Light Factory Readies for City Block Project

It's 24 hours in the life of the N.C. Music Factory
Courtesy, The Light Factory

Get your cameras ready.

The Light Factory Paparazzi has chosen the N.C. Music Factory as the location for the 2012 City Block project, the 24-hour photography project set to start at noon on Saturday, Apr 21 and run for 24 hours.

Interested? Learn more at an information session on Thursday, Mar 29 at The Light Factory's Knight Gallery  from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Or check out The event is open to professional and amateur photographers.

“The NC Music Factory offers a campus of creativity,” said City Block originator Sean Busher. “With quirky buildings, cool crowds, and diverse perspectives, there's a ton to shoot.” (I'm just betting you can get some interesting people shots at around 2 a.m.)

Entrants may submit their work online via Winning images will be exhibited at The Light Factory. The entry fee is $15 for the first submission and $5 for each additional image. Members of the Paparazzi can submit their images for $5 per image.

For the past two years, City Block has engaged photographers from all over the Charlotte area who have captured beautiful, striking images of the EpiCentre (2010) and NASCAR Hall of Fame (2011). 

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