Images from SNAP Exhibit Reception…

Bill Lund, a member of SNAP, shares some images he shot during our recent artist reception for the SNAP exhibit at the Gordon Jewish Community Center.

The exhibit is up the rest of the June, so try to stop by and see the fabulous collection of images.  Or join us for our next meeting, Tuesday, June 28th, at 6:30pm for a tour of the exhibit with the juror for the show, Paul Polycarpou, editor of the Nashville Arts Magazine.

SNAP Notes…

IMPORTANT: NEW EVENT

Sunday, April 24 is World Wide Pin Hole Photography Day! Our guest speakers for our Aprilpinhole
26 SNAP meeting, Denny Adcock and Gerald Figal have organized a pin hole shoot as part of this event. Interested persons meet on Sunday at the Carillon at the Bicentennial Mall around 1pm. There should be adequate parking in that area. Denny has a pin hole Nikon body cap he can loan and Gerald has a couple of cameras. Gerald is also willing to process and scan B/W film.

For details you can contact him: gerald.figal@gmail.com This should be an informative and fun shoot, so if you are just beginning your pin hole journey or are an old China hand, be sure to turn out. “At the meeting we’ll talk about what we shot, with emphasis on the variety of things one can do with a pinhole camera, things not easily done with lens cameras.” http://pinholeday.org/ Continue reading

Reception for SNAP Exhibit at Provence…

This Thursday evening, April 21st, Provence will host a reception for SNAP’s latest exhibit, “Patterns”. Come see the entire collection of images selected by our juror,  Noah Saterstrom. The reception will run from 5pm – 7pm at the Hillsboro Village venue.

Provence Breads and Café
1705 21st Avenue South
Nashville, TN  37212

Parking is available behind the Cornerstone Credit Union located next door after 5:00pm.

Next SNAP Show at Provence…

We’re excited to open the call for entries to next SNAP Photography Show to be held at Provence Bakery in Hillsboro Village in April. This show will have the theme:  “patterns“. Interpret this however your creative mind sees it – no restrictions on color, subject, processing or viewpoint.  The patterns may be natural or man-made, evoking rhythm and maybe a sense of harmony (or disharmony, if the pattern is broken).

This is open to SNAP members only —  easy to become a Snap Member just attend a meeting — and we encourage everyone to participate!

The show will be hung in early April, with an Artists Reception soon thereafter. Our juror is Noah Saterstrom, You can read more on his work at http://www.noahsaterstrom.com.

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