TODAY is Philly Photo Day!  PPAC invites you to take a photograph.  Use your camera or your phone.  Join others on our fun photo walks or take a free photography workshop!

Rembember to take a picture TODAY, pick your favorite one then visit and send it to us online for the exhibition. PPAC will print and display every single picture for an amazing view of life in your city from every angle and thousands of diverse viewpoints.
The resulting exhibition will take place from November 14 – December 28, 2013.
In addition, 40 images will be produced as billboards and exhibited throughout the city, one of them could be yours!


Please remember:


PPAC is expanding Philly Photo Day to include 20 neighborhood photo murals created by local community centers (see list at bottom of this email). Neighborhood murals will be the city’s first digitally printed photo murals in cooperation with thePhiladelphia Mural Arts Program, and will be installed in December, remaining on display for six months.
Free Philly Photo Day workshops at PPAC!  Learn the compositional rules that help create compelling photographs from PPAC staff members  Josh Brilliant, Sarah Stolfa and Keith Yahrling.  For more information and to register visit ourwebsite.
Free Philly Photo Day Photo Walks with photographers and PPAC members, Laura Krasnow and Gary Reed! 
Join Laura for a tour and photo walk in the city’s Loft District, meet at 2:00 in front of Cafe Lift, 428 North 13th Street.
Join Gary for a tour and photo walk in Germantown and rediscover this vibrant historic neighborhood.  Meet at 2:00 at Imperfect Gallery, 5601 Greene Street (one block south of Chelten on Greene) in Germantown, Philadelphia, PA 19144.
This year’s event is made possible by funding from the Knight Foundationand PNC Arts Alive.
Additional Sponsors:
The City of Philadelphia Mural Arts Program
Clear Channel
With Art Philadelphia
Shades of Paper
Philadelphia Weekly
Blank Rome
Philly Photo Studio
Kreative Mediaworks / Maestro
GD Loft
Pennsylvania Convention Center and Visitors Bureau
Fireball Printing

Community Partners include:

Asian Arts Initiative

The Bethesda House

Caring People Alliance

Drexel University 11st Street Family Health Services

Fleisher Art Memorial

Free Library of Philadelphia

The Goodlands


Norcomm Community Center

North Light Community Center

Northern Liberties Recreation Center/NLArts

Philly Cam

Portside Arts Center

Project Home

University City Arts League

The Village of Arts & Humanities