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PhotoVelo in the Dallas Observer
Sunday, October 16, at Eno’s Pizza Tavern
If you ever had to compete in a scavenger hunt as a kid, you’ll probably remember it wasn’t very difficult. The clues were easy, the objects in plain sight and it was really only a race of speed, which made the scavenging part so unnecessary. Flash forward to now and the grown-up version of that competition really isn’t child’s play. You need mental strength and a strategy to win adult scavenger hunts, and for PhotoVelo you also need a bike. Bike Friendly Oak Cliff is hosting their third annual bicycle photo scavenger hunt in which individuals and teams of two to four cyclists are given a list of items to photograph around Oak Cliff. All you need are your bike, map, a Sharpie and your camera. Oh, plus you need a place to print or develop your pictures, and we can tell you with certitude that Walgreens needs to take down that one-hour photo sign. So if you live in dark ages, have the darkroom ready to go when the race begins at 12:30 p.m. Sunday at Eno’s Pizza Tavern. You can register for free by emailing or showing up in person before noon on Sunday, and stay after the race ends at 4 p.m. for live music and an early dinner at Eno’s. The winner of PhotoVelo gets a free meal at Eno’s (up to $75), and second place snags tickets to the DMA. Hey, if you don’t win you got a free workout, so really everyone’s a winner.



Art Conspiracy
December 12, one night only 7 p.m.
511 West Commerce – featuring over 150 artists with live auction

Amon Carter Museum
December 12, through May 16, 2010
Edward S. Curtis: The North American Indian

Amon Carter Museum
Through January 3, 2010
Masterworks of American Photography: Moments in Time

Photo Scavenger hunt
Through December 31, 2009
All are welcome to participate. Teams of 2 or 3 required.

Sixth Floor Museum
Through July 31, 2010
A Photographer’s Story: Bob Jackson and the Kennedy Assassination

As part of the 10 Day Cyclesomatic bicycle festival, and 75208 Bike Group are teaming up to present a bicycle photo scavenger hunt on Sunday October 4 from 12p.m. – 3p.m. This event will start in the Bishop Arts District, and will require all you shutterbugs to grab pics from our specially selected scavenger hunt list, while pedaling throughout the area. The hunt will end back in the Bishop Arts District, just in time for Eno’s Oktoberfest! Grand prize winner will receive a special prize on stage at the afternoon’s festival, so be prepared for fun!

Event Details and RULES here


An entry from last year's photo scavenger hunt

An entry from last year's photo scavenger hunt

Cyndi Long is organizing another photo scavenger hunt this year. These events are great fun to say the least, so don’t miss out. Here are the deets:


[1303] Experimental Art Space
1303 Chemical Street
Dallas, TX


Saturday, March 21, 2009
9:00am – 11:00pm


Cyndi Long

Schedule of Events:

9am: the list is released
4pm: the entries are due
8pm: the party begins (no verbal communication first hour- only twitter, facebook, texting, handwriting)
9pm: talking allowed
10pm: winners announced
11pm: event over

And here is a note from the hostess herself:

The official votes have been tallied and it’s looking like the fans of Sat, March 21st have prevailed. I’m incredibly sorry to those that begged and pleaded for a different date. We will miss your contributions to this show. Can’t please all the people all of the time, right? I hope something opens up in your schedules and you are able to join us!

Oh, and keep in mind- even if you can’t participate in the day of hunting, you can still make it to the viewing party that night. AND… if you can’t physically make it to the party, you can still “be there” via Twitter, FaceBook, Myspace, Texting or whatever non-verbal device you know of! If you don’t partake in any of those forms of communication, bring a notepad and a pencil. We ain’t scared of old school. Should be interesting.

More specific details will be announced as the date gets closer, but you should start stretching your hamstrings NOW. I’m super excited, and I can tell that a lot of you lovely folks are, too. See ya soon!!!

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