Join us to celebrate the opening of the 11th annual Photoville Festival with our
Starting at 1pm on Saturday, June 4, with a rain date of June 5
Leica Camera Programming at the Leica Camera Pavilion
Learn more and ignite your passion for photography with Leica Camera at Photoville!
Adobe Photoshop Lightroom Programming and Demos
Come by the Adobe Tent and join for demos featuring “before and after” photos—see what is possible!
Stop by Penumbra Foundation’s Tintype Booth to have your portrait taken and learn more about the historic 19th century photo process!
Photowalk with Tomás Karmelo Amaya — born for the A:shiwi, Rarámuri, and Yoeme tribes, Tomás Karmelo Amaya is a creative director, filmmaker, writer, visual artist, and Indigenous Futurist.
Learn to build and shoot a photo-worthy place setting from the ground up with Prop Stylist Robin Zachary at West Elm DUMBO!
Discover the art of environmental portraiture using Brooklyn as your backdrop in an engaging photowalk with Jose “Tutes” Tutiven.
What do you see through the lens of your imagination? Decorate your own cardboard “camera” and then, with the help of Creatively Wild’s teaching artists, draw the images you see in your imagination into the display of your camera! Let’s go creatively wild!
Put on your walking shoes and your mask, and join the Photoville team on a curated tour of the Photoville Festival!
Learn how to make your own zines (mini-magazine) using recycled and repurposed images through collage and collaboration with ICP faculty and alum, Roy Baizan.
Visit SVACE and Tiffany Smith Studio at the Throned interactive photo booth — featuring a wicker throne chair, custom backdrop, plants, and props highlighting plant life from the Caribbean. The public will have the opportunity to have a free portrait taken by Tiffany Smith!
Photowalk with Piyatat Primtongtrakul — from Chiang Mai, Thailand — who has found a new way to express his creativity, inspired by the raw nature and authenticity of everyday moments.
Join ICP for a hands-on imagemaking activity for all ages! Participants will learn basic photographic techniques and use whatever imagemaking device they have to celebrate the people, places, and things that make DUMBO come to life!
Join ICP for a workshop by award-winning and internationally exhibited photographer Lynn Saville, introducing students to the magic of taking photographs along New York’s waterways — with a focus on the DUMBO waterfront!
Photowalk with Tristan Zhou — Japanese by birth, Tristan lived in China from the age of 11 and now works as a freelancer in Seattle — where he captures arresting architectural images.
Photographer and New York Times editor, Jeffrey Henson Scales, discusses the recently-discovered photographs he made as a teenager in the 1960s Oakland of the Black Panthers from his upcoming book, In A Time of Panthers.
Capture movement while chasing light in an action-packed parkour photowalk with Brooklyn-based photographer, Ben Franke, along with local athletes.
Educating the next generation of imagemakers is a major priority for the Photoville community, and we’d like to welcome all educators to mingle and discuss how we can advance photography and image-based lessons in the classroom!
Photowalk with Alixe Lay — Alixe is a Malaysian-born photographer based in London. Interior spaces and travel are her passions.
In partnership with Photoville, Haiti Cultural Exchange presents Mizik Ayiti! featuring renowned Haitian artist Beethova Obas. A fusion of Haitian troubadour and jazz, along with Brazilian and Cuban music, Beethova’s unique sound, accompanied by his profound lyrics, have inspired generations.
Behind the Shutter is a live visual storytelling event that gives Black Shutter Productions’ guests an opportunity to talk about their work and their process of making images.
Closing out our community celebration, we’ll have longtime friend and internationally renowned groove-maker DJ LiKWUiD playing us out through the end of the evening.