Polaroid Portrait Project

This event last occurred on February 21, 2015, 11 am—4 pm.

Acting as an analog intervention in a digital world, the Polaroid Portrait Project seeks to emphasize the importance of human process and visual aesthetic by inviting participants to create tangible images that are instantly developed, instantly displayed, and instantly celebrated.

Join project creators Devan Durante and Brandon Lane in this unique experience of utilizing Polaroid cameras from the 1970s to take portraits of visitors and add images to a growing gallery wall of people visiting the Museum. 

Event Type: 
Family and Youth Programs