50 for 50: Images that Define Cambridge


I am partaking in The Cambridge Historical Society's exhibit 50 for 50: Images that Define Cambridge my with my photograph "Bridge" from Cambridge at Night series. The exhibit is on display at the Cambridge Multicultural Arts Center from October 24 through November 27, 2013. Go check it out and tell your friends! More info: http://www.multiculturalartscenter.org/galleries/

Here's the show description and additional details from the organizer's website:
The Cambridge Historical Society invited local photographers, both amateur and professional, to complete the phrase ‘‘Cambridge wouldn’t be Cambridge without ...’’ with an image. The result is an exhibition of 50 images selected from hundreds of submissions that represent a slice of what makes Cambridge a special place. The exhibition is in honor of the 50th Anniversary of the Cambridge Historical Commission. To celebrate this milestone, the Historical Society is planning a gala celebration of the preservation movement in conjunction with the photo exhibition as well as the launch of the new book on the history of architectural preservation in Cambridge. cambridgehistory.org
- A Teaser in Porter Square: ON DISPLAY NOW! A selection of images from the show are currently on display in a storefront in Porter Square. It’s a teaser for our show, thanks to the Cambridge Arts Council. Artists included are Julia Beaty, Fintan Doherty, Michael Michalski, Joseph Moore, Jennifer Johnston, Matthew Murphy, Peter Payack, Bill Shaw, and Nora Vrublevska. 
- Prints are for sale: Until this show comes down, framed prints from the show are $50 each. Sales must go through the Arts Center. We at the Historical Society are currently able to sell unframed prints for $40 each. Arts Center: 617-577-1400 & Cambridge Historical Society: 617-547-4252. 
- 50 for 50 Will Travel: The Historical Society has already lined up gigs for your exhibit for 2014! The show will reach a wide audience:
Monroe C. Gutman Library at the Harvard Graduate School of Education: March 1 through March 31, 2014. http://www.gse.harvard.edu/library/
Cambridge Community Television: storefront at 438 Mass. Ave., May 16 through June 20, 2014. http://www.cctvcambridge.org/
1369 Coffee House: unconfirmed dates. http://www.1369coffeehouse.com
Cambridge Health Alliance: unconfirmed dates. http://www.challiance.org/