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Photography & Photographers

 

Daniel Coury Photographer

http://www.danielcoury.com

 

Friends of Photography

http://www.friendsofphoto.org
The Lowell Friends of Photography are students, alumni, faculty, and staff of the University of Massachusetts, Lowell who share a common respect and love for the photographic processes. They meet regularly to discuss art, life, and photography and show their work at exhibitions worldwide.

 

Megpix Photography

www.megpix.com

Meghan Moore photographs kids, artists, politicians, scholars, mothers, and others in her Lowell studio and in the wilds beyond!

 

Shanti Jain Photography

http://www.shantijain.com

  

Eastern Photographic Services

5 Webber Street
Lowell, MA 01851
978-937-0101

http://easternphoto.com/index.html

 

Dean Powell Photography

http://www.deanpowellphotography.com

 

Pizzuti Studios Photography

http://www.pizzutistudios.com/index.html

 

James Higgins Photography

http://www.jameshigginsphotography.com

 

Sue Peacock Photography

http://www.suepeacockphotos.com

 

Western Avenue Studios

122 Western Avenue
Lowell, MA 01851
Western Avenue Artists Association: 978-349-8069

http://westernavenuestudios.com/index.html
Since opening day, Western Avenue Studios has become an integral part of the cultural life of the city of Lowell. In addition to participating in the annual citywide Lowell Open Studios and holding monthly First Saturday Open Studios, WAS has provided venues for the 7th Annual International Edible Book Festival, the Lowell Quilt Festival, and the Lowell Photography Weekend. The summer of 2006 marked the inception of the Summer Art Program for Children. The Western Avenue Studios Artist Association represents many of the artists at Western Avenue Studios. The organization provides outreach and develops partnerships with other cultural institutions in the city.

 

Arts League of Lowell

P.O. Box 7134
Lowell, MA 01852

http://www.artsleagueoflowell.com
"It is the mission of the Arts League of Lowell to be a community of artists of all expressions, to encourage mutual support, facilitate the sharing of knowledge, and provide a unified voice for the arts." In a city whose motto is "Art is the handmaid of human good" the Arts League of Lowell has become the catalyst for the creation of a community of all artists. Through ALL, longtime residents and Lowell's new cultural immigrants can come together to share ideas and resources, and to promote each others' work.