Melbourne Silver Mine’s “Unsensored” 2012

UNSENSORED12
an exhibition of analogue photography

The Melbourne Silver Mine’s annual exhibition of analogue photography UNSENSORED is set to return to Collingwood Gallery for 2012.

UNSENSORED12
Collingwood Gallery
292 Smith Street
Collingwood

Opening Night:
Friday 14th September 2012 from 6pm

Exhibition dates:
Saturday 15th September 2012 – Wednesday 26th September 2012

Gallery open daily:
10am – 6pm Saturday & Sunday
Midday – 6:30pm Monday – Friday

This year’s show features photography by 47 of our members:

Aryan Aqajani, Anthony Begovic, Roberts Birze, Sandy Birze, Jock Blakley, Natalie Blom, Steven Caddy, Michael Carew, Dave Carswell, Bill Chant, Andrew Cosgriff, Nicole Davis, Mel Dixon, Anna Gallacher, Robert Go, Louise Grundy, Penny Gutteridge, Ross Holmberg, Hing Hshen, Timothy D. Johnson, Matthew Robert Joseph, Daniel Klaas Noppert, Suzannah Marshall Macbeth, Iain Maclachlan, Sarah Maddox, Amanda Mason, Marc Morel, Toan Nguyen, Jodie Noonan, Ambre Pitt, Richard Plumridge, Karen Riley, Matthew Ross, James Ruff, Ahmad Sabra, Gary Sauer-Thompson, Deanne Smith, Emma Starr, Paul Stoney, Jacqueline van Zetten, Michael Verhoef, Marcus Visic, Katherine White, Liam White, Lea Williams, Damian Young & Chris Zissiadis

http://silvermine.org.au/unsensored12/

All are welcome on opening night.
Free entry, no RSVP necessary.

The Melbourne Silver Mine is a non-profit analogue photography collective.
http://silvermine.org.au

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