Project Street 7:30 - group exhibition

Melbourne photographers Craig Wetjen and Steve Scalone have teamed up to create a unique one day event, Project Street 7:30. Thirty photographers, each with their own vision, will come together to become part of a special one day photographic alliance.

© Silvi Glattauer
© Silvi Glattauer

This unique collaboration of 30 photographers will each create a distinctive image of Melbourne street life, with each allowed seven hours in which to shoot, edit, and print their image, culminating in the exhibition of the best images taken on the same day.

The exhibition launched on 3 June 2017 and a number of prints were auctioned on the night. By the end of the evening, almost $12,000 was raised for the organisation, Kids Under Cover, to help the homeless of Melbourne. 

© Lisa Saad
© Lisa Saad

About the creators

Craig Wetjen and Steve Scalone have teamed up to create this unique one day event. They are currently planning on taking this project to all the major cities across Australia. Craig and Steve share many commonalities in photography. They both have credentials that set them apart in the educational field of photography. 

© Andrew Chapman
© Andrew Chapman
© Alli Harper
© Alli Harper
© Alan Moyle
© Alan Moyle
© Steve Scalone
© Steve Scalone
© Craig Wetjen
© Craig Wetjen



 

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