The Bloomington Photography Club explores the connection between the eye, the camera, and the spirit, by fostering and encouraging growth of artistic vision and technical knowledge.  The Club provides an informal, friendly, and supportive environment for photographers at all levels of experience and with interests in all types of photographic imagery.  The Club offers a means for members to share ideas and knowledge with each other and to promote an interest in photography throughout the community, through exhibitions and public events. Join us the first Tuesday of every month, 7 - 9 p.m., at the First Presbyterian Church, corner of 7th and Lincoln Sts. Parking and entry on 7th St. The meetings are free and open to the public.

July 21: BPC Board Member Meeting >> 
July 29: 7 p.m. Street Photography Focus Group >>
Now - July 30: BPC Grunwald Juried Exhibit >>
Now - Aug. 31: BPC Club Exhibit at Lennie's >>

Sports Focus Group Photo Opportunities: Lyons Raceway Park >>
July 31: 12 - 2 p.m. Grunwald Gallery Exhibit Takedown >>

Benjamin Banneker Community Center Summer Photography Clubs. More information >> 
Farmers' Market Calendar Looking For New Photographer(s) More information >>

July 10 - Aug. 29: Pictura Brick Gallery Exhibit: Tom Duffy and Juliet Frey. More information >>
June 5 - Aug. 1: Pictura Gallery Exhibit: Francine Fleischer, "Swim: The Water In Between". More Information >>

Pets Alive Photo Contest to Support Spay/Neuter.  More Information >>
Help Wanted: Make-up Artist Would Like Assistance With Artistry Portfolio. More information >>

Help Wanted: Farmers' Market Calendar. More information >>
United Ministries Needs Digital Cameras. More information >>
Online Learing: My experience >>

Carpool Forming from Ellettsville/Spencer
Tired of hunting for a parking spot for Club meetings? Several of us who live in the western hinterlands are going to carpool to the December regular meeting and if that works, all the other meetings to follow. If you would like details, contact Linda Harl at

“I’m staying with film, and with silver prints, and no Photoshop,” “That’s the way I learned photography: You make your picture in the camera. Now, so much is made in the computer… I’m not anti-digital, I just think, for me, film works better.”
— Mary Ellen Mark