Free Portraits Service
Date and time
Richmond Culture Centre
Offered in English and Chinese.
Chung Ai Photographic Society is participating in this years' Culture Day by providing free portraits on Sept 24 Sunday.
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Chung Ai Photographic Society
Chung Ai Photographic Society was established in 1974 as a non-profit Society for Chinese Canadians in Vancouver. The purpose of the Society is to initiate high artistic standard for photography by promoting friendship, exchanging ideas, and sharing new knowledge amongst the members. The Society has been organizing photographic related seminars, workshops, exhibitions, contests, outings, etc. to motivate the art of photography within the local Chinese community.
Chung Ai Photographic Society has over 300 members in the Greater Vancouver and overseas. The majority of our members are photographic hobbyists, but we also have amateur and professional photographers as well as photographic lecturers joining our society. Over the years, our members have been determined to achieve higher levels of photographic standings. They have won numerous merits and awards in different open and international photographic competitions. Some members have received honorary titles from international photographic bodies such as The Photographic Society of America, and The Royal Photographic Society of Great Britain.
Our Society had been keen on participating and supporting local and international activities. We have helped organize photographic activities for the City of Vancouver, arranging Guangzhou-Vancouver Twin City 30th Anniversary Art Show, Bald Eagle Festival Photo Competition, holding International Salon of Photography Competition etc. We provide photographic images to periodicals published by S.U.C.C.E.S.S. and support activities organized by the Chinese Cultural Center of Greater Vancouver. We also have associations with most local main stream photographic clubs in Vancouver, as well as photo clubs in Alberta, Guangzhou, Hong Kong, and The United States of America.
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Richmond Cultural Centre is home to many of Richmond’s essential cultural amenities: Richmond Art Gallery, Richmond Museum, City of Richmond Archives, Richmond Arts Centre, Media Lab, Performance Hall, Rooftop Garden, as well as accessible...