Brooklyn, N.Y. – October 30th 2012–The 1st Art of Church Photography Exhibit will be held at the Kalahari Gallery from Tuesday November 13th to Friday November 30th with the official opening reception on Tuesday, November 13th from 6-10pm in Brooklyn, NY.
This photo exhibit is an illuminating experience on church worship and those who make up its body of believers. Church photography creates images of tremendous inspiration. The work of four church photographers will be spotlighted in this 1st Art of Church Photographers Exhibit. The exhibit will be held at the new Kalahari Gallery, located at 1103 Fulton St from 6-10pm (bet. Classon Ave and Claver Pl., next to the Universal Church) in Brooklyn, New York.
The guest speaker will be Christopher Gill, a certified Professional Photographer who obtained a Masters in Photography from the Professional Photographers of America, (PPA). As a member from 2001 to 2007, he became the first African American Board member in 2005 and an International Lecturer for FujiFilm USA. His topic, “The Importance of Church Photography” in documenting your church’s legacy.
Our guest musician is William “Bootsy” Jones, a self-taught pianist/organist who developed his passion for “tickling the ivories” by way of inheritance – his grandmother, Audrey. He believes that the anointing only comes from God and is quoted as saying, “I have the right to worship so I WRITE to worship”.
For more info, pls see the attached press release and call Dr. D. at 917-520-7704 or firstname.lastname@example.org.