27 May 2011

Is your old 35mm film camera gathering dust?

| johnboy
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This in from the Belconnen Community Centre:

Would you consider donating your unused (but still working) 35mm film camera to Belconnen Community Service for use in a Community Cultural Development project with children in West Belconnen?

SNAP is a film photography project that will begin in term 3, 2011. Award winning photographer, Lee Grant will work with children aged between 8 and 12 in the new West Belconnen Child and Family Centre. Each child will be loaned a film camera and will learn about film photography. The project will include an exhibition in Belconnen Gallery in late 2011 and may continue into 2012.

Please bring your working 35mm film camera to one of our collection points on or before Friday July 1. If you would like to be acknowledged at the exhibition at the culmination of this project please attach a label to your camera with your name and contact details.

Drop off points:

Northside – Belconnen Community Centre Reception
Swanson Court Belconnen
Opening hours 9-4:30pm Monday to Friday.

Southside – Photoaccess Reception
Corner Manuka Circle and New South Wales Crescent, Griffith
(next door to the Manuka Pool)
Opening hours:
10 am to 4 pm Tuesday to Friday
12 to 4 pm Weekends
Note: PhotoAccess is closed on long weekends

If you would like to donate a camera but are unable to drop it off to us, please contact Simone Penkethman, BCS Community Engagement Officer on 62640271 simone.penkethman@bcsact.com.au

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