Here we are on Valentine’s Day.
We’re now half way through the February F295 membership campaign and we’re at 30% (78) of the membership goal (250).
The not so good news is that we’re behind where we’d like to be at this point, but the good news is that we have half of the month remaining to get there.
Creating a new photo center with exciting exhibitions, residency opportunities, and a publication schedule isn’t easy, but we can do it with your help. We have moved into our temporary field office (open invite to all to stop in and say hello!) and we’re working on the logistics to open Jerry Spagnoli’s The Cloud of Unknowing exhibition this Spring. We have three other major projects with some very exciting artists planned. We also have a host of other programming in the works including smaller exhibitions, music, film, food, readings, discussions, workshops and more.
Admission to most of the F295 exhibitions will not be free to the public, but will be free to all members. Members will also be given priority access & registration for all special events. They will also be offered discounts on prints, books, symposium registration, and more.
Members will also be subscribed to our special Members only newsletter that will feature behind the scenes peeks at the construction and manufacture of Spagnoli’s exhibition. You will also receive first look at the publication (print & DVD) we’re creating to accompany the show.
There’s much to do and we need your help to do it!
Please become a member today.
Image: Jesseca Ferguson, Ilan Wolff, & Martha Casanave is from the 2008 F295 Symposium hosted by the Center for Arts in Society at Carnegie Mellon University.