Squamish Arts Council is Calling all Amateur and Professional Photographers and iPhonographers

The Squamish Arts Council doors are wide open to all to participate in a photo exhibit celebrating everything we love about Squamish.  We are looking for photos of all the positive things you love about Squamish including our amazing one of a kind scenery and iconic viewscapes, our amazing volunteer groups, the events you participate in, even your little lovingly cared for little window garden or perhaps the beautiful stand of blooming cherry trees across from City Hall…whatever!   The geographic area for photographs extends from Britannia Beach to Callaghan Valley.

Just come on down to the Squamish Arts Council Building, and pin up your unframed photo Saturdays from noon-2pm, starting May 26.  Exhibit will be up until October.
Squamish Arts Council Building 37950 Cleveland Ave, in the pavilion park, next to Farmers Market.

SAC Building will be open on Saturdays, and we encourage new photos to be added weekly.

Unframed photos of any size will be accepted for this exhibit.   This is a casual bulletin board, collage style exhibit,  photos will be pinned, so print your images with a border or attached to a piece of paper.  Add your name and and details around the photo and perhaps why it’s special to you.   Up to 10 of your best or favourite images, per person.  The photo must be your own.  Copyright and all other rights remain that of the photographer. Any photograph used by SAC shall carry the photographer’s credit line. Use may include publication on SAC website.  Include your name and details on back of photo.  Photos will need to be picked up at end of exhibit.  SAC will not be responsible for returning photos.  Exhibit guidelines may be revised as exhibition evolves.

Everyone is invited to participate in this community exhibit.  All ages and skill levels.  No entry fees.

Squamish Arts Council Exhibit Curator, Krisztina Egyed