How do you Capture Kingston? Show us in the Malting Tower Room at the Tett Centre for Creativity and Learning on September 14th from 7 – 9 PM. The Tett Centre is located on the waterfront, 370 King Street W, and will be featuring the ninth Bring Your Thing event of 2017. In celebration of Canada 150+ and Kingston heritage, we invite you to bring art works, photographs, instruments or artifacts that capture stories of Kingston. We encourage everyone to come out and experience Kingston rich heritage through the objects and stories of others!
Along with the items brought by members of the community, the pop-up museum will feature artifacts from local museum, including; tMilitary Communications and Electronics Museum, the W.D. Jordan Rare Books and Special Collections, St. George’s Cathedral and the RMC Museum.
Jennifer McKendry, well respected local author and architectural historian, will share her knowledge and personal collection as she presents Kingston Revealed: Early Photography in Kingston from the Daguerreotype to the Postcard.
Please refer to the Tett Centre of Creativity and Learning website for details about parking Link Here . Please note that the Malting Tower is located on the top floor of the building at the end of the corridor
We want to see how you capture Kingston! Post an image on Instagram with #BYTKingston and #CaptureKingston for your chance to win a gift card to Camera Kingston foto source so that you can capture more of Kingston! Follow us and be sure to vote for your favourite photo. We won’t mind if you have more than one favourite! 😃The winner is chosen by the most number of likes and will be announced at the Bring Your Thing: Capture Kingston event on September 14th.