Louisville Metro Parks and Recreation’s Metro Arts Center is presenting an exhibition of “pinhole” style photographs October 1st through October 30th at the Metro Arts’ facility located at 8360 Dixie Highway.

Pinhole photography is the capturing of images with a lens-less camera. Pinhole cameras are often built out of a box with a tiny “pin-sized” hole and film. The exhibition is part of Louisville’s 2013 Photography Biennial and includes pinhole images taken by artists Danny Drake and Marty Edlin.  Additionally, the hand built pinhole cameras used to create the images will be included as part of the display.

About the Workshop

Saturday, October 12 from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the Metro Arts Center, 8360 Dixie Highway, 40258.  Phone: (502) 937-2055.  During this one-day workshop, students will construct a pin-hole camera with Danny Drake.  All supplies are provided; but participants may want to bring some personal items.  FEE:  $60.”  The complete Metro Art Center class schedule can be found at www.Louisvilleky.gov.

About the Metro Arts Center

Located at 8360 Dixie Highway, the Metro Arts Center is a community art center of the Louisville Metro Parks department.

Gallery hours: Tuesday – Thursday: 11 a.m. – 8 p.m., Friday and Saturday: 11 a.m. – 4 p.m.

For More Information

Call (502) 937-2055 or email MetroArts@louisvilleky.gov

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