Have you heard the buzz….there is a resurgence in film photography in Charleston! Even though we are living in a fast-paced digital age, more and more people are being lured to the tactile, sensory, and magical experience of film processing.
Recently, The Redux Contemporary Art Center and Charleston Center for Photography (CCP) joined together to meet this desire and growing passion. Together, we will be offering traditional darkroom classes in Redux’s revamped darkroom. Thanks to Douglas Carr Cunningham and Redux Studio Artist/Intern, Mariah Channing for all of their hard work in cleaning, organizing and restoring the dark room into its beautiful new state. It looks absolutely amazing, but don’t just take our word for, come see it yourself! Redux offers the only public access darkroom in Charleston. >>Learn More
New beginner black and white classes with Douglas Carr Cunningham begin next week. There is also an upcoming pinhole camera class with Kevin Parent. These photography classes are filling quickly, so be sure to sign up soon.
Also, the Center for Photography is now exhibiting the Polaroid work of Redux Studio Artist, Jen Ervin. The exhibition will be up through the end of June, and is part of the CCP’s 2nd Monday Lecture series. Don’t forget to check the CCP’s website for more details on upcoming lectures.