On the heels of the Levi’s Print Workshop in San Francisco, the Levi’s brand recently opened the second of its workshops in New York City. The Levi’s Photo Workshop will serve as a community space, hosting creative production, engaging events and an inventive retail experience. Designed as a photography studio, the space features an array of vintage and modern photography resources that span the history of the craft, as well as serving as a fully-functioning photo shop offering vintage camera rentals and various for-sale products related to photography, an on-demand printing center, exhibition space and a professional-grade studio with photo assistants and digital technicians. Local artists, community groups and non-profit organizations are able to use the equipment to create their own photography-based work that can then be exhibited or sold in the Workshop. The Levi’s Photo Workshop will close up shop on December 18th and is located at 18 Wooster Street in SoHo.
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