FotoFest 2010 is over now and if you missed it...
you missed one heck of a show!
We will leave this page up for a while and add some pix from the four showings for those of you who didn't make it.
902 Hardy St. @ Nance
Click the photo above for a Google map to our location
Located in the heart of the historic, downtown art/warehouse district, The Hardy & Nance Street Studio Complex has once again been chosen as an Official FotoFest Independent Showplace. And for 2010 we will be presenting an absolutely amazing array of American photographic talent. With over two-dozen of the most diverse and creative photographers in the region showing here, this will be one of the largest and most dynamic photographic exhibitions presented during FotoFest 2010.
Our new studio area features over two city blocks of 16 foot high show walls that will be filled with work you do not want to miss during this, the world's largest and most influential photographic event.
Join us and explore the visual elements, concepts, perspectives and thinking that link the great photographic works from the very beginning of the craft to the present & beyond.
The title & theme for our 2010 FotoFest showing is...
Friday, March 12th from 5pm to 12 midnight
Followed by a continuous showing on Saturday, March 13 from Noon to 7 pm
Join us for libations, music & world class photography on both these dates!
Additional Show Dates:
Saturday, March 27 from Noon to 7pm
Thursday, April 8 from 5 to 9pm
Check Us Out on YouTube!
Click here for a YouTube video preview of FotoFest 2010 by our very own Rome Wilkerson featuring interviews with some of the participating artists.
And...Click here for a fun little vid by Guest Artist Ron Scott taken during our Gala Grand Opening on March 12th. Thanks Ron!
Our showings features the work of
the following Artists-in-Residence at
The Hardy & Nance Street Studios:
(Click their Names to Visit Their Websites)
William Leonardo Molina
Additionally, presented works by the following Guest Artists:
Below are a few shots of previous FotoFest & ArtCrawl events at The Hardy & Nance Street Studio Complex: