'Shot in the City of Port Phillip' is a new photography exhibition showcasing the talents of Melbourne Camera Club, one of the longest continuous running photography groups in Melbourne.
For this exciting exhibition, Melbourne Camera Club members took inspiration from what they love about the City of Port Phillip and created unique work conveying a connection to home.
Close to 250 handpicked images will be on display, capturing human and geographic diversity, illustrating the essence of a time, a place and its people.
Sue Strano, Arts Coordinator, City of Port Phillip said "The idea for a local city focussed exhibition is marvellous!" The arts are part of the DNA of Port Phillip and we are delighted to creatively represent and promote our vibrant local municipality. We are fortunate our project has been supported by the City of Port Phillip through the Cultural Development Fund.
Founded in 1851, the Melbourne Camera Club is located in South Melbourne, within the City of Port Phillip Council, and owns its heritage listed building. The club currently comprises of approximately 280 talented members, offering a variety of special interest groups plus facilities, including a dark room, studio, photobook library and gallery.
Don't miss this stunning celebration of the human and geographical diversity of the City of Port Phillip.
The exhibition will launch on Thursday October 18 at 8pm and will remain open to the public on the weekend of October 20 & 21 and October 27 & 28, 10am to 5pm. Entry is FREE.
For more information on this exhibition andThe Melbourne Camera Club, please visit www.melbournephoto.org.au