|The Indiana Photographic Society is a diverse group of artists who use old and new technology to produce and promote fine art photography. Our group enjoys field trips and seeks opportunities to exhibit and sell our work.|
|Meetings are at the Garfield Park Art Center, 2432 Conservatory Drive each Wednesday at 7:00 p.m. Visitors are always welcome. Check out our News & Events page to see our current activities. (map)|
|Enjoy images from Phyllis and other society members in the galleries section.||
|Fountain Square Library Reprise|
Month of July
A couple of years ago we had 50 pictures at the Library. There are very few hanging spaces; most pictures will be propped up on top of the bookshelves. Because the pictures will be so far above eye level, the larger the print the easier it will be to see. Each picture needs to be matted and framed, preferably 16 x 20 or larger; there are no rules about mat or frame color, however, since this exhibit will start after our GPAC exhibit closes, moving those pictures to the Library is a reasonable option.
|GPAC Annual Exhibition|
The theme for the 7th annual photographic exhibition of the Indiana Photographic Society is Reflections.
Opening Reception was on Saturday, April 6, the exhibit opening was accomplied by live music by the Perry Meridian High School String Quartet.
The exhibit will be open till Tuesday, June 2.
News & Events page - (updated 5/10)|
Members of the Indiana Photographic Society use various technologies including both film and digital. The group meets weekly to discuss upcoming field trips, plan exhibitions, show new work and photographic themed instruction. The group has been meeting weekly since 2006.