Diana Dialogues Workshop at the Lomography Gallery Store NYC!
The little plastic camera that started 2 revolutions! Trace the Diana’s roots back to where it all began: learn how the camera has affected trends and become a classic artistic tool for several generations of photographers. Discover all the incredible accessories available and pick up tips, tricks, and dazzling techniques. Borrow a loaner camera and join us for a LomoJourney around the neighborhood. Cost: $10 (students $7), includes one free roll of film. All attendees will receive a 10% off coupon to use at the Lomography Gallery Store.
Monday, February 15th from 1:00pm to 3:00pm
Lomography Gallery Store NYC
41 W 8th Street NYC 10011
212-529-4353 – firstname.lastname@example.org
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