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The Cleveland Print Room, the nonprofit gallery/darkroom devoted to photography, recently celebrated its 5th anniversary with an open house that allowed visitors to check out its reconfigured community darkroom and try their hand at making photograms — images created without a camera by placing objects on photo-sensitive paper and developing them. It also hosted a members’ appreciation day and an introductory darkroom class.
That same week, it welcomed New York-based photographer Ruddy Roye whose specialty is location portrait photography. In two for two days, he worked with high school students and did a presentation that was open to all interested people, who enjoyed a photo show of images he’d taken in New York, Milwaukee and his native Jamaica, and asked questions about his work.
View the PHOTOSTREAM here.