Pinhole photograph by Ron Miller
Pinhole photograph by Joey Cedarquist
Pinhole Photography Exhibit
Opening Reception with
Weenie & Watermelon Feed
Friday, August 28, 7-9 pm
at The Harveyville Project
Learn how the matchbox cameras were made!
Grilled weenies and watermelon served!
Works on display Friday 7-10pm and Saturday noon – 4pm
Exhibit moves to Mission Valley the following week
Earlier this month, workshop participants fabricated their own homemade pinhole cameras. These simple cameras, made with a matchbox, film, and electrical tape-and with no lens or mechanical shutter-create beautiful, sometimes distorted, and dream-like pictures. We’ll display selections from participants of all ages, and show how the cameras were made. Roasted weenies, cold watermelon, and iced tea will be served. Everyone welcome!
Refreshments compliments of The Harveyville Project. Art Share is presented by the City of Harveyville and funded entirely by volunteer donations and a grant from the Kansas Arts Commission.
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Special thanks to Glenda Dixon, Caitlin McDiarmid & Todd Love, and Rachel Kaiserman for additional financial support for developing and mounting!
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This program is presented in part by the Kansas Arts Commission, a state agency, and the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency, which believes that a great nation deserves great art.