This Sunday, January 13th, we’ll be hosting the #sfphotohunt with our friends at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco. It’s an #instawalk with a historical twist, join us for a photographic scavenger hunt and panel discussion inspired by the exhibition “The Radical Camera: New York’s Photo League 1936–1951.” Participation in the hunt earns you free admission to the CJM, where you can get lost in midcentury New York…until it’s time to win a $200 gift certificate to Photojojo!
1pm–3pm // Meet on the Plaza in front of the Contemporary Jewish Museum to receive your scavenger hunt assignments. Winner of the hunt will be determined by expert judges, including Jessica Zollman (@jayzombie!).
3–3:30pm // Show an #SFphotohunt entry and receive free admission to the Museum.
3:30-4pm // We’ve come a long way since the 35mm camera first gave the Photo Leaguers the ability to take photography to go. Grab a Taylor’s Tonic from the Fizzary, purveyors of all things old-timey, sweet, and bubbly, and listen in on a panel discussion on mobile photography with our esteemed judges including Pete Kiehart, SF Chronicle Visuals Editor; Vince Donovan, Photographer and Owner of Photobooth; Travis Jensen, SF Street Photographer.
4pm // Winners Announced! Best photo of the day receives a $200 gift certificate to Photojojo, and best photo from the #SFphotohunt contest overall wins a Lytro camera (learn more about the ongoing #SFphotohunt contest at http://www.thecjm.org/sfphotohunt).
4:15-5pm // The Museum is open until 5pm.