Saturday, May 20 @ 1 pm PST

Did you know one of the few museum’s dedicated to photography is just down the road in Riverside, CA?

The California Museum of Photography has more than 500,000 pieces in its collection, spanning the history of photography. The gallary is devoted to photography exhibits of both historical & artistic interest. There is a giant camera obscura that is a highlight for many!

The current traveling exhibit is called. Sight Unseen: International Photography by Blind Artists. Sight Unseen presents work by twelve of the most accomplished blind photographers in the world. It is the first major museum exhibition on a subject rich with paradox, provocation, and revelation.

After seeing what there is to see, if you would like to stay, we’re just off Main Street, and we can shoot downtown. I would expect us to be finished around 3:00 or 3:30 pm

Cameras are allowed but **This is a “no tripod” field trip** (not allowed in the museam.) 

At 1:00 pm, we’ll meet at the UCR ARTS California Museum of Photography 3824 + 3834 Main Street Riverside, CA 92501 [Google Maps] You’ll need to park on the street or at one of the nearby parking garages. 

If you’re interested in going, please contact Bruce Herwig at

To register for your free tickets CLICK HERE or get your free tickets when you arrive. (I’m waiting to get mine in person)

⭐  Must see if you are serious about photography

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐  It’s a great place for the photo enthusiasts

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐  Fun and unexpected discovery. Interesting range of exhibits. Don’t miss the giant camera obscura