Vintage Argus: Contemporary Images
The Argus Museum
535 West William Street, Ann Arbor
September 12 - October 12, 2008
Argus cameras were at one time the largest-selling American-made 35mm cameras, and until 1962, were made in Ann Arbor Michigan. Although most of those cameras are at least 50 years old, they are still capable of making great photographs.
Through the efforts of some talented Michigan photographers, you will be able to view contemporary photographs made with these vintage cameras. Be prepared for images quite unlike those that appeared in the family snapshot albums. Members of the Ann Arbor Area Crappy Camera Club (A3C3) have put together a fine exhibit of images at the Argus Museum that will delight and inspire. The exhibit is sponsored by the Argus Museum, A3C3, and the Michigan Photographic Historical Society (MiPHS).
The exhibit is free, and open to the public, 9 am- 5pm weekdays, and Sunday Sept. 14 9 -6 pm, as part of the Old West Side Home Tour.
Show opening reception:
Friday, Sept. 12, 6-9 pm at the Argus Building, 535 West William St., Ann Arbor.
For more information contact:
Mark O'Brien, (734) 971-6033, firstname.lastname@example.org;
Cheryl Chidester, (734) 769-0770 email@example.com;
MiPHS, (248) 549-6026, www.miphs.org