The 2015 festival is nearly upon us, and Capture HQ is all engines go this week.
Over the last few days, we launched our 2015 Capture Photography Festival magazine, we put the finishing touches on our redesigned website, and we flicked the switch on our Indiegogo campaign (closes April 30). Plus, just to keep things interesting, we moved offices.
Thanks go to our digital and print designers at Assembly Digital and Clou Studios for keeping up with our madcap schedule and creating such beautiful products, including the custom “My Itinerary” builder, made to help you keep track of all your Festival to-dos. Don’t forget to add the Thursday, April 2, Capture festival launch and Images That Speak opening reception!
Some of the 2015 Capture exhibitions have already opened—including Jeremy Shaw‘s Medium-Based Time at the CAG and Yedda Morrison‘s impressively titled Nothing Here Appears to Exist But What Contributes to Harmony at Republic—so you can start working on that to-do list now.
Also take a minute to peruse our Indiegogo perks. In addition to supporting public art and exhibitions in Vancouver, you could become a voting member of Capture Photography Festival Society for a mere $10 or spend an afternoon with celebrated photographer Ian Wallace at his studio. Check out all the perks on the Indiegogo page, and don’t forget to share the link on your social media! It’s all here: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/capture-photography-festival/
See you at the launch!