The Snap! Orlando photography event is coming back to downtown with an outdoor projection event in April, an opening event the beginning of May at the Orlando Museum of Art and a four-day run of exhibits, seminars and lectures in mid-May.
This will be third year for Snap! in Orlando and the theme will be “Urban Wild.” According to an announcement on the Snap! web site, the theme will focus on art and street-documentary photography that focus on juxtapositions of wildlife, urbanism and humanity.
An exhibit of photos called “Destroyed” by musician Moby will a main feature of the event. His photos show the frantic and sometimes stark and lonely environments of a touring musician. Lecturers include award-winning photojournalist Travis Dove, whose work has appeared in National Geographic and the New York Times, and fine art photographer Miru Kim who explores the environments of abandoned cityscapes she calls urban ruins.
The outdoor projection will be on April 19 at the Kress building on South Orange Ave in downtown Orlando and a local photographers reception will be held at the Orlando Museum of Art on May 3.
The four days of lectures, seminars and shows will be May 10-13. More exhibits and lectures will be announced closer to the event.Copyright © 2014, The Baltimore Sun