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Last Day to See Rock & Roll
Exhibit Closes Today,
Sunday, March 1st
Exhibit Hours Daily: 12:00pm to 5:30pm


Photo: (left) Christopher Ludtke , (right) Paul Natkin
Music photography has changed over the years. Musicians are much more protective of their image and restrictions apply at almost every touring rock show. Barriers have been set making it much more difficult to capture the “Decisive moment.” That being said, a great music photograph stands out by showing the viewer the personality of the subject. A moment captured by a photographer is a moment in time captured forever, document the history of an art form.  - Juror, Paul Natkin

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SUMMER PHOTOGRAPHY CAMPS
FOR KIDS AGES 9-12 AND 13-16


Summer is just around the corner! If you know a budding photographers We have Summer Workshops for kids age 9-12, and another for teens 13-16. We want to help them discover photography skills and master them in no time. No need for previous photographic experience; they just need to bring a curiosity to learn!
Beginning Digital Photography for Kids 9-12   Beginning Digital Photography For Kids Age 13 -16

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New! Non-Member
Darkroom & Digital Lab Rentals $25/Day


We are dedicated to both new technologies as well as preserving traditional photographic processes. Here's your opportunity to discover (or re-discover) the magic of the darkroom with one of the only public darkrooms in the Metro area. If you need computing power try our spacious digital lab features 12 new iMac computers loaded with the latest digital software including; Adobe Photoshop CC, Lightroom 5, the complete Nik Collection and the latest digital scanning, editing and printing hardware. For more informationt: Non-Member Darkroom Rentals  or  Non-Member Digital Lab Rentals
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NEW INTERNATIONAL CALL FOR ENTRY
STILL LIFE: THE INANIMATE SUBJECT

Photo: Juror, Russell Joslin
This call for entry focuses on the depiction of inanimate subject matter, traditionally referred to as still life. More than other genres of photography, still life gives photographers greater latitude in achieving their final vision through the arrangement of objects and composition of design elements. Juror Russell Joslin also welcomes entries that expand or challenge what “still life” photography is, or can be. For more information and to submit online click here

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AMERICAN SPLENDOR
Panoramic Photos by Rich Frishman

Exhibit Opening Exhibition Reception
Friday March 13th, 2015 6:30pm to 9:00pm
On Exhibit March 13th thru May 4th, 2015


Iowa State Fairgrounds; Des Moines, IA June 2014 - Photo: Rich Frishman

In American Splendor, Rich Frishman engages in exploring the pre-apocalyptic vernacular landscape of the United States. He imagined himself an archaeologist documenting the future remains of a lost civilization, filled with remnants of the sublime and mundane. There is a curious beauty to the commonplace, a heightened sense of grandeur at the intersection of the natural and the human landscape. Learn more
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Mpls Photo Center Supports
Ken Light's Kickstarter Project
What's Going On: America 1969-1974    
Photo Book & MPC 2016 Exhibit



Photos: ©Ken Light
A Book and Mpls Photo Center Exhibit of Photographs from Ken Light that Portray America During the Era of Campus Unrest, Vietnam & Nixon and Beckons Memories of Our Hope & Anger. Click Here for More Information
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Studios and Creative Spaces for
Photography Sessions, Business
Meetings & Nonprofit Events


Over 6,000 sq ft of Studio and All Your Equipment Rental Needs
Corporate Creative Space & Resources  Available for Non-Members
The Mpls Photo Center's studios and galleries are the perfect environment for that creative session with your staff, hands on sales presentation and other corporate and non-profit meetings and events. In addition we make available all our resources for non-members, seven days a week during regular Center hours. Its eight studio and lighting equipment are available by calling our main office number and reserving your space, and or equipment.


 

Upcoming Classes and Workshops

Mpls Photo Center Hours: Monday thru Thursday 11:00am to 9:00pm Friday thru Sunday 11:00am to 6:00pm Exhibit Hours: Daily 12:00 to 5:30pm

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