The Lancaster Photography Association (LPA) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) group organized to promote education and the art and science of photography; and to provide education, information, inspiration and opportunity for all persons interested in photography; and to support philanthropic endeavors in the community through photography.
The Lancaster Photography Association (LPA) was formed in the 1960's by a group of local photography enthusiasts who wanted to share their love of photography with others.
Since that time, the LPA has grown to well over 125 members. Our members represent a wide range of experience, from novice to professional photographers, and cover all areas of interest: portraiture, nature, travel, landscape, photo-journalism, creative effects, digital imaging, macro, etc.
Club activities include: our monthly meetings, guest speakers, workshops, competitions, slide shows, field trips and the A.V. Fair Photo Exhibit. We also publish a monthly newsletter.
So whether you're a beginner looking to improve your photographic skills, or a professional seeking to become involved in more activities, you're welcome to join the LPA.
3rd Tuesday of each Month – General Membership Meeting – Open to the Public
4th Tuesday of each Month (except Dec) – Workshop Night – Open to the Public
The Antelope Valley Senior Center
777 West Jackman Street (corner of Fern)
(Meetings are in the Multi-purpose room. Enter from the south side of building, sign in required.)
You're welcome to contact us with comments or requests for information about the LPA.