Studio Space Junk, an analog-based store at 436 Frazier Ave., will celebrate its one-year anniversary with a free Polaroid Art Exhibit this weekend.
All entries were submitted by customers, using Impossible Project or Fuji instant film.
"This is the perfect detour to spark your before- and after-dinner conversations," says studio owner Diana Edwards. "We will also have a $2 instant photo booth for those who want to witness a 1960s Polaroid camera in action. Kids are fascinated by this."
The exhibit will be on view 6-9 p.m. Friday, Aug. 30, and 4-9 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 31.
Free parking is available in the lot behind the building.
Light refreshments will be provided, along with corkscrews, bottle openers and cups for visitors who want to BYOB.
For more information, visit www.studiospacejunk.com or call 423-531-6066.
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