Patrick Kahn's monthlong, multi-venue photo event may induce whiplash. But it's worth taking the risk
Published: May 10, 2012
Snap Fashion Night on Saturday will feature bold fashion looks backed by Cecil Stone's 3-D projection viewing. During daylight hours, Saturday and Sunday forgo the visual fireworks with more informational and hands-on events: Artists Gregory Scott, Frank Day, Travis Dove and Miru Kim lecture at the Orlando Museum of Art Saturday, 10:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. On Sunday, the Orange Studio hosts photography workshops by local artist Preston Mack, high-dynamic-range expert Andrew Vernon, French artist Pierre Dutertre and fashion photographer Gian Carlo Brand. (Check snaporlando.com/ schedule for detailed information on times and artists.)
Snap's success and momentum is a hallmark of the new Orlando. An emerging sensibility supports art, and is starting to play in a larger arena, thanks to cultural risk-takers like Kahn and supporters who are collecting great art.
Visit snaporlando.com for more detailed show information and event schedules.
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