell us why do YOU shoot film? Enter our 30 Reasons For Analogue big survey and share it with all your friends!

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  • Modern Women | Modern Vision

    2022-10-02 – 2022-12-31 · United States
    Modern Women | Modern Vision

    Histories of photography long ignored or underrepresented women’s contributions to the medium’s development as both fine and applied art. In truth, women embraced photography from its introduction in 1839. This exhibition presents more than one hundred images made between 1905 and 2015. Cindy Sherman, Imogen Cunningham, Carrie Mae Weems, Dorothea Lange, Diane Arbus, Bernice Abbott, Tomoko Sawada, Ruth Orkin, Barbara Kruger, and other photographers are included.

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  • William Eggleston: The Outlands

    2022-11-10 – 2022-12-17 · United States
    William Eggleston: The Outlands

    David Zwirner is pleased to present The Outlands, a selection of photographs by William Eggleston, the majority of which have never before been seen publicly, on view at the gallery’s 525 and 533 West 19th Street locations. The exhibition opens in advance of a major survey of Eggleston’s work, featuring several of the photographs from The Outlands, that will debut in January 2023 at C/O Berlin before traveling to Fundación MAPFRE, Barcelona, and Fundación MAPFRE, Madrid.

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  • Fiona Annis Artist Talk

    2022-12-14 · United States
    Fiona Annis Artist Talk

    Join the Penumbra Artist Series and meet Fiona Annis in an intimate setting to discuss her work and process. Fiona is a Canadian artist whose work explores the enigmatic nature of photography. Her practice is not limited to a single technology, method, or subject, but investigates the fundamental elements of photography, such as light, paper, chemistry, and time. With a sustained engagement with analogue materials and processes, Fiona integrates this historic knowledge with a deeply contemporary approach. Hers is an artistic path that evokes both the legacy of the past and the promise of a future.

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  • Liquid Emulsion Workshop with Brittonie Fletcher & Penumbra Foundation

    2022-12-10 – 2022-12-11 · United States
    Liquid Emulsion Workshop with Brittonie Fletcher & Penumbra Foundation

    This two-day workshop will introduce you to the magic (and basics) of hand-applied silver gelatin printing taught for all levels of experience. With tutor demonstrations and hands-on practice, you will review and make different pieces with hand-applied liquid emulsion.

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  • FotoMoto22: Home

    2022-11-19 – 2022-12-09 · Philippines
    FotoMoto22: Home

    FotomotoPH is pleased to present “Fotomoto22: Home” at Parola: UP Fine Arts Gallery, with an opening reception on November 19, 2022 Saturday. The theme of the exhibition is HOME: for some, it’s a sense of place, a dwelling. For others, it’s as abstract as a feeling, a relationship, or a ritual.

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  • Carioca Analog Photo Festival in Rio de Janeiro

    2022-12-03 – 2022-12-04 · Brazil
    Carioca Analog Photo Festival in Rio de Janeiro

    The first Carioca Festival of Analog Photography will be a big celebration and support of analog photography, with an exhibition of works from collective members, lectures, workshops, presentations, and equipment and services related to the world of analog photography. Most activities will be free and open to the public, while respecting the capacity of the spaces used. Workshops will have limited spaces and will be free.

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  • LomoWalk with Arcanes Labo Photo in Montpellier

    2022-12-03 · France
    LomoWalk with Arcanes Labo Photo in Montpellier

    Lomography and Arcanes Labo Photo will organize a LomoWalk with the LomoChrome Metropolis film hosted by Fanny @poesieboheme on December 3. This photo walk will start from the jardin des plantes of Montpellier, will cross the lanes of the Ecusson, to finally end at the store of our retailer. You will get a film, processing/scanning and two 20×30 cm prints. The number of participants is limited, don’t wait to register! Photo by Fanny (@poesieboheme).

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  • Fotografia Zeropixel 2022

    2022-11-17 – 2022-11-27 · Italy
    Fotografia Zeropixel 2022

    Sixty-five photographers, over one hundred images on display, and no less than 12 events. These are the numbers of the ninth edition of Fotografia Zeropixel, a festival dedicated to analogue photography scheduled in Trieste from 17 November to 27 November 2022.

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  • INTRODUCTION TO ANALOG PHOTOGRAPHY: A Beginner’s Workshop

    2022-11-20 · United States
    INTRODUCTION TO ANALOG PHOTOGRAPHY: A Beginner’s Workshop

    Join us for "Introduction to Analog Photography: A Beginner’s Workshop" happening Sunday, 11/20 in Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn facilitated by Brooklyn photographers, Chris Cooke and Jordan Mateos. This 3-hour workshop is hosted by 9tofive Studios and sponsored by Lomography and pink folder film house.

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  • Analog Sport Festival #2 – Sport film photography

    2022-11-10 – 2022-11-20 · France
    Analog Sport Festival #2 – Sport film photography

    Analog Sport is back for the second edition of its festival dedicated to analogue sport photography! ​In parallel to Paris Photo, discover sports with fresh eyes two years before the Paris 2024 Games. During 10 days, the talents and future talents of sports photography will exhibit their photos at the Espace Voltaire, a 300m² gallery in the heart of Paris.

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  • Lomography x Etéreo: LomoWalk Madrid

    2022-11-19 · Spain
    Lomography x Etéreo: LomoWalk Madrid

    Join us for a very special walk in collaboration with the Spanish analogue photo zine Etéreo.

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  • Lomography x Salerno Analogica: LomoWalk Salerno

    2022-11-19 · Italy
    Lomography x Salerno Analogica: LomoWalk Salerno

    A new LomoWalk in the name of our love for analogue photography: this time, together with the Salerno Analogica collective, we are going to discover Salerno!

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  • The Bridge 2022 Final Show

    2022-11-19 · United States
    The Bridge 2022 Final Show

    Over four months, the young (18-26 years old) artists of The Bridge at BKC have been grinding through questions of communication, creative point of view, and career sustainability. This is, for some, the first of many exhibitions and showcases of work as students become working professionals, artists and creators. For others, it’s a stage to share their voice, as it stands today, and to consider this moment as we hurtle to the next. A step on the way to whatever their future may hold.

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