UNSENSORED14: an exhibition of analogue photography

UNSENSORED14 An Exhibition of Analogue Photography by the Melbourne Silver Mine Inc.

It’s on again, our annual exhibition UNSENSORED14, will be showing at Collingwood Gallery from September 12 - 24, 2014.

If you haven’t visited or participated in a previous UNSENSORED exhibition, then you’re in for a treat. UNSENSORED is the Melbourne Silver Mine’s annual exhibition of analogue photography. Just analogue, all the time.

Venue: Collingwood Gallery, 292 Smith Street, Collingwood
Opening Night: Friday 12 September from 6pm
Exhibition dates: Saturday 13 September – Wednesday 24 September, 2014
Gallery hours:
10am – 6pm Saturday & Sunday
Midday – 6:30pm weekdays

Want to see more? Check out some of last year’s work exhibited at UNSENSORED13.

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Shoot a Miner is back for 2014

Shoot A Miner, or SAM as we like to call it, is the Melbourne Silver Mine’s annual portraiture event. Members are asked to get together and ‘shoot’ one another, with the images presented at a gala screening, Night of SAM.

It’s an opportunity for members to be inventive, step out of their usual photographic style or try a different technique.

Details of this year’s screening:

WHEN:  Thursday 3 July, 2014 from 6.30pm

WHERE: LOOP, 23 Meyers Place, Melbourne

All are welcome - we look forward to seeing you there!

For more information about the event, please visit Shoot A Miner 2014.

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