Local artists get chance to put work on display in Williamsburg

The display of different analog photographs at Brooklyn Film Camera was hand-picked from over 300 submissions that were done online.

Mary-Lyn Buckley and Adolfo Carrion

Mar 8, 2024, 10:51 PM

Updated 135 days ago

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Brooklyn artists are now getting an opportunity to display their photography at a Williamsburg business.
The display of different analog photographs at Brooklyn Film Camera was hand-picked from over 300 submissions that were done online. For some artists, it was the first time they had their work showcased in such a way.
“We wanted to provide an opportunity for new and emerging artists to showcase their work in a space they wouldn’t normally,” said Carly McGoldrick, operations manager at Brooklyn Film Camera.
The photos will stay up for the month of March and Brooklyn Film Camera says they plan to host more of these displays in the future.


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