812 E. Market St.
If you climb the stairs of the gorgeous NuLu restaurant to their second-floor dining room, it’s intimate, quiet and the walls are adorned with work from local artists. Their current show features photographs by Kelsey Norris, Cathy Towne, Gary Pikarsky and Michael Morris. Morris shoots professionally, but Norris, who put the show together, explains that, “For the rest of us, collecting cameras and photo equipment, shooting on film, and printing in the dark room is hobby/obsession.” Their self-printed and processed black-and-white photos include portraits, social landscapes and abandoned spaces. “I sought to bring photographers into the space who represent a diverse range of photographic interests,” Norris says, “and whose process reflects the rich history of the craft in a time when most photographs are taken with cell phones.” —Jane Mattingly