Disposable Camera Project Pop Up Gallery Launch Party on July 11 in Toronto

The Disposable Camera Project (DCP), in collboration with the Toronto Urban Photography Festival (TUPF), presents the Pop Up Gallery Launch Party July 11 at 6:30PM. It will be their Opening Gala as well as the TUPF Closing Party.

Pop Up Gallery Launch Party

FREE Admission

Section 37 Gallery
180 Sudbury Street – Concourse Level
(Queen St. W & Gladstone)
Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Friday, July 11, 2014/6:30pm-11pm

The Disposable Camera Project (DCP) aims to democratize street photography by actually involving the people on the street. Cameras are hidden across the city and everyday people who find them are encouraged to take pictures, capturing moments that might have otherwise forever gone unnoticed. DCP wants to tell the stories of people in cities all over the world, through the people themselves. It’s street photography showcasing people on the street BY the people on the street. Spontaneous, unplanned & unfiltered. That’s DCP.

Come see the best photos to have come out of DCP’s first year of activity, celebrating a worldwide community captured in analogue, using the simplicity of snap-and-shoot disposable cameras. In collaboration with TUPF (Toronto Urban Photography Festival), it will also act as the festival closing gala.

Come for:
– A celebration of analogue photography
– Photo Giveaways/Raffles
– Drinks
– The world in one room

Moments that might never have been captured, for the people BY the people. That’s DCP.

It’s free admission. We hope to see you there!