An exhibit celebrating the 100 year existance of the St Louis Camera Club is currently being held in the Nancy Spirtas Kranzberg Gallery of the Sheldon-ExhibitSheldon Art Galleries at 3648 Washington Blvd St Louis MO. The exhibit will be open through August 16th.

Photo Gallery from Opening Reception

Mounted in celebration of the 100th anniversary of the St. Louis Camera Club, founded in 1914, this juried exhibition features 50 photographs by current members submitted under the themes, Nature, Color, Travel and Photojournalism. The St. Louis Camera Club is one of the oldest in the nation, although documentation exists that as early as 1891, members of a camera club in St. Louis presented lantern slides in New York City. Club members come from all walks of life, making for a diverse organization of photo enthusiasts. The mission of the St. Louis Camera Club is to promote the art and science of photography in a social environment where photographers of all skill levels are welcomed. The club embraces the advancement of photography through member education, innovation, technology and creativity.

    • Tuesday, Noon - 8 p.m.
    • Wednesday through Friday, Noon - 5 p.m.
    • Saturday, 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
    • one hour before Sheldon concerts and during intermission.