The Fifteenth Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day Workshop At Rising Star Coffee

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The Fifteenth Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day Workshop At Rising Star Coffee says
The fifteenth Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day is Sunday the 26th. This event invites people from all around the world to make their own pinhole camera, take photos, and post them to the Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day website. Be a part of the collective experience by joining us at Rising Star Coffee in Little Italy at 2187 Murray Hill Road on the corner of Murray Hill Road and Edgehill this Sunday the 26th to celebrate Worldwide Pinhole Camera day. Romanian artist Alexandru Patatics will be here to conduct a workshop explaining how the camera works and to take participants on a field trip to photograph the Little Italy neighborhood. After, participants will develop their own photos in our dark room at Rising Star Coffee. These photos will then be added to the collection online and mounted on the walls of Rising Star Coffee. Participants will be invited to pick their photo masterpieces up after Monday the 27th.

The workshop will begin at 11am and continue until 5:00pm. There is a $10 suggested donation to cover all supplies. All materials will be provided so just bring yourself and your curiosity. All ages are welcome. Reservations are encouraged but feel free to join us at anytime. Make a reservation by email at

Official event website:

If you would like to make your own pinhole camera in advance and bring it on Sunday here is a helpful guide to follow.

Alexandru Patatics is a Romanian artist whose work reflects his interest in interdisciplinary projects: video installations, mix media and collaborative art performances.
His installations - interactive or ambient related - were presented at prestigious contemporary art international events such as: Venice Biennale, Sao Paulo Biennale, ICC Tokyo or ZKM Karlsruhe in Germany.

He is lecturer at the National University of Arts Bucharest, member of the International Association of Art Critics and the founder of the FORMAT Cultural Foundation. His professional activity includes numerous artistic and curatorial projects that were shown in Romania, Hungary, Germany, Slovakia, Belgium, Norway, Brazil, Great Britain.

Alexandru is taking part in Cleveland Foundation's Creative Fusion Program. He is an artist in residence, hosted by Ingenuity Cleveland.
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By: Rising Star Coffee Roasters

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