Extended Exposure for photogs of all levels

June 14, 2013


Perusing through the good ol’ Facebook, I came across this amazing photography event.  It’s called Extended Exposure and is called a celebration of photography, spontaneity and community – it’s a 24 hour photo marathon.

Beginners, hobbyists, and pros shooting any camera (yep, even your cell phone camera!), any theme, any subject, anywhere are encouraged to participate.  But, the photo must be shot between 5pm on Saturday, June 29th and 5pm, June 30th.  Sign up to participate at exposemt.com .  Then upload your photos (you can submit up to 5) on the same website by July 7th.

Next the selection committee will select at least one photo per participant and you’ll need to frame that photo in any style you choose and take it to the Babcock Theater on Friday, August 2nd for the Exhibit and Reverse Auction!

On August 2nd, enjoy the exhibit and reverse auction including food and drink, live music, and fun times.  All of the photographs will be for sale.

What a great way to bring the community together, offer inspiration and celebrate art!

Extended Exposure is a product of Canvas, an arts advocacy organization that fuels creative projects in and around billings.  A portion of all art sales will go to the organization.

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Jessica enjoys taking her kids out to the local parks or to the zoo followed by a stop for some self-serve yogurt. When she gets to enjoy a night out with her husband, they enjoy supporting live music and comedy and dinner and drinks at a local eatery. Jessica is happy to feature Things to Do in Billings and the surrounding area on Billings365.com.

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