The West Michigan Photography Collective will be participating in a group show at the Craft House at 40 South Division during Avenue of the Arts. A display of several art collectives titled “Co=Efficient”, it is a celebration in the spirit of collaboration and community. The event runs Friday April 11th from 6-11 pm. For more […]

Prints drying after being exposed and developed.   WMPC member Kelly Walkotten drying a coated piece of paper.   One of the shows we have talked about doing in 2014 is a Historical Processes show.  Historical Processes, also called Alternative Processes are those photographic photo printing processes that have fallen out of favor.  They include […]

WMPC member Taylor Bishop will be displaying his most recent infrared photographic work – CONCEALED WETLANDS : Rendering the Invisible at the Western Michigan University office of Sustainability in Kalamazoo, Michigan.  Artist Reception is Friday, November 8th at 5pm. A link to the Facebook invitation.  

Come see WMPC Member Taylor Bishop’s work. Bachelor’s of Fine Arts Candidate Taylor Bishop will be exhibiting two bodies of work at Gwen Frostic School of Art at Western Michigan University from October 21st through October 25th with a closing public reception October 25th 5-8pm. The Eleanor R. and Robert A. DeVries Student Art Gallery […]

WMPC member Kelly Walkotten received the following message from NANPA, the North American Nature Photography Association.                               Your image(s) have won for the following Tiers in the 2014 NANPA Showcase Competition. There were more than 2400 images submitted this year and […]

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WORD|IMAGE An exhibit exemplifying collaborations between poets and photographers. A poem creates different mental images for each reader. The inverse can be said for photography, an image is shown, and a different narrative is created by every viewer. In their upcoming exhibit, Word|Image, the West Michigan Photography Collective intends to experiment with these dualities by […]