|Today marks the close of the 2022 Festival and it has been a true pleasure to see many of you live and in person after so long. We hope you have found our exhibitions, public art installations, talks, events, and catalogue featuring local, national, and international artists compelling and engaging. Capture serves as a platform to bring together diverse artists, narratives, issues, examples of lens-based work, and modes of presentation and we hope that through this convergence we incite important dialogues and explore the possibilities the medium presents.|
Capture is truly a collaborative effort between artists, curators, writers, cultural workers, galleries, art organizations, donors, and sponsors and we are deeply grateful to everyone for their enthusiastic participation. I especially want to acknowledge our longstanding relationship with TD Bank, Capture’s Presenting Sponsor, whose support is the foundation of everything we do.
Our Board and staff make Capture happen annually and I am so thankful for everyone’s commitment and positivity through some hectic times! I am truly amazed by what we are able to accomplish with a small team and everyone’s contribution is critical to realizing the Festival.
Finally, to the artists who have participated in the 2022 Festival – thank you for sharing your work with us. Your ideas and vision are the reason Capture happens annually and we are all indebted to you.
Emmy Lee WallExecutive Director
Thank you for joining us this year for Capture 2022. If you enjoyed this year’s Festival, please help support our exhibitions, public art projects, catalogue, and programming by making a tax-deductible donation, buying an Artist Edition, or becoming a member.
Donate online here.
Donations made through Charitable Impact to our charitable partner, the Vancouver Association of Photographic Arts (VAPA), qualify for a tax receipt. All donations collected through VAPA go to Capture Photography Festival.
Purchase an Artist Edition here.
Become a Capture member here.
Image: Miranda Barnes, Lindsay at Pioneer Farm / Tonkawa Land, 2021. Courtesy of the Artist.