Now into our 5th Annual Collection, we’ve seen some amazing photos!
Each year we collect the work in a limited edition book. The book can be purchased for $30 (while quanitities last) at Wilson Education Resource Centre (W.E.R.C) located at 178 Victoria St. Kitchener.
We suggest you call ahead to make sure we have stock!
Work from past years has been on display at a number of locations including THEMUSEUM, Kitchener Public Library, Open Doors Waterloo, Conestoga Mall, The Shops Uptown Waterloo and City of Waterloo planning meetings. If you are interested in having work shown at your event or location please contact us for availability. firstname.lastname@example.org
Note: All photos are owned by their respective photographers. Imagine A Show and the sponsoring organization(s) have been given permission to collect the photos and show them to you.
2015 with Kitchener Public Library
We were back with more workshops at Kitchener Public Library and this year they challenged youth to take photos about collaboration, inspiring change and light. In addition to these sessions, more programming was developed with THEMUSEUM, Tinker Truck and Macro Class. One iteration of our collection was displayed Nov-Dec at THEMUSEUM, Kitchener while the final show was displayed at Kitchener Public Library the following March.
2014 with snapd Kitchener-Waterloo
snapdKW invited youth across the Waterloo Region to celebrate what they loved and share it with the world through photography. This year we also ran a number of workshops at Kitchener-Public Library, Waterloo Public Library and THEMUSEUM hoping to inspire new photographers to step forward and share their work. The final collection was displayed Nov-Dec at THEMUSEUM, Kitchener.
2013 with Grand River Hospital
Grand River Hospital challenged all students with 5 themes (Compassion, Respect, Collaboration, Professionalism, Positive Attitude) and also invited youth, with a parent or guardian, to explore the hospital with their cameras and take photos of key areas within. The list of available spaces included many key areas including operating rooms, inpatient surgery, childbirth, children and emergency. Our final collection was displayed in May at Conestoga Mall, Waterloo
2012 with Waterloo Region District School Board
Our first year had us working with students from across the Waterloo Region District School Board. Secondary students developed pieces in their classes and Elementary students explored 5 different themes: The Wonders of Nature, The Art of Abstract Photography, My Best Friend Is My Pet, School Days, What Does Happiness Mean To Me?. A special thanks goes out to the WRDSB teachers who championed the concept, helped spread the word and challenged their students. The collection was displayed in May at Conestoga Mall, Waterloo.