Johnson City exhibit highlights the work of film photographers around the world
The Film Shooters Collective (FSC) is proud to announce the opening event for “Shot on Film” on Sunday, September 10th from 1 to 4 pm at The Willow Tree Coffeehouse and Music Room at 216 E. Main St. in Johnson City.
“Shot on Film,” curated by Johnson City-based film photographer Ruby Berry, is a film photography exhibit featuring the work of 50 FSC member-artists from all over the world. FSC came into being in 2012 as a space for analog (film) photographers to share experience, information and work in an open and inclusive community. The collective’s 120 members regularly share their work via the group’s website and weekly curated “photo streams.”
The Johnson City exhibit is one of three FSC events that will be taking place simultaneously during the month of September. “Black and White,” curated by the staff of Blue Moon Camera in Portland, Oregon features work by 27 analog photographers from around the world printed in the Blue Moon Camera silver gelatin darkroom, one the world’s last remaining optical printing labs. In England, an FSC member-curated exhibit entitled “The Photographic Portrait” will open on September 8th at FazendaUK in London, featuring some of the best work by FSC artists in the genre of film portraiture.
“Shot on Film” is hosted by The Willow Tree Coffeehouse and Music Room and will be on display from September 8-30, 2017. The opening event on Sunday, September 10th from 1 to 4 pm will be a great time to view the art, meet some of the artists, and learn how they work — all while enjoying live music by Scotty Melton, Michael Cody, and Rob Russell. Light refreshments and the wonderful comfort of the The Willow Tree will also be provided. Admission is free to the public.
Opening Event – “Shot on Film”
Sunday, September 10th, 1-4 pm
The Willow Tree Coffeehouse and Music Room
216 Main St., Johnson City, TN 37601
Attached Photo Credits:
B&W: Jesús Joglar (Spain)
Color: Tracey Bos and Chad Walters (USA)