Portraits of CCP @ Center for Creative Photography, Tucson [4 November]

Portraits of CCP


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04
November
10:00 - 13:00

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Center for Creative Photography
1030 N Olive Rd, Tucson, Arizona 85721
Please join the Center for Creative Photography for the inaugural Portraits of CCP. This event honors individuals who have made significant contributions to the Center throughout its history and whose impact will be felt for years to come.

This year’s honorees are Dr. John P. Schaefer, President Emeritus of the University of Arizona and founder of the Center, and Tony Celentano, a volunteer with and supporter of the Center. The two were chosen for their commitment to the CCP since its beginnings and their continuing support.

Appreciations and well-wishes can be shared through tributes in the event program. Full page ads (8.5x5.5) are available for $500, and half page ads (4x5.5) are $250. For more details on tribute ads or event underwriting please contact Gina Compitello-Moore at [email protected] or 520-621-2623.
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