Aldergrove photographers are asked for an art exhibition.
The Langley Arts Council has launched an appeal asking photographers from Aldergrove and Langley to submit their best photos for display at the next photography exhibition.
Claire Sarseld, Executive Director, said this is the second year that this exhibition has been presented, but the first year that it is in person.
“Last year we had to do the exhibition online because of COVID, even though it was online it was a huge success. We are delighted to be able to do it in person this year, ”said Sarseld.
The council is looking for 20 to 25 photographs to display at the month-and-a-half-long exhibition, which runs from December 15 to January 31.
“There is no theme, people can submit any style of photo, that’s what makes this exhibit so interesting, it really shows the dynamics of the photos,” she said.
Applications close on December 1, those interested in applying can do so online.
This year, the exhibition will take place at the Timms Community Center Walkway Gallery located at 20399 Douglas Cres.
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