Minneapolis Photographic Society is the only Twin Cities club devoted exclusively to print photography. We are members of the Twin City Area Council of Camera Clubs and the Photographic Society of America.
Through monthly photo competitions, programs, workshops and tutorials, MPS members fine-tune their skills and enjoy fun and friendship with other photography enthusiasts.
We meet at Minneapolis Television Network (MTN) studios. The address is 820 18th Ave. NE, Minneapolis. Directions: The entrance to MTN studios is located approximately one block west of Central Ave in NE Minneapolis. Look for the MTN sign at the door and giant Legos east of the entrance. Parking is on the street next to the building. Do not let the fence and barb wire deter you from entering the building. It is an architectural relic from the days when it was the Minneapolis Arsenal. You can find a map and directions here.
Coming Up . . .
- June 4th
Salon Topic: The Best of the Best Click here for a definition of the salon topic.
Navigating Our Website
about us has contact information for board members, our membership roster and information about joining. Members' special recognition and activities are on the Member Highlights page.
activities has information and links concerning the when and where of our regularly scheduled monthly events. There is a general meeting, typically held on the 1st Monday of the month, which consists of a program and print competition (the salon.) Tutorials are typically held on the 3rd Monday of the month. From time to time activities such as excursions and field trips are scheduled.
gallery is a link to members' photographs which have been awarded honorable mention or higher in one of our salons.
library contains articles by club members, links to members' websites, and links to sites of interest to the photographic community.
yahoo group is a link to our Yahoo group where members can post questions, upload photos for sharing or critiquing, announce a photo op,look for friends to go shooting with....
blog is a link to our blog where members can post messages, after registering.
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