Wichita Area Camera Club
To provide education and activities to those interested in photography, through programs, camera instruction, photographic field trips, critiquing photos and photo competition. We embrace both film cameras and digital camera photography. Persons may join the W.A.C.C. by paying annual dues of $30.00 to the treasurer of the club. Our fiscal year begins on October 1 of each year. You can communicate with our treasurer, Bruce Ward, at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by phone at 316.250.4479. You can send the dues to Bruce Ward 5403 E Pembrook Wichita KS 67220 After joining, all the Programs, Lessons and Seminars are FREE.
The Wichita Area Camera Club (W.A.C.C.) was founded in 1951 (Originally as Wichita Amateur Camera Club) in Wichita, KS as a non-profit organization. The objective of the W.A.C.C. is to encourage photographers in the improvement of their hobby, vocation or avocation photography. Many years ago the amateur requirement was dropped, and after looking at the fact that membership much was more south central Kansas instead of just Wichita, the name has evolved to Wichita Area Camera Club. The W.A.C.C. is a long time member of the P.S.A. (Photographic Society of America) and the N4C (North Central Council of Camera Clubs). Meetings are open to the public on the 2nd Tuesday of each month. We meet at Douglas Photographic Imaging 2300 E Douglas (Douglas & Spruce) Wichita KS Entry to the building is on the side near the back and up the ramp inside. The meeting room is Studio C, the large room in the back of the building. Parking is to the side or rear of the building. Meetings begin promptly at 7:30 p.m. and are traditionally over by 9:30 p.m. Guests are always welcome.
Gerald McCoy, President