Tacoma Photography Committee 2020 Gallery Show

Don't miss out on the chance to enjoy the Tacoma Photography Committee's 2020 Gallery Show! Typically only shown in person, this year we have a special digital show for all to enjoy.
Don Thompson Don Thompson
Tacoma Photography Committee Chair
April 14, 2020
Tacoma Photography Committee 2020 Gallery Show
Main image of Mt. Rainier National Park, by Don Thompson.

Join the Tacoma Branch Photography Committee as we celebrate our 2020 Gallery Show! Going on its 14th year, this show is typically only seen in person at Catholic Community Services in Tacoma. However, due to social distancing restrictions we are now offering it online for all members to see and enjoy.

Members submit up to 10 prints each, and all participants vote on what is displayed in the Gallery Show. Each year we have a guest photographer to judge for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place in two categories: “Natural World” and “Hand of Man.” This year’s judge is a professional photographer and past president of the Sound Exposure Photo Club in Gig Harbor; past judges have included photographers from the Tacoma News Tribune.

This year’s photographers are Joe Becker, John Woods, Troy Mason, Gary Peniston, and Don Thompson. The photos were all taken within the past year and are a variety of outdoor adventure, landscape, wildlife, and urban subjects. The Gallery Show is typically open during the day time and includes an evening reception where guests can view the photos and meet the photographers; we are hoping that restrictions will be lifted in time to host a reception on the third Thursday of June.

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Learn More about the Tacoma Branch Photography Committee

The Tacoma Branch Photography Committee meets the second Tuesday of every month at 7pm in the Tacoma Program Center to discuss technical aspects of photography, answer questions, and share photos that we’ve taken. Other activities include photography outings and our annual photo scavenger hunt.

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Main image of Mt. Rainier National Park by Don Thompson.