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400 Visitors In Two Days Photography Exhibition

Published: Tue 5 Dec 2000 12:44 AM
400 Visitors In Two Days At Central City Photography Exhibition
The Central City Fresh Perspectives Photography Exhibition opened its doors to the public for the first time on Saturday morning and had about 400 people in to view the images over the weekend.
The exhibition is of the winning professional portfolio and, winning and finalist amateur images from the competition of the same name - initiated by the Central City Mayoral Forum in association with Christchurch City Council, and partnered by Christchurch and Canterbury Marketing Ltd and the New Zealand Institute of Professional Photography.
The exhibition sits alongside the NZIPP's Touring Print (an exhibition of the top prints from the Institute's annual print judging competition).
People's prize - visitors to the exhibition are invited to vote for their favourite image from the amateur section and be put into a prize draw for a print by Johannes van Kan (one of Christchurch's leading photographers and a gold award winner in this year's NZIPP's Touring Print).
Central City Fresh Perspectives - Photography Exhibition Old Chief Post Office Building, Cathedral Square, until Sunday 17 December (11am-6pm daily)
For further information contact: Kay Carston Communication Coordinator Christchurch City Council Ph 372 2416
Christchurch City Council http://www.ccc.govt.nz

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