Shoreline IMAGES Photography Conversations

Shoreline Arts Alliance believes in encouraging artists and building community through the arts. The purpose of Shoreline IMAGES Photography Conversations is t foster conversation and a sense of community among Connecticut Artists. 
What is IMAGES?
IMAGES is a state-wide jury curated photography competition and exhibition. It is Connecticut's oldest photography competition, started in 1980, and has the largest following and community of photographers behind it. 
About Shoreline IMAGES Photography Conversations
This program was created by the IMAGES Committee to foster and develop a strong community among Connecticut photographers. IMAGES Conversations is focused on being a resource, a community building program, and a networking tool for all Connecticut photographers.
Get Involved
Send us an email to let us know how you would like to get involved with the IMAGES Photography Conversations! Sign up for our Photography Conversations email list to get information on this program and on general IMAGES updates.

Check out our Upcoming Events!

IMAGES Conversations

Thursday, March 19, 2020

Lyme Academy Gallery

84 Lyme St, Old Lyme, CT  06371

7 pm - 8:30 pm

What next, or what do we do with  all these pictures?
Daniel E. Offutt III, Charitable Trust 
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