March 10th - April 29th - Second Friday Opening Reception on March 10th from 6-9pm
Robert Linder spent 2016 with a singular focus: creative expression. Employing all manner of medium, and taking inspiration from everything around him, Linder captured the fleeting moments in life of a year in full. In Linder's words, "Project 366 is the fifth year of my ongoing image-a-day project (2016 was a leap year, hence the 366). It started as a creative exercise that eventually turned into something much more expressive and intimate. What you see in my images is a direct reflection of my life, and passions throughout the year. Having this daily creative exercise has allowed me to more deeply connect with my life and my experience."
Five years ago, Kate discovered iPhoneography and has completely embraced this new medium. Her iPhone art has been recognized and featured in many prestigious shows and organizations representing the iPhone art community. She was a finalist in the Julia Margaret Cameron Awards and has been featured in the AppWhisperer, iPhoneography Central, P1xels, Mobiography, the New Era Museum, the World iPhoneography Art Movement, Mobile Monochromes, Streetwise and Foto Forum.
We've built cities and highways across once unconquerable lands, fostered community and relationships between friends, foes, and family, and created an inimitable and long-lasting culture of art and expression. We believe there's just one thing that can account for all of this compassion and creativity: Humanity.
We're inviting you to capture the moments that reveal the enduring spirit, endless contrast, and the very depth and breadth of Humanity in this new photo contest.
Bring us your view of the human experience and the human effect, at the highest of peaks and most profound of valleys. Submissions for this contest will close on April 28th. This is a national photography contest, and mobile device photography images will be accepted. We encourage all students to enter at a special discounted Student price.
May 18th from 6-9pm, featuring great food and drink, live music by Seth Phillips, and photographs from Africa by Jeff James. All proceeds from ticket sales benefit Lalmba.
Lalmba Association provides care and education to support orphaned children in East Africa so that they may have an opportunity to escape the cycle of poverty. Lalmba also provides mobile and static health care services to very remote communities and micro loans so people can start a business and lift themselves from poverty. Jeff James is the president of Lalmba and is also an art school graduate, a lifelong photographer, and resident of Longmont.
If you can't make it to this amazing event, but still want to donate, you can give to Lalmba on their website!