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Camberwell Camera Club (CCC) is again taking over shop windows around Camberwell Junction during July to showcase the images of its talented members.
Run in cooperation with the Camberwell Traders' Association, the Exhibition features over 115 large format quality images that will be displayed in the windows of shops, cafes and businesses in the lower Camberwell Junction precinct (that is, in Riversdale and Camberwell Roads either side of the Junction).
The theme for this year's exhibition is 'Melbourne Moments'. (Image credit: Ken Spence - 'Hold On')
The theme for this year's Junction Exhibition - the fourth run by CCC - is Melbourne Moments. Club members have aimed to move beyond obvious Melbourne icons in recording images that represent what it means to live, work and play in Melbourne.
The official opening of the Exhibition will take place at CCC's Annual Feature Presentation, to be held at Hawthorn Town Hall, 358 Burwood Road, Hawthorn at 7.30pm on Monday 18th July. CCC is proud to have renowned Australian architectural photographer John Gollings as its guest speaker for the Feature Presentation. Attendance at the Feature Presentation is free, but seating capacity is limited to 300.
Images in the Exhibition go beyond the obvious Melbourne icons. (Image credit: Mark Lourensz - 'Night Train')
CCC members will also be at the Camberwell Sunday Market (located in the Camberwell Market carpark) on Sunday 3rd July and are happy to answer questions about the Exhibition and the Club. Photographers will also be there taking free portrait shots of market goers who call past.
The Exhibition runs from 2-31 July 2016. (Image credit: Donna Killeen - 'Flinders Street Station')
The exhibition runs from Saturday 2nd until Sunday 31st July. The exhibition is FREE, and because the photos are displayed in shop windows, they can be viewed at any time.
So come along and say 'hi' to a friendly CCC member at the Camberwell Sunday Market. And if the images in the Exhibition inspire you, the Club welcomes new members. You can find more information about joining CCC here.