A Multimedia Recap of Our 200 Yards Opening Reception

Part of the fun of running a gallery is finding great people and organizations to partner with, which is why we were thrilled to join the 200 Yards Photography Project for our first juried photography exhibition.

Using Dickerman Prints Gallery as the epicenter, participants were tasked with capturing images within a 200 yard radius of our photo lab in the Mission. Seth Dickerman, along with Genevieve and Shelly – the founders of 200 Yards and Lightbox SF– then selected 22 images by 15 talented photographers to hang on the walls of our gallery.

The opening reception was held in our space on Friday, June 24, 2011, and we were thrilled to get to know the steady flow of guests while enjoying the photographs on the wall as well as the food trucks outside. Special thanks to Bi Bim Bop for cheffing up Korean rice bowls all night and Cabbit Kitchen for bringing her tasty desert treats.

200 Yards at Dickerman Prints Gallery will be up through July and we are open Monday – Friday from 10am – 6pm. And of course, please let us know if you need any photographic C-printingscanningmountingfilm processingretouching orarchival pigment printing.

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