The Dark Room and International Photography Hall of Fame and Museum to debut “New on the Scene”

New On The Scene, The Dark Room’s first photography exhibit celebrates its official opening on Thursday, March 27th. The reception will last from 6-8:00 pm.

New On The Scene showcases eight recent graduates of Webster University who are now photographers working in the St. Louis area. Seven are working in the field as professional photographers; one has gone on to graduate school.

They are working as assistants or doing freelance work. Some are specializing in editorial photography, portraiture, food or photojournalism. These eight are fresh to the scene and doing a bit of everything…that is how you start out to make a life in photography.

Each one loves this medium. They experiment. The photographs on display here come out of the personal expressive projects which each continues to explore. Images made with toy cameras, multiple exposures, abstractions on walls and more.

Curated by Susan Hacker Stang in conjunction with the International Photography Hall of Fame and Museum

Embodying the nexus of art and life in Grand Center, The Dark Room wine bar and photo gallery offers patrons an opportunity to experience fine art and fine wine under the same roof. Rotating monthly photography exhibits curated by the International Photography Hall of Fame, locally sourced menu items, and a progressive wine program curated with care by Bill Kniep of Pinnacle Imports will make The Dark Room the ideal place for friends to SIP, SEE & SHARE!

A partnership between Grand Center Inc., the Kranzberg Arts Foundation and the International Photography Hall of Fame, The Dark Room is a 501(c)(3) non-profit under the direction of managing partner Chris Hansen, director of theaters and events for the Kranzberg Arts Center.

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