We’ve postponed this journey for over a year, but it’s finally time to go. Redpoint Collective put together a fantastic itinerary with our local guide to see not only the usual places but more importantly to experience places and meet people you wouldn’t get to on your own. Learn more

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Exhibit fundraiser was a big success

by shari on August 29, 2019

Our third exhibition fundraiser and silent auction was a huge success.  Through the generous support of Redpoint members and supporters, and the exhibiting photographers, we raised nearly $20,000 for Operation Breakthrough and the panAFRICAproject.

Thanks to Tiffany Mattson for her fine photography of the evening.

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Focus on the World Photography Exhibit Opens May 3rd 2019

July 22, 2019

First Friday Opening, May 3rd, 6 – 9 p.m. Leedy-Voulkos Art Center 2012 Baltimore, Kansas City, Mo. 64108 2019 marks the eighth year for Redpoint Collective and our third exhibition fundraiser. Members share a passion for photography and exploring the world with our cameras. The exhibit celebrates captured moments, faces and landscapes from every continent. […]

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Welcome back to Kansas City, Mr. Jones

July 14, 2019

Redpoint Collective is proud to welcome Boston photographer Lou Jones to Kansas City June 6th. As the featured artist in our exhibit Focus on the World, Jones is helping us raise money for panAFRICAproject and Operation Breakthrough. Lou Jones’ eclectic career has evolved from commercial to the personal. It has spanned every format, film type, […]

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The Magic of a Photograph

July 6, 2019

Photographs can be deceiving. An image that appears tranquil and quiet may have actually been taken in the midst of racket and chaos. That is just one of the magical powers a photographer can create in a print. In Chihuly in the Sky, St. Louis, Mary Winter photographs the illusion of glass floating in the sky, and in Shari […]

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Capturing the world, one beautiful moment at a time

July 5, 2019

All the Redpoint Collective members are avid travelers. They average 64 days on the road each year. The two who probably log the most miles are John Valentine and Dale Wassergord. They each shoot about 3000 images per trip, and spend hours editing them on return. The spectacular results are on display now. See for yourself at […]

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Exotic places displayed in exhibit

July 4, 2019

Redpoint Collective member Randy Hudson is no stranger to exotic places. He is a retired physician and a full-time photographer who is traveling more than he’s home these days. He captured this beautiful portrait in a tiny village in Rajasthan, India on a Redpoint Collective journey. Rick Solberg always has his camera close at hand. You […]

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Members Photo exhibit opens First Friday in May

July 3, 2019

FOCUS ON THE WORLD PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBIT LEEDY-VOULKOS ART CENTER MAY 3 The photographers in Redpoint Collective as well as Boston photographer Lou Jones focus their cameras in destinations around the world. This exhibit celebrates those captured moments. Focus on the World opens at the Leedy Voulkos Art Center, 2012 Baltimore, Kansas City, Mo., on First […]

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Rainbows are popping up at our upcoming exhibition

July 3, 2019

Dick Flanigan photographed this Rainbow Roof in south India on a trip with Redpoint Collective. As a member, he is often traveling with us to places where colorful umbrellas become a cheerful rooftop at an outdoor market. It’s just one of many beautiful images in the group photography exhibit Focus on the World opening Friday, May […]

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Focus on Bhutan

July 2, 2019

When Brud Jones is not in Texas or Kansas City, he is probably on his way to Bhutan. He photographed the babies in their bath on his first trip there with Steve McCurry, and has returned a dozen times since. Cary DeCamp photographed the young fellow peering out of his window on his first Redpoint […]

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