RIVER CITY CAMERA CLUB

Welcome!   
River City Camera Club meets the first Wednesday of the month from September through May.
Our focus is promoting the knowledge and enjoyment of photography.  

We meet in the community center at Covenant Village of the Great Lakes located at: 
2510 Lake Michigan Dr. NW, Grand Rapids, Michigan 
from 7:00pm until approximately 9:30pm.

                                                                       
Please join us as our guest at the next meeting-All skill levels are welcome! 


                          Even if you don't own a camera yet or are just interested in seeing some great photos come join us.

                                          For all online purchases of RCCC products and memberships see the Memberships and Products page.  

  
ANNOUNCEMENTS
                         
Just a reminder of the meeting this wednesday at 7pm at Panera bread,
up stairs on Kenowa & 44th in Grandville Mi. If you plan on eating at Panera Bread,
please arrive 20-15 minutes early to order your food due to how busy it is
or use the app on your phone to place a to go order to get your food faster. 


Hope to see everyone next year............

James Cook will present a selection of his Wounded Knee--1990 centennial photographs while discussing photographic challenges and techniques.  For over a decade he photographed the Lakota, resulting in a PBS special and a Smithsonian permanent display.  As a photojournalist, Cook has had hundreds of assignments for Newsweek, Time, Business Week, Forbes and magazines worldwide.  [SaugatuckPhotography.com]
                                                                                                               
                                
Martin Kiernan’s Windmill Morning took First Place at the 
2017 Holland Friends of Art Spring Member Show

Fifty-two HFA members submitted 90 pieces of artwork to be judged by juror LeeAnne Frame. Out of the all the artwork, 43 submissions were chosen to be displayed in the Lievense gallery. A wide variety of media are represented including acrylic, oil and watercolor paintings, fiber sculptures, photographs and ceramics. The exhibition will run through June 3.

During, the reception on Thursday, three top winners and four honorable mentions were presented with awards for their artwork. First place was awarded to Martin Kiernan’s Windmill Morning, a photograph. Second place went to James McMillan for his watercolor painting titled Windmill Island Canal. Dian  Taylor was awarded third place for her watercolor, Nod to M. Avery and P. Bonnard. Honorable mentions included Betsy Buurma Morton, Susie Osier, Cindy Bender, and Gina Johnson.