It’s hard to believe it’s been a year since we popped the champagne and opened the doors to the very first Lomography Gallery Store in the great Midwest! It’s been an amazing year, and therefore it’s time to celebrate.
Join us for the fun on Friday October 4th from 6pm-10pm for an unforgettable night of snacks, drinks and of course prizes! Stay tuned when we will announce how you can win some amazing cameras!
It’s no secret that Chicago has one of the best analogue communities in the USA. Our amazing customers are what make us love our job, and why we do what we do. So we are so pleased to show the work of a few of our top community members, who made us feel right at home.
There will also be plenty of snacks and drinks for all ages. And what would a Lomo party be without some delicious Pabst Blue Ribbon! Be sure to stick around for cake, and of course what’s an anniversary party without a few gifts! Be sure to enter the raffle, and maybe even take home a camera. We can’t wait to see you there!
What: Lomography Chicago 1 Year Anniversary Party! When: Friday October 4th 6pm-10pm Where: Lomography Gallery Store Chicago 1422 N. Milwaukee Ave Cost:FREE!
Lomography Chicago 1422 N. Milwaukee Ave Chicago, IL 60642 Open Everyday 11am – 7pm 872.206.2253
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