Kensington Market

September 19th, 2015 – 9am to 1pm

Meeting everyone at Don’t Call Me Cupcake at 160 Baldwin St. for 9am. We’ll walk around Kensington Market, one of the funkiest area in Toronto, located just west of Spadina’s Chinatown.  With an eclectic mix that is hard to describe the place has the feeling of a neatly laid-out souk. Most of the stretch on Kensington Avenue, south of St. Andrews, is chock-full of vintage clothing stores with candy-colour façades. After a morning of shooting we can hit up one of the many restaurants in the area, The Dirty Bird at 79 Kensington Ave. Afterwards we can walk down Spadina and photograph Chinatown and maybe head over to Graffitt Alley south of Queen St.

This is a good opportunity to gather some images for our up and coming contest themes, Street Life and Architecture.

Architecture – Images of the buildings designed and built to serve both a human purpose and a pleasing (or not!) aesthetic. Could also include landscape architecture but would not include purely engineering structures.

Street Life People in the urban environment. People behaving (or not!) within the context of their urban surroundings. Images should include both people and their environment.

Contact: Jeniffer Vieira – Vieira.j.76@gmail.com – C) 647-281-7340

BPC Members – Free – Show you member ship card 

Non Member – $10

Stay tuned for fun details and photos.