The photography club will organize a photo exhibition this summer


The National Park Photography Club will hold its final exhibition of prints at the Garland County Library in June and July.

In addition to NPPC member raffles, there will be winning raffles from local high school students at a recent NPPC-sponsored youth photography showcase, according to a press release.

“The National Park Photography Club started as the idea of ​​two women who wanted to run a monthly contest and be able to share with like-minded photographers. Over its five-year existence, the group met and overcame many challenges, and has always maintained the quality of photo presentations, competition and community involvement that was originally planned,” the statement read.

“The Club has helped its members improve their photography through visual presentations by photo experts in many different fields, through workshops, by offering image analysis studies and, of course, through local competitions and regional,” he said.

NPPC participated in Hot Springs Arts & the Park and also hosted a print exhibit at the Garland County Library in 2021.

The NPPC holds Zoom meetings on the third Tuesday of the month and about six meetings on the first Tuesday with special topics.

“Regular meetings bring programs from national presenters. Digital images are submitted monthly the day before the regular meeting, and a judging panel scores the images and forwards the winners to a regional board of camera clubs in the 6 Gulf States region. for more details. competition,” the statement read.

The club is open to anyone interested in photography, whether by camera or phone. Annual dues are $20 per person or $30 for families. Children are welcome. E-mail [email protected] for more information.

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