The Corridor Gallery at Riverview Church, 3585 Willoughby Rd., Holt, Michigan 48842-9739
Please see the Gallery Show Guidelines for important information.
Prints shown at the 2014 REO Town show may also be used in this show.
There is an application fee of $7.00 per print. The fee will help defray the costs associated with running the gallery show.
Participants must complete an application form and an artist agreement form. Both forms and the application fee must be returned by August 9. They may be returned in person at the meeting on August 6 or by mail to Mid Michigan Photography Club, 7670 Jon Scott Dr., Grand Ledge, MI 48837, postmarked no later than midnight August 9, 2014. No late entries will be accepted.
- Set-up date: Wednesday, August 20, 5:00-6:30 pm. (Enter through Door 3, which is closest to Willoughby on the circle drive.)
- There will be a public Artists Reception at the gallery on Friday, August 22, from 6:00 to 8:00 pm. MMPC members are encouraged to bring a tray of "snack items" such as cookies or vegetable trays. If you are bringing something, please plan to arrive between 5:00 and 6:00pm to help set up.
- Take-down date: Monday, October 13, 5:00-6:30pm. (Enter through Door 3, which is closest to Willoughby on the circle drive.)
There will be a Big Cookie Competition at this meeting. The theme is "Tall".
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Congratulations to Glenn Dunn and Alan Jones, winners of the quarterly Big Cookie Competition for June, 2014. The Competition is an informal contest held as part of the March, June, September, and December monthly meetings. All entries must follow the chosen theme and competition rules.
This month's theme was "Small Animals".
You can see more Big Cookie winners in the Big Cookie Gallery.
Judge's Choice Award:
People's Choice Award:
Congratulations to MMPC member Heather Gentillozi, whose image was voted the "Pepole's Choice" by visitors to the MMPC 2014 REO Town Gallery Show.
You can see more award-winning photography by MMPC Members in the Awards Gallery.
On April 26, 2014, MMPC photographers documented the work done by volunteers for Rebuilding Together in the Lansing area. Rebuilding Together provides critical repairs and renovations for low-income American homeowners and the communities where they live.
To see more of an individual contributing photographer's work, click on a name or sample image below.