Photo Laundry is coming to Ellerslie Village this winter!
Photo Laundry is an international outdoor photography exhibition first started in Saint Petersburg, Russia, in 2010 by Andrei Kezin.More than 100,000 people from 100 cities have participated in the project in the last 10 years, it debuted at Auckland in 2014. The concept of the event is simple: photographers of all skill levels are welcome to showcase their work in the improvised gallery made of washing lines using pegs. In return for displaying your work feel free to take a print or prints that take your fancy.
WHEN: Sunday 25th July, 10am - 3pm
WHERE: Ellerslie Village Square - 132 Main Highway (next to War Memorial Hall)
The theme for the Photo Laundry at Ellerslie Village is "Connect". Something that we all need, whether it is physical/social or digital connection.
Photo Laundry is a free community art project presented by Little Unique for Ellerslie Village with the support of Ōrākei Local Board. You don't need to be a photographer to take part, the photos are there for everyone to see. There will live music and be some chalk out for the kids to get creative too.