Slideluck Potshow united the photography community at Canoe Studios last week in New York City for a unique evening with a potluck-style dinner followed by a showcase of artist’s photographic slideshows. Both emerging and established artists were represented, including Aperture’s Michael Wolf and his series The Transparent City, which takes an in depth look at the environment and its inhabitants of urban Chicago as well as Aperture’s Brian Ulrich, showing his newest series Dark Stores. The non-profit organization, Slideluck Potshow is devoted to building and strengthening community around food and art. In addition, it is their objective to promote public appreciation of the visual arts and to provide art education opportunities to school-age children in New York City. Slideshow events are now taking place in about forty cities globally: from Stockholm, to São Paulo, to San Francisco. Read the Flavorwire report on the event here.