Thank you to the Harrisburg Camera Club!

They help us by collecting the
recycling over the weekend.

Founded in 1933, the Harrisburg Camera Club has been advancing the art of photography in the Central Pennsylvania for more than 80 years. The club promotes learning through regularly held educational programs, competitions, and critiques.

Club members have been juried into exhibits such as Pennsylvania Art of the State, Olympus InVision Pennsylvania Photographers Exhibition in Bethlehem, PA, Plein Air competitions in Camp Hill, PA, Art Association of Harrisburg, and Perry County Council of the Arts as well as exhibits in Maryland, Colorado, California, New York and Vermont, among others.

Throughout the year, the Club sponsors working field trips to local and regional sites and visits galleries and exhibits to expand members’ knowledge of photographers and photography. Every spring, the Club holds a “Light and Creativity” workshop at Central Penn College featuring nationally known photographers. For information on the workshop, visit

Although the club doesn’t meet regularly during the summer there are scheduled field trips as well as the summer kick off of the Arts Fest held Memorial Day weekend where members have an opportunity to exhibit and sell their work.  For more information and to become a member, visit

Visit the Harrisburg Camera Club in their tent by the Walnut Street Bridge