National LGBTQ Organization Launches Affordable Photography Studio

National LGBTQ Organization Launches Affordable Photography Studio

National LGBTQ organization, The Change Project, comes together with Nashville makerspace Fort Houston to provide an affordable and accessible photography studio for “shakers” and “makers.”

What: The Change Project has come together offer this affordable hourly photography studio rental space in the city of Nashville, “The Shakers & Makers Studio.”. The Change Project will provide backdrops, lighting equipment, and the space. Participants use their own cameras. This studio also offers its own photography services. Participants can rent the studio for hourly, half day, and full day rates. Photographers also have the opportunity to become a “member,” which offers more rental options. Further programming and events for the studio are planned to launch later this year.

When: Immediately! Openings as early as Monday, October 15th

Where: Fort Houston, Nashville TN

Who: The Change Project, National LGBTQ Advocacy Organization

Press Contact: Steven Romeo, Founder and Executive Director, steven@embodyprogress.org

Shawn Reilly, National Field Organizer, shawn@embodyprogress.org

Why:  Following their recently launched comprehensive storytelling campaign, “Faces of LGBTQ America,” The Change Project sought to create accessible pathways for community members to create their own art. Through intentional partnership with Fort Houston, The Change Project has been able to bring this dream to life. Creating space for Nashvillians to flex their creative muscle is deeply aligned with The Change Project’s mission of elevating the voices of LGBTQ people and advocate for an improved quality of life through the arts. To find out more or to rent space at the Shakers & Makers Studio, please visit the studio website at http://bit.ly/nashphotostudio