The Museum of Photographic Arts presents the 10th exhibition of emerging artists

Located next to the Sykes Building on the banks of the Hillsborough River in downtown Tampa at 400 N. Ashley Drive, Cube 200, Tampa, FMoPA features multiple styles of photography with the goal of depicting the intricacies of the medium and enriching the community. .

The founders of UPAG are active supporters of FMoPA and over the years have developed a relationship with the museum’s former executive director, Zora Carrier. In an effort to show dedication to its mission, FMoPA partnered with UPAG in 2013 to help exhibit the works of emerging and mid-career artists. Each artist experiments with their own style and style, portraying a unique take on the medium.

UPAG supports the education and creative progress of its represented artists via an internet platform as well as field exhibitions in museums and galleries around the world.

UPAG’s mission is to develop the medium of photography as a validated global art form and to support other emerging artists in their artistic endeavours.

The gallery’s 10th annual edition will feature works by photographic artists from the United States and Europe. The pieces presented will span a variety of genres and aesthetics, illustrating current artistic trends by emerging artists.

The artists will hold an unveiling event on September 16 from 5-7 p.m.

Museum hours are Friday 12-7 p.m. and Saturday-Thursday 12-5 p.m.

Admission is free for museum members; $10 for adults; and $8 for students, military, and seniors.

Michael E. Marquez