Making Contact is a photography exhibit featuring the work of five regional artists working in a variety of chemical-based photographic processes. With work by Bill Armstrong, Vincent Feldman, Joshua Marowitz, Tricia Rosenkilde, and Sarah Van Keuren, Making Contact will feature examples of the black-and-white silver, chromogenic, salt printing, platinum/palladium, and cyanotype printing processes.
Held at Gallery 105 at the Crane Arts Building, the exhibit will be on display throughout the month of December 2015. Viewing hours are Wednesday through Saturday from 12pm to 6pm, or by appointment. The exhibit will be closed December 24-26.
We will be holding several events in conjunction with the exhibit:
We’re excited to kick off the festivities with a Champagne Preview with the Artists, happening on Friday, December 4th from 5-7pm, followed by our official Opening Reception at 7pm. Tickets for the Champagne Preview can be obtained for a $25 donation here.
Folks interested in learning more about traditional photography should check out our three educational events taking place during the weekend of December 11th-13th:
All educational events are open to the public, but registration is required.
Making Contact is made possible with the support of the Penn Treaty Special Services District.