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Artist Talk with Rea Lynn de Guzman, In conversation with Shirin Makaremi

SF Camerawork

Artist Talk

May 26

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Artist Talk with Rea Lynn de Guzman, In conversation with Shirin Makaremi

Artist Talk

May 26

6:00 – 7:30 PM PDT

Please join us on Wednesday, May 26th for an artist talk with Rea Lynn de Guzman. Rea will share her liminal art practice, conceptual and material explorations, as she moves through multiple series that form her work. She will also talk about her curatorial projects surrounding “Wander Woman,” a group show series featuring Bay Area-based, immigrant, women artists of color. We welcome you to learn more about her work in a moderated conversation with curator and programming committee member Shirin Markaremi followed by audience Q&A.

To learn more about the event, please visit our website.


SF Camerawork

415.487.1011

info@sfcamerawork.org

Open Tues-Sat 12-6 (Temporarily closed due to COVD-19)



Workshop: FOCUS: a portfolio & project development course [ONLINE]

Atlanta Photography Group

Seminar

January 25 - June 28

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Workshop: FOCUS: a portfolio & project development course [ONLINE]

Seminar

January 25 - June 28

800 Lambert Drive NE, Suite i, Atlanta, GA

FOCUS: a portfolio & project development course [ONLINE]

Focus is a portfolio and project building course for emerging, mid-career and advanced photographers. This ONLINE course meets monthly for six months, with group and individual sessions. The course is taught by Judith Pishnery, APG’s executive director. Course participants will learn techniques for portfolio and project development, engage in discussions of each other’s projects and work towards creating compelling, thought-provoking, fine art photographic projects.

Course discussions will include: creative concepts, marketing & selling fine art photography (including social media, websites, portfolio reviews), presentation styles & sizes, editing and sequencing projects, technical concerns with cameras, post-processing and printing, writing and talking about your work, and much more.

Students will work on the own personal portfolios & projects, and work toward a group exhibition to be held at the Atlanta Photography Group gallery.

Any type of photographic based work is appropriate and welcome for this course.

The course will meet ONLINE once a month, and offers an additional, 1 hour, individual discussion with the instructor, to beheld between group meetings. A private online discussions group is also provided to share images or information and to ask questions.

Classes begin on Monday, January 25 @ 6:30 pm – 9:00pm ET, and meets once a month for 6 group & 6 individual sessions total. The course is limited to 10 participants.


ONLINE Workshop: Begins – Monday, January 25, 2021
continues with a monthly group meeting for 6 months.
dates of the meeting are flexible to meet the needs of the participants.

Time: 6:30pm-9:00pm ET – ONLINE via Zoom
Workshop Fee: $425/Members: $465/Non-members
Class Size: Limited to 10 participants

Materials: a selections of current images, note taking materials, your enthusiasm for creating new work.


Instructor: Judith Pishnery

Judith Pishnery, a professional photographer, curator, educator and arts administrator, serves as the Executive Director at the Atlanta Photography Group, Atlanta’s oldest photography art organization and gallery. She received an M.A in Commercial Photography and an MFA in Photography from the Savannah College of Art & Design (SCAD).

With an extensive educational background as a photographic professor at numerous art colleges and creative programs, Judith mentors aspiring and mid-career photographers. She leads photographic workshops to Italy, France and Portugal, including a few in the US. In addition, she teaches creative processes, portfolio and project development, along with helping artists navigate the business side of commercial and fine art photography. Her decades of experience in photography allow her to combine the worlds of photography, business, art, history, travel and exploration for the creative mind of her students.

Judith has also been involved with Atlanta Celebrates Photography. She was a key part of the early planning sessions for ACP, beginning in 1998 and served on the Board of Directors and the Advisory board.

To see some of Judith’s photographic works and learn more, visit: www.pisconeri.com or www.judithpishnery.com.


Register for Workshop: FOCUS

You do not have to be a member to register for this workshop. If you are not a member but would like to become one, you can join here. If you are unsure of your membership status, please contact us at info@atlantaphotographygroup.org.

Member: $425
Non-Member: $465


Atlanta Photography Group

800 Lambert Drive NE, Suite i, Atlanta, GA 30324

404.605.0605

gallery@AtlantaPhotographyGroup.org

Open by appointment



Monthly Critique

Atlanta Photography Group

Event

January 26 - December 31

800 Lambert Drive NE, Suite i, Atlanta, GA +

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Monthly Critique

Event

January 26 - December 31

800 Lambert Drive NE, Suite i, Atlanta, GA

Critique usually meets the first or second Wednesday of each month, from 7 – 9pm ET. Critique Group is for APG members only, but we welcome an exploratory visit.

Register and upload your images for our ONLINE critique to receive thoughtful feedback from our meeting leader. Our focus is on ideas and aesthetics rather than technique. Most meetings are led by a college-level art/photography educator.

If you’d like to present your work or just join us for this online version – registration is required.

  • This ONLINE critique is limited to 12 photography reviews and up to 100 total participants.


Atlanta Photography Group

800 Lambert Drive NE, Suite i, Atlanta, GA 30324

404.605.0605

gallery@AtlantaPhotographyGroup.org

Open by appointment



Long Views – Online Auction

Virginia Center for the Creative Arts (VCCA)

May 7 - May 15

154 San Angelo Drive, Amherst, VA, USA +

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Long Views – Online Auction

May 7 - May 15

154 San Angelo Drive, Amherst, VA, USA

The Virginia Center for the Creative Arts is pleased to present LONG VIEWS, an online auction sustaining a future of creativity. Instead of hosting its annual fundraising gala in person this spring, VCCA is inviting Fellows, friends, patrons, and art collectors everywhere to participate in a two-week online auction celebrating VCCA and the outstanding contributions of its Fellows to the world of art and culture.


Virginia Center for the Creative Arts (VCCA)

154 San Angelo Drive, Amherst, VA, USA

434.946.7236


Fine Prints & Photographs Online

Skinner

Auction

May 11 - May 20, 12-7pm

63 Park Plaza Boston, MA +

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Fine Prints & Photographs Online

Auction

May 11 - May 20, 12-7pm

63 Park Plaza Boston, MA

Prints, Photographs & Multiples are open for bidding online from May 11–20.  Bid at your leisure at any time within this window on iconic works by Berenice Abbott, Andy Warhol, Marc Chagall, and Roy Lichtenstein. The sale also features a collection of photographs and related works by George Platt Lynes that belonged to one of his muses, Charles “Chuck” Howard.


Skinner

63 Park Plaza Boston, MA 02116

508.970.3264


Griffin Photobook Week!

Griffin Museum of Photography

Festival

May 11 - May 17

67 Shore Rd Winchester, MA +

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Griffin Photobook Week!

Festival

May 11 - May 17

67 Shore Rd Winchester, MA

The Griffin Photobook Week is an online celebration of all things photography and publishing. Join the artists and publishers who fill your shelves, and gain insight into the world of art books from concept to print.

Celebrate the creativity and artistry of the Photobook at the Griffin in a series of online conversations with independent publishers and creators in May!

The Griffin Museum of Photography in Winchester, Massachusetts is highlighting the enduring creativity of the Photo Book! We have invited independent publishers and creative artists to share their work, from concept to completion.  As a series of online talks and panels hosted by the Griffin Museum, this weekend of programming provides an in depth look at how Photobooks are made and the artists and craftsman who make them.

The majority of these events are FREE to Griffin Members.

** Linda Connor **is a fully ticketed event. $5 for Members / $10 for Non-Members

We have created a Photobook Week Pass available for Non Members at a price of $85 a 50% savings from attending all 18 events during the week.

Not a member of the Griffin? To learn more about the benefits of being a member of our creative community see our Membership pages for more information.

Event Listings – 

 

Tuesday May 11th – 

7pm –Linda Connor   Cost to Members $5 / Non-Members $10

 

Thursday May 13th – 

2pm –Grenade in a Jar withMelanie McWhorter

5pm –Larissa Leclair and the Indie Photobook Library

7pm –Mary Beth Meehan & Fred Turner

 

Friday May 14th –

2pm –Yoffy Press with Jennifer Yoffy

6pm –Shelf Talkers Social Hour

7pm –Debi Cornwall

 

Saturday May 15th –

1pm –Daylight Books with Michael Itkoff

3pm –Peanut Press with Ashly Stohl and David Carol

5pm –Too Tired with Kelly Burgess

7pm –+Kris Graves Projects

 

Sunday May 16th – 

11am –Schilt Publishing with Maarten Schilt with J. Sybylla Smith

1pm –Emily Sheffer of Dust Collective

3pm – Saint Lucy Books with Mark Alice Durant

5pm –21st Editions with Steve Albahari interviewed by J. Sybylla Smith

7pm –Datz Press withSangyon Joo

 

Monday May 17th – 

2pm –  Alexa Becker, Kehrer Verlag

5pm –Caleb Cain Marcus 

7pm –Isa Leshko

 

For more information about the Photobook Week, presenters and the Griffin Museum, contact us by email at crista@griffinmuseum.org or phone us at 781.729.1158


Griffin Museum of Photography

67 Shore Rd Winchester, MA 01890

781.729.1158

Open Tues-Sun 12-4



SFC Fast Forward – Suné Woods, In Conversation with Julie Casemore of Casemore Kirkeby

SF Camerawork

Artist Discussion

May 11

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SFC Fast Forward – Suné Woods, In Conversation with Julie Casemore of Casemore Kirkeby

Artist Discussion

May 11

6:00 – 7:30 PM PDT

Please join us on Tuesday, May 11th for an artist talk with photographer Suné Woods. This is the second talk of our new Fast Forward series, in which we reunite with previous SFC exhibiting artists, who share how their photographic practices have evolved since their time at SF Camerawork. Suné Woods was selected as the recipient of the Baum Award for an emerging American photographer in 2016, and her work To Sleep with Terra was exhibited as a solo show at SF Camerawork in recognition of the award. In this work, her practice employs video, photography, and collage to address imperialist mechanisms and formations of knowledge. Her current video and movement work addresses notions of intimacy and love through connections to the aquatic world. We welcome you to learn more about her practice in a moderated conversation with gallerist Julie Casemore of Casemore Kirkeby followed by audience q&a.

To learn more about the event, please visit our website.


SF Camerawork

415.487.1011

info@sfcamerawork.org

Open Tues-Sat 12-6 (Temporarily closed due to COVD-19)



Online Photobook Book Group

J. Sybylla Smith

Artist Talk

May 13

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Online Photobook Book Group

Artist Talk

May 13

On Thursday, May 13th, 12:00 PM 1:30 PM ET, we will be in conversation with photographer, Sonja Thomsen, to discuss her book, You will find it where it is, a reader.




Art Study Center Seminar at Home: Slavery’s Landscape

Harvard Art Museums

Seminar

May 14

32 Quincy Street Cambridge, MA +

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Art Study Center Seminar at Home: Slavery’s Landscape

Seminar

May 14

32 Quincy Street Cambridge, MA

This seminar will explore how photographers from the Civil War era constructed landscapes of slavery. What symbols and facts did they draw upon, and what narratives and interpretations were they in dialogue with and which did they promote?

Join Makeda Best, photography curator and author of Elevate the Masses: Alexander Gardner, Photography, and Democracy in Nineteenth-Century America (2020), as she explores how Alexander Gardner and others presented the infamous Franklin and Armfield slave pen, located in present-day Alexandria, Virginia.

Led by:
Makeda Best, Richard L. Menschel Curator of Photography, Harvard Art Museums

This talk will take place on May 14, 2021 at 11am EDT, online via Zoom. Free admission, but registration is required. To register, please complete this online form.


Harvard Art Museums

32 Quincy Street Cambridge, MA 02138

617.495.9400

Open Daily, 10am–5pm. Closed major holidays.


Beer Tasting – For the Love of Photography

Florida Museum of Photographic Arts

Event

May 14

200 N Tampa St Tampa, FL +

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Beer Tasting – For the Love of Photography

Event

May 14

200 N Tampa St Tampa, FL

Join us for National Photography Month celebrations during the month of May to support our museum!

14 May 2021, 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM

Beer Tasting: This Beer Tasting is sponsored by 81Bay Brewing Company. They will provide delicious choices of brews for your enjoyment. This members-only event will be available for FMoPA members and a guest. If you’d like to purchase a membership, please email Membership@FMoPA.org to join us today.


Florida Museum of Photographic Arts

200 N Tampa St Tampa, FL 33602

813.221.2222

Open Mon-Thurs 11-6, Fri 11-7, Sat-Sun 12-5



FotoEvidence Presents COVID LATAM

Bronx Documentary Center

Panel Discussion

May 15

614 Courtlandt Ave Bronx, NY +

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FotoEvidence Presents COVID LATAM

Panel Discussion

May 15

614 Courtlandt Ave Bronx, NY

Virtual Panel Discussion on Saturday, May 15, 2021 at 6PM

 

Journalist Alice Driver will speak with 10 members of the photojournalist collective COVID LATAM about the book Red Flag, winner of the 2021 FotoEvidence Book Award with World Press Photo.

The event will be live-streamed via Zoom here.

Featuring photographers: Sebastian Gil Miranda, Fabiola Ferrero, Matilde Campodonico, Daniele Volpe, Gloriana Ximendaz, Ana Carolina Fernandez, Pablo Piovano, Rafael Vilela, Sara Wayra, and Fred Ramos of the COVID LatAm collective.

Please note: This event will be in both Spanish and English.

In Latin America, coronavirus has laid bare extreme inequality in the region, and one symbol of that inequality is the red flag in Colombia. Impoverished Colombians hang a piece of red fabric outside their homes when they no longer have any food – it is a call for help and a reminder that many people live off what they earn from one day to the next and have no safety net. While some families can quarantine safely, others risk hunger and eviction if they stop working even for a day. Those who hang the red flag outside their homes depend on the generosity of others for survival.

In this book, 19 photographers from 14 countries in the region have captured the impact of coronavirus from intimate moments in quarantine with family to raging fires in the Brazilian Amazon. The photographers have witnessed floods, riots, and funerals and watched their parents, children, and siblings struggle with isolation, loneliness, anxiety. The photos, like the red flag, tell a story of desperation and hope – one in which we recognize the role of community and the human desire for connection.

Covid Latam Photographers: Rodrigo Abd, Johis Alarcón, Sara Aliaga, Eliana Aponte, Matilde Campodónico, Alejandro Cegarra,  Federico Ríos Escobar, Ana Carolina Fernandes, Fabiola Ferrero, Andrea Hernández, Tamara Merino, Sebastian Gil Miranda, Pablo Piovano, Fred Ramos, Iván Valencia, Rafael Vilela, Daniele Volpe,  Glorianna Ximendaz

The book is published by FotoEvidence Foundation and it is available at the publisher’s web site fotoevidence.com
Introduction by Jon Lee Anderson, texts in the book Alice Driver and Marcela Turati.


Bronx Documentary Center

614 Courtlandt Ave Bronx, NY 10451

718.993.3512

info@bronxdoc.org

Open Thur-Fri 3-7, Sat-Sun 1-5



Madison Avenue Gallery Walk

L. Parker Stephenson Photographs

Gallery Tour

May 15

764 Madison Ave, Ste 4F, New York, NY +

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Madison Avenue Gallery Walk

Gallery Tour

May 15

764 Madison Ave, Ste 4F, New York, NY

It’s spring, time to re-emerge and see art!

ARTnews and the Madison Avenue BID are once again organizing this season’s Gallery Walk. This free event invites the public to visit over 30 participating galleries to view their spring exhibitions and, with a reservation, to attend talks led by artists and gallerists from East 57th Street to East 86th Street.

On view at the Gallery will be Witho Worms’ Polderland series. Addressing issues of land reclaimed from coastline, Worms’ divides the horizon into sea/soil and atmospheric Dutch sky. These minimal yet detailed contact platinum prints present a landscape manipulated by human intervention for the purpose of creating agricultural fields and sites of habitation.

Sign up for a talk between gallerist and photographer, who will be joining via Zoom. Reservations are necessary for both the visit and talk, which starts at 1 PM. Click the link below and select “book now” to make sure you don’t miss out on this opportunity.

https://madisonavenuebid.org/gallerywalk/


L. Parker Stephenson Photographs

764 Madison Ave, Ste 4F, New York, NY 10065

212.517.8700

info@lparkerstephenson.nyc

Open Tues-Sat 11-6

Summer Hours: Starting July 9th, open Monday- Friday 11-6pm, after July 26 the Gallery will be closed except by appointment, reopening September 13 with Jane Evelyn Atwood, Paris 1976-1979