July 8–September 8, 2016, Blakely Hall
Opening Reception Thursday, July 14, 6–7:30 pm
Curated by Monique Catino and Anna Macrae
artEAST and the Issaquah Highlands Photography Club have joined forces to bring you an exhibition highlighting travel photography: Community Wanderings This diverse theme focuses on distant, exotic places as well as the everyday beauty in our own communities.
Each photographer has brought their own perspective to this show, whether through a focus on texture, composition, the play of light and shadow, or the abstraction of detail. The intention is that these images will give the viewer pause to reflect on the uniqueness and the beauty of the world we live in.
The Issaquah Highlands Photography Club (IHPC) is a dynamic group of photography enthusiasts who meet the third Saturday of every month at Blakely Hall, in the Issaquah Highlands. The IHPC offers monthly themes, guest speakers, and opportunities to share and discuss photography. An online community keeps the conversation going throughout the month.
Meetings are open to everyone, even if you don’t live in the Issaquah Highlands. If you don’t feel like attending the meetings, you can still join the IHPC group on Flickr, where you can share your photos, comment on others’ work, and get news about upcoming themes and speakers.
Whether you’re snapping shots in Instagram on your iPhone, traveling with a pocket sized “point-n-shoot”, or composing a complicated image in your dSLR, IHPC will have something for you.