Location: Photoville Pavilion
Date: Sunday, September 13th
Special Guests: Gowanus Darkroom, BKC, and Brooklyn Grain
A free, RSVP event for photographers who want to show, share, and swap their work! Guests will be asked to bring at least (2) and up to (5) prints that they would be willing to trade with other artists in an effort to learn about new work, get feedback on their prints and projects, and network with their peers. This is a fun, free, and low-stakes swap that mirrors Photoville’s mission to build community among photographers through affordable, accessible public events and art-happenings.
All Print Swap participants will also be automatically entered to win raffle prizes, generously donated by local studios spaces and community darkrooms. Prizes can either be accepted by the winner, or, at their discretion, entered back into the swap and traded for other prints or prizes.
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Early signups encouraged, early cancellations (48 hours before event) requested, as we will release remaining tickets or cancelled reservations 24 hours before event
Gowanus Darkroom is a community oriented group darkroom located in Gowanus Brooklyn. We provide photographers with the necessary space and equipment required to produce traditional darkroom photographs. Additionally, we provide studio and gallery space and hold classes and workshops. Our goal is to help preserve a diminishing artform and provide an affordable service for others to practice and learn about pre-digital photographic processes.
BKC is a photo, video and creative education center established in 2011 and located in the heart of Dumbo, Brooklyn. We’re founded upon the idea of learning by doing, whether it’s hands-on classes in studio lighting, rediscovering the analog darkroom, unleashing the potential of Lightroom or just how to use your DSLR, our smart and simple approach and awesome teachers help students learn something new, build on their creativity, and expand their goals.
Brooklyn Grain is the photography studio of photographers Ebru Yildiz and Mitchell King, located in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. Available for daily rental, Brooklyn Grain is a dedicated, comfortable, and affordable studio with the features that we look for in a shooting space. Ideal for editorial, portraiture, beauty, fashion, and still-life, the space is perfectly suited to meet the needs of those smaller productions that do not require the size of larger, more expensive studios. We believe that productions with modest needs and budgets should not be required to sacrifice quality. We set out to create a space that provides practical efficiency in a welcoming environment at a reasonable rate. For studio rental inquiries or interest in working with us on your next project please say hello at firstname.lastname@example.org