Olympus Perspective Playground is a creative photography festival that will begin in February in Wrocław. Everyone can take part in it and make their own photos.
Inhabitants of Wrocław and art lovers from all over Poland will be able to participate in the creative photography festival, which takes place from February 15 to March 10, 2019 , in the old tram depot "Dąbie", Tramwajowa street. Over 2,000 square meters, enthusiasts and professional photographers will have the opportunity to enter the world of unique optics and audiovisual art. Visitors will test the compact and light Olympus OM-D and PEN mirrorless cameras, and each participant will receive an SD card as a gift with photos they have made on site.
Olympus Perspective Playground in February
The exhibition can be watched throughout the week , from Sunday to Wednesday from 11:00 to 21:00 and from Thursday to Sunday from 11 to 23. The event is free, however registration is required on the organizer's website . Perspective Playground, in a playful and artistic way, shows how important are the lenses and optical technologies used in photographic cameras, natural sciences and medicine. The inspiring art exhibition becomes a photographic playground and provides an unforgettable experience.
The ability to test cameras
Visitors to the exhibition will not only test OM-D and PEN cameras , but also learn more about the brand and Olympus, print their favorite photos, experience light painting and take part in many workshops and events, also organized in the evenings. The workshops will be conducted by experienced and recognized photographers who have been cooperating with the brand for years. Participation in them is free, however, due to the educational nature, it is necessary to register for individual formulas of these meetings. Artists Morag Myerscough and Luke Morgan are known all over the world thanks to their unique, large constructions that adorn themselves with neon, geometric patterns and shapes. To each of them also add subtitles containing positive-sounding messages. Especially for the Olympus Perspective Playground, they created a full of intense colors, a constantly changing, interactive installation "Super Labyrinth".