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09/22/2016 00:00:00 f8 Photography Collective Presents..an f8 Retrospective Central West Free

f8 Photography Collective presents..an f8 Retrospective Joseph D. Carrier Gallery Atrium and Lower Gallery September 8-October 3 Opening reception: Friday 9 Sept, 6:30-9:30 pm f8 Photography Collective celebrates its sixth year together with a special reprise exhibition. f8 artists are Margit Koivisto, Maureen Littlewood, Catherine MacKinnon, Michael MacLaverty, Natalia Shields, Felicity Somerset, Rod Trider, and John Wallace. Guest artists are Robert Greatrix, Joe Calleja, Jude Marion and Selby Shanly. For a private viewing, please contact John Wallace at ziggydoodle@rogers.com or at 416-690-2077 For enquiries please contact gallery curator Rosa Graci at 416-789-7011 ext 300. Visit us at www.f8photographycollective.com

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