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944 Magazine and the UnScene Photography Tour

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Unscene

944 Magazine and the UnScene Photography Tour Presents
UnScene San Diego

Winner flown to LA for final competition & shot at national spread in 944 Magazine

The five finalists for UnScene San Diego are:

Mike Cutri
Tyler Gipe
Brian Terry
Mike Brown
Chad Cavanaugh

 

WHAT: The UnScene Mobile Photography Tour and 944 Magazine are thrilled to announce UnScene San Diego, a gallery exhibition celebrating the citys hottest up-and-coming photographers. During a one-night photogenic affair at W San Diego, five finalists will showcase their best images of San Diego, while vying for a chance to make it to the national finals. Chosen by 944 readers, one lucky finalist will compete next spring in Los Angeles against six other finalists for a national spread in 944 Magazine.

All works will be on sale the night of the event with proceeds benefiting a local charity.

WHEN: November 20, 2008 – 6-9 pm

WHERE: W San Diego – 421 West B St – San Diego, CA 92101

About the UnScene
The UnScene is a company dedicated to exposing emerging artists worldwide through mobile and online competitions. The UnScene travels city to city to expose emerging artists via one night gallery events. At each event, one photographer is awarded with a high profile exposure prize. Working with galleries and non-traditional public venues, the UnScene aims to find artists and help them get ready for the spotlight.

About 944 Magazine
The fastest growing lifestyle media conglomerate in the industry, 944 Media was founded in 2001 and has quickly become regarded as the leading resource in the nations most desired entertainment hubs. Offering a fully integrated marketing solution, 944 Media specializes in print and online magazine content, special events, and custom design/publications with flagship offices in Los Angeles, Miami, Las Vegas, Phoenix, San Diego, Orange County and now San Francisco. ')}