FilmL.A. Sponsors LMGA’s Photo Exhibit, “Downtown: Incomplete LA”

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In April, the Location Managers Guild of America (LMGA) will present a juried photography exhibit, “Downtown: Incomplete LA” featuring original works of fine art photography by professional location scouts and location managers.

Downtown Los Angeles is the theme of the exhibit, which features scenes captured within the ever-evolving communities of Downtown Los Angeles. All photos appearing in the exhibit were captured within the geographic boundaries of Chinatown to the North, the L.A. River to the East, the 10 Freeway to the South and the 110 Freeway to the West.

As a sponsor of this event, FilmL.A. congratulates show finalists Doug Dresser, Ken Hunter, Mark Indig, Barbara Miller and Osceola Refetoff.

We also congratulate those whose competition entries earned honorable mentions, including Lori Balton, Claudia Eastman, Russ Fega, Jody Hummer, Jesse Rivard, Beth Tate, Tano Tropia and Stephen Weissberger.

The Terrell Moore Gallery (1221 S. Hope Street) will host the exhibit, which runs from April 16-30. The exhibit will also by juried by a select group of luminaries including Douglas McCulloh, Aline Smithson and Lee Varis.

We look forward to seeing eNEWS readers at the gallery next month.

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