Display your winning work for one month at ViewPoint Gallery
The NSCAD Photography Collective’s “Oh, The Places You’ll Go” explores ideas around
displacement and travel. Through photography, these artists present a series of colourful
photos that express feelings of coming of age and the places life brings you if you let it.
Work by Chelsea Stilwell, Fanny Desroches, Hannah Hutchinson, Jair Armstrong,
John Musick, Julia Dunn, Logan Hatt, Max Taylor, Melissa Naef, Nat Shaw, Nicole Maggio, Olivia Mackinnon, Ruben Francis, Ruby Gillam, Stuart Trenholm, Vanessa Iafolla.
January Featured Member - Avard Woolaver
January Fresh Eyes - Keely Hopkins
UPCOMING EVENTS & INFO
ONCE IN DETROIT
March 7-31, 2024
Opening reception: March 7, 6-8pm
Artist talk: TBA
Cities can die. But they can also be reborn. This is what I saw happening in Detroit.
Every year, for over twenty-five years, work has called me here. Year by year, I have seen the city change, from the deep crisis to the first attempt at rebirth, in a continuous rise and fall until the most recent transformation
These signs still coexist. Detroit does not forget its past, its culture and its specificities, even now that it is reinventing itself as one of the most interesting and lively contemporary American cities.
Display your winning work for one month at ViewPoint Gallery. This open themed, juried competition is offered internationally. Twelve images are jury selected. Each of the selected images is printed, framed and exhibited on a feature wall at ViewPoint Gallery for one month. For more info:
Saturday,February 3, 2024
10am to Noon
Print reviews are open to the public! Bring your prints (any size, framed or not) for a review led by a Gallery Member. If you've ever wondered what others think of your work but were too shy to ask or always received the dreaded "It's nice" response, this is your opportunity. We hope to see you there!
April 4-28, 2024
Opening reception: April 4, 6-8pm
Artist talk: April 14, 2-3pm
The Photographic Guild of Nova Scotia is one of the largest photo clubs in the province, as well as the oldest - having just celebrated its 75th anniversary. The collection of prints in GUILDED showcases the diversity of genres, styles, and varied techniques of its talented amateur and professional membership.
To see more of their work and details about PGNS, visit photoguild.ns.ca
ViewPoint Gallery 2023 International Photography Competition January winner
Since 2013, ViewPoint Gallery has held a competition open to photographers located in any country around the world, with no restrictions on subject matter. The images are reviewed by an independent jury, and the winning 12 photographs are displayed through the year at ViewPoint Gallery.
February 2024 winner
Amanda Large (Canada)
RC Harris by Night
This image is part of the series "We Are All Water", a photographic documentation of the RC Harris Water Filtration Plant in Toronto, which was executed over the course of 12 months. The series captures the structures and site in all seasons, under different weather conditions and at various times of day and explores the so-called Palace of Purfication's symbolic and physical connection to Lake Ontario.
Amanda Large is a professional architectural photographer based in Toronto. As an architect by training, she is passionate about the impact of our surroundings on us; how they shape our moods, our experiences, and our worldview. As a photographer, her aim is to encourage people to reconsider their environment, find beauty in the everyday, and see spaces in a different light. Amanda and her partner Younes Bounhar established Doublespace Photography studio in 2012.