Annual New Mexico Photo Art Show

Welcome to the Enchanted Lens Camera Club


Zoom Meetings

Due to the pandemic and social distancing requirements, all monthly meetings previously held at JCC will be held via Zoom until further notice.
To request information about attending our virtual club meetings, Click Here.

This Month's Speaker 
Monica Lozano
The Other Side:
 A Photographic Journey of Borders
May 6, 2021 | 7PM

Monica Lozano is a Mexican-American photographer born in El Paso, Texas and raised across the border in the sister city of Ciudad Juarez, Mexico. Lozano received her Master’s Degree in Photography in Madrid, Spain in Escuela Universitaria TAI. Her work has won various international photo competitions and grants, including two medals in Le Grand Prix de la Photographie Paris 2019. She was published in Portrait of Humanity Book by British Journal of Photography and Magnum Photos as well as Witness for World Press Photo and Fotofeminas. In 2011 Lozano finished the Photo Global residency at the School of Visual Arts in New York City on a presidential scholarship which she won at the International Talent Support #ITSEIGHT Contest in Trieste, Italy.

Her work has been featured under the “One To Watch” section of American Photo Magazine and the Columbia Journalism Review selected her for the “20 Women to Watch” list in 2011. Lozano collaborated with the TED Award winner JR on his Inside Out Project in Mexico creating and coordinating a massive worldwide public art action called "Be The Change", in which 21 countries exchanged portraits and pasted them on public spaces during the International Day of Peace in 2012. Lozano and her work were featured in the film, Inside Out, which premiered at the 2013 Tribeca Film Festival. Her work was selected for the opening exhibition of Latin America's first photographic and image museum founded by the Pedro Meyer Foundation in Mexico City. Lozano's elegant and socially charged portraits have been exhibited in 13 Countries. Lozano is currently documenting the dire conditions of immigrants, displaced, refugees and asylum-seekers housed in shelters and detention facilities in Juarez and El Paso and at the same time she is working with the University of Colorado at Boulder and the Crown Institute as an ethnographic researcher and photographer with immigrant families in the United States.

Monica Lozano

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The objective of the Enchanted Lens Camera Club is to provide enjoyment and knowledge of photography to its members through their participation and efforts in club activities.

Our Zoom meetings open at 6:45 pm and presentations start at 7:00 p.m. See the Meetings page for details about our monthly meetings. Our meetings are open to the public and free to attend! To request a link to join one of our Zoom meetings, please fill out the contact form HERE.

Membership entitles you to:

  • Workshops
  • Monthly Exhibition and Photo Critique
  • Communicating with members via our email list
  • Portfolio Project participation

Anyone interested in the practice of photography is eligible for membership.

Membership dues are $50.00 per year for individuals and $75.00 per year for couples or an additional family member. ELCC offers a reduced membership rate of $25 to students. CLICK HERE to join.

The dues pay for:

  • Speakers and Judges Honoraria
  • Monthly and End-Of-Year Awards
  • State Incorporation Fees
  • Meeting Facility Rental fees


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