Date & Time

Friday, February 28, 2020 - 12:30 PM to Friday, May 1, 2020 - 12:30 PM


Arts Incubator, Flex Space (2nd Floor), 301 E Garfield Blvd, Chicago, IL





Exhibition Dates: February 28—May 1, 2020

Arts Incubator - Flex Space (2nd Floor)
301 E Garfield Blvd, Chicago, IL  60637

Gallery Hours: 12-6pm, Wed-Fri, plus special programs and events at the Arts Incubator

Free and open to the public.

In 1955, the same year that the Montgomery Bus Boycott began and Jet Magazine published the polarizing photograph of the tortured and mutilated body of 14 year old Chicagoan, Emmett Till, a collective of African American photographers on Chicago’s South Side formed the Washington Park Camera Club. Committed to documenting their neighborhoods, families, and the changing social economic landscape, the club established a legacy rooted in community and love for photography. Since their charter in 1961, the Washington Park Camera Club has provided a forum on the South Side where residents interested in photography can meet, learn, and explore different aspects of the art while increasing their knowledge of the medium. This eclectic collection of images showcases the work of current Washington Park Camera Club members. Highlighting the varied interests, themes, and subjects that make the camera club such a unique and important community of artists.

Exhibition Related Events:

Washington Park Camera Club Open Meeting
Monday, March 23, 2020 | 6:30pm-8:30pm

The Washington Park Camera Club (WPCC) invites the public to an open meeting, where WPCC members will network, welcome new members, share pictures and discuss photography equipment.