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Current Space Community Darkroom needs $5K: Kickstarter of the Week [VIDEO]

Kickstarter of the Week is a regular series highlighting the technology, creative and innovation Kickstarter campaigns in Baltimore that might be worth your support. See others here. Current Space, an artist-run gallery located on N. Howard St. in downtown Baltimore, is interested in holding darkroom courses for novices and experts in its “community darkroom.” But to do […]

Kickstarter of the Week is a regular series highlighting the technology, creative and innovation Kickstarter campaigns in Baltimore that might be worth your support. See others here.
Current Space, an artist-run gallery located on N. Howard St. in downtown Baltimore, is interested in holding darkroom courses for novices and experts in its “community darkroom.”
But to do that, it needs $5,000, which it is now trying to raise through Kickstarter.
Donate to Current Space’s Community Darkroom on Kickstarter.

Money raised will be spent on photography programming and darkroom security. A portion of the funds will also go toward updating some of the gallery’s equipment. Right now Current’s darkroom equipment is capable of printing “up to 11×14″ using negatives from 35mm to 4×5,” according to its Kickstarter page.
Memberships to the darkroom will be billed at monthly and hourly rates.
Watch Current Space’s Kickstarter video:
[kickstarter url=http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1625786883/current-space-community-darkroom-0 width=550]

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