Bring your camera or use your phone and take a walk with exhibiting artist, John Runner of Little Light Film Lab at our Offsite Gallery on the 2nd level of MacArthur Center.
Free and open to all.
Dress for the heat as we may wind up outside for a bit and the gallery air circulation is not the best. We may stay indoors at the center depending on what the group decides. Email John at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions.
Be sure to bring those old rolls of film for processing by John’s team at Little Light. There’s a drop box at the gallery through 08/11/23 and most rolls can be developed for $20 or scanned for $10.
John will have some of his favorite cameras on hand and will be sharing some interesting tips on how to manipulate your camera to get the best quality picture, capture light and more.
Bring those old cameras too and John will help you figure out what you have and how to work it too. Or, show him a thing or two about that lovely camera of yours.
Share the event with other filmies or anyone looking to meet some interesting people with a lot of interesting information to share.
Parking is best at S2. Enter from the main City Hall entrance (directly from the interstate) and proceed up the ramp after you pull a ticket ($1 for 1st 1-3hrs).
From level 2, turn right and you’ll see the S2 entrance straight ahead.
Park near there, enter MacArthur Center, and turn left and we are a few doors up on your left across from 757 Creative ReUse and the Governor’s School for the Arts’ Origin Gallery and Sephora + Lush.
Can’t make it? We love you anyway.
Be sure to visit John and the Little Light Film Lab team inside of What Industries/@whoandwhatartprints at 852 44th St. near ODU in Norfolk, Virginia or take a class at their Newport News, Virginia location or follow @johnmilesrunner2 on Instagram. John’s exhibition “Missing the Mark” is up through 08/11/23 and prints are available of anything you see in any size.