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Workshop: Creative Catylist [Online]

Atlanta Photography Group

Seminar

January 6 - March 17

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

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Workshop: Creative Catylist [Online]

Seminar

January 6 - March 17

800 Lambert Drive NE, Suite i, Atlanta, GA

Creative Catalyst [ONLINE]

Jump Start Your Creativity

Bored with your photography and don’t know what to do? Want to begin a new series but haven’t found a direction or hit a plateau in your current series and don’t know where to go?  Sign up for  Creative Catalysts.  Creative Catalysts is an ongoing group of photographic artists who are looking to be challenged and inspired. Led by artist and curator Beth Lilly, each month she presents an assignment designed to push artists into new creative and technical spaces, shake themselves out of ruts and find inspiration. The following month, the group meets to critique the previous month’s assignment and receive the next assignment. APG posts the best work from each assignment on their social media.

Artists sign up for 3 classes at a time and at the end of the three months, can choose to continue or take a break.

Register by January 6- intro class & receive your first assignment!

  • January 20 – Review and discuss 1st assignment.  Receive 2nd assignment

  • February 17 – Review and discuss 2nd assignment.  Receive 3rd assignment

  • March 17 – Review and discuss 3rd and final assignment

Workshop Dates: Jan 6, Jan 20, Feb 17, March 17
This Workshop is ONLINE
Time: 7-9pm
Workshop Fee: $145 APG members / Non-members: $165

Instructor: Beth Lilly

Beth Lilly is an artist, curator, teacher and the former executive director for Atlanta Photography Group.   An exhibiting artist for over 30 years, recent exhibitions include Spalding Nix Fine Art, New Mexico Museum of Art, The High Museum of Art, the Zuckerman Museum, Whitespace Gallery, the Atlanta Contemporary Art Center, and MOCA GA. Her work resides in the permanent collections of the High Museum, the New Mexico Museum of Art, The Ogden Museum of Southern Art, MOCA GA, the Metropolitan Atlanta Arts Fund and many private collections.  She has taught photography for both Kennesaw State University, the Art Institute of Atlanta and the High Museum. Her critically acclaimed performance/interactive project “The Oracle @ WiFi” was published by Kehrer Verlag in 2012. Lilly earned a MFA in Photography from Georgia State University and an A.B.J. in Telecommunication Arts from the University of Georgia.

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Register for Workshop: Creative Catalyst
Members: $145
Non-Member: $165


Atlanta Photography Group

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

404.605.0605

gallery@AtlantaPhotographyGroup.org

Open by appointment



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

Atlanta Photography Group

Seminar

January 25 - June 28

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

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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



Photolucida’s Online Auction Adventure!

Photolucida

Auction

March 1 - March 21

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Photolucida’s Online Auction Adventure!

Auction

March 1 - March 21

In lieu of Photolucida’s biennial Portfolio Reviews Event this spring, we are excited to present an online auction event that benefits both Photolucida and the photographers in the bidding sections. This is not your ordinary auction! It is also a curated celebration of some of the remarkable work that has passed through our programming the past few years, including some gorgeous book and print pairings. We are also pleased to offer up some rare signed/first edition books from an important private collection, and the opportunity to bid on one-on-one consultations with some of the most integral Reviewers in the photography world.  Plus – some additional surprises that defy categorization!

Photographic work from: Renate Aller, Debe Arlook, Rachael Banks, Patricia A. Bender, Cody Bratt, Panos Charalampidis + Mary Chairetaki, Pamela Chipman, Goseong Choi, Natalie Christensen, Christopher Colville, Linda Connor, Norma Córdova, Jason DeMarte, Rory Doyle, Carol Erb, Amy Friend, Jennifer Garza-Cuen, Dylan Hausthor, Bootsy Holler, Adriene Hughes, Diana Nicholette Jeon, Rose Jerome, Gregory Jungdanian, Jordanna Kalman, Heidi Kirkpatrick, Galina Kurlat, Andy Mattern, Molly McCall, Ruairidh McGlynn, Marisol Mendez, Ingvild Melby, Jeff Moorfoot, Emeke Obanor, Luis Gonzales Palma, Stephen Petegorsky, Christopher Rauschenberg, Astrid Reischwitz, Michelle Rogers-Pritzl, Meg Roussos, Wendi Schneider, Heather Evans Smith, Catie Soldan, Alec Soth, Laura Stevens, Daisuke Takakura, JP Terlizzi, Amanda Tinker, Ada Trillo, Alex Turner, and Karey Walter

Print and monograph pairings: Hannah Altman, Cody Bratt, Keith Carter, Yukari Chikura, Andrew Feiler, Fran Forman, Janet Holmes, Cable Hoover, Jamie Johnson, Daniel Kariko, Vivian Keulards, One Twelve Publishing/Diffusion, Marcy Palmer, Joni Sternbach, and JP Terlizzi

Reviewers (one-on-one consultation sessions): Andy Adams, Alexa Becker, Mary Bisbee-Beek, Alyssa Coppelman, Jennifer DeCarlo, Jon Feinstein, Michael Foley, Karen Haas, Ann M. Jastrab, Debra Klomp-Ching, Paul Kopeikin, Geoffrey Koslov, Douglas McCulloh, Melanie McWhorter, Dina Mitrani, Alison Nordström, Stacy J. Platt, Madeline Yale Preston, Christopher Rauschenberg, Molly Roberts, Maarten Schilt, J. Sybylla Smith, Aline Smithson, Mary Virginia Swanson, Paula Tognarelli, Laura Valenti, Lisa Volpe, and Lisa Woodward + Mia Dalglish

Rare book collection: First edition and/or signed monographs by Robert Adams, Peter Beard, Robert Frank, Lee Friedlander, John Gossage, W. Eugene Smith, Terri Weifenbach, and Masao Yamamoto


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Month of Photography Denver Festival March 2021

Colorado Photographic Arts Center

Festival

March 1 - March 31

1070 Bannock Street, Denver, CO, +

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Month of Photography Denver Festival March 2021

Festival

March 1 - March 31

1070 Bannock Street, Denver, CO,

The Colorado Photographic Arts Center (CPAC) is proud to present the 2021 Month of Photography Denver Festival, with 75+ exhibitions and events at over 50 museums, galleries, and other spaces across the Denver Metro area during the month of March. Enjoy exhibitions of outstanding photographic art by local, national, and international artists, as well as artist talks, workshops, portfolio reviews, and more! Most events are free, and you can participate by attending events indoors at a safe social distance, online, or outdoors. For a complete list of events, map, and more, visit denvermop.org.


Colorado Photographic Arts Center

1070 Bannock Street, Denver, CO, United States

303.837.1341

info@cpacphoto.org

Open Tuesday - Friday: 11am - 5pm, Saturdays: 12pm - 4pm



Medium Festival of Photography

Medium Festival of Photography

Festival

March 3 - March 13

2358 University Ave. #791 San Diego, CA +

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Medium Festival of Photography

Festival

March 3 - March 13

2358 University Ave. #791 San Diego, CA

Medium has a remarkable series of events planned for our virtual Festival in 2021, including several opportunities to safely gather for in-person, outdoor events. Join us for 10 days of mind-expanding experiences, educational workshops, and southern California’s premier celebration of contemporary artists using photography.


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Medium Festival of Photography

2358 University Ave. #791 San Diego, CA 92104

info@mediumphoto.org



Todd Gray / MATRIX 186

Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art

Artist Talk

March 8

600 Main St Hartford, CT +

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Todd Gray / MATRIX 186

Artist Talk

March 8

600 Main St Hartford, CT

Join Gray for an opening tour of his MATRIX exhibition to hear more about how his work addresses the Transatlantic slave trade, the African diaspora, portraiture, and systems of classification. Free. Access link available via thewadsworth.org.


Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art

600 Main St Hartford, CT 06103

860.838.4133

Open Wed-Fri 11-5, Sat-Sun 10-5



ON ZOOM – Sheila Pree Bright – UnMasked: Imagining the Future

Soho Photo Gallery

Artist Talk

March 10

15 White Street, New York, NY +

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ON ZOOM – Sheila Pree Bright – UnMasked: Imagining the Future

Artist Talk

March 10

15 White Street, New York, NY

A talk by Sheila Pree Bright, an Internationally award winning and acclaimed Fine Art photographer known for her photographic series #1960Now, Young Americans, Plastic Bodies, and Suburbia. Bright is the author of #1960Now: Photographs of Civil Rights Activists and Black Lives Matter Protests. She has exhibited widely, including the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History, Washington, DC; Riverside Art Museum, Riverside, CA; Turner Contemporary, United Kingdom and the Leica Gallery in New York. Recently, she has been awarded the commission for Picturing the South by the High Museum of Art, Atlanta, GA.

In this discussion, Bright will speak about her #1960Now series and discuss how she imagines the future in her new work in progress. Please join us.

Wednesday, March 10, 4pm ET on Zoom.

https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZwkfuCopjsqHdVm0kAgQI5YXxskVYhjn7Qe


Soho Photo Gallery

15 White Street, New York, NY 10013, United States

212.226.8571

info@sohophoto.com

Open Friday, Saturday, Sunday 1-6pm



Tavon Taylor – The Last Rose of Summer | Artist Talk

Griffin Museum of Photography

Artist Talk

March 10

67 Shore Rd Winchester, MA +

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Tavon Taylor – The Last Rose of Summer | Artist Talk

Artist Talk

March 10

67 Shore Rd Winchester, MA

The 2020 award for the John Chervinsky Emerging Scholarship went to photographer Tavon Taylor.

Join us online in the Griffin Zoom Room on March 10th at 7pm for an evening with Tavon showcasing his creative path, and beautiful series Last Rose of Summer. The exhibition of this work is on the walls of the Griffin Museum from February 20th thru May 23rd, 2021.

The judges said, “Tavon Taylor shows an already robust practice as a recent MFA recipient with a collection of rich, cinematic imagery. He presents a powerful voice that communicates the complexities and intimacies of the artists experience as a queer Black artist. A look at the larger bodies of work solidified the world that he has built where tenderness and vulnerability reign supreme. Kinship, intimacy, and community runs through this work and Taylor both stitches together and unties these concepts with each shared interaction between photographer and subject.”

Tavon Taylor submitted The Last Rose of Summer for consideration for the scholarship. Taylor says of the body of work:

The Last Rose of Summer was Inspired much by the injustice shown within the media in 2020. Over the last few months, I’ve focused on creating images of the people closest to me. I’ve started with single portraits of my loved ones, then I grew curious about photographs before my time. I came across a photo album stored deep within my childhood home. Full of ceremonies, the city, all the people I didn’t know, and all the stories untold, the richness spilled through each image. This compelled me to dive more into my own family’s history. Through stories from my elders and found images, I’m navigating ways to dissect my own family dynamics.”

Tavon Taylor’s Statement of Purpose:

“Within the last few months, I’ve started my photo and video-based project, The Last Rose of Summer. In this body of work, I am discovering my family’s history within the DC and Maryland areas. So far, I’ve done interviews, filed archived images, make images of my loved ones, photographed our surroundings, and more. There’s so much that I’m thinking about and planning for the blossoming of this project. I’m excited to get to know more about my ancestry. I would love to be able to properly document the richness and depth that branches back far before myself. Through discovering and sharing my own lineage, I hope to create inspiring imagery celebrating the lives and legacy of those who’ve once walked this earth. In this process of discovering moments that have come before me, I am discovering myself. The last rose of summergives me the chance to proudly and boldly take control of my own narrative as a queer black man navigating in today’s social climate. In this process, I am celebrating the people in my family that I love and those that we’ve lost. In sharing these stories, with a larger audience, I hope to inspire people to value those closest to them.”


Griffin Museum of Photography

67 Shore Rd Winchester, MA 01890

781.729.1158

Open Tues-Sun 12-4



Photographs & Photobooks auction

Swann Auction Galleries

Auction

March 11

104 E 25th St New York, NY +

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Photographs & Photobooks auction

Auction

March 11

104 E 25th St New York, NY

On February 14, 1952, Swann Galleries held the first auction in the U.S. dedicated to photography. Under the direction of Vice President Daile Kaplan, the department remains committed to innovation in the medium by introducing new genres, including the first sales dedicated to photobooks and vernacular photographs in 2006 and 2014, respectively.

With more combined years of experience than any equivalent division in a major auction house, the seasoned team specializes in classical and contemporary works by master fine art photographers, as well as photographs that employ alternative and antiquarian processes, including daguerreotypes and tintypes. The department considers the photobook a foundational component of fine art photography, and offers a range of rare and limited titles each season. We also offer vernacular photographs, including snapshots, travel albums, industrial surveys, crime photography and documentary typologies.


Swann Auction Galleries

104 E 25th St New York, NY 10010

212.254.4710


Workshop: Paper Makes A Difference

Atlanta Photography Group

Seminar

March 11

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

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Workshop: Paper Makes A Difference

Seminar

March 11

800 Lambert Drive NE, Suite i, Atlanta, GA

Workshop – Paper Makes A Difference

[sponsored by Hahnemühle]

Delve into the options of fine art photographic printing papers with this informative, educational program – Paper Makes A Difference, presented by the Atlanta Photography Group. Veronica Cotter and Kevin Graham (both from Hahnemühle) will discuss the features, benefits, and advantages of the Hahnemühle papers and products. You will discover the key factors in choosing the perfect paper for your fine art photographic images.

Join APG for this informative session> March 11, 2021 @ 7 pm

Free for APG members – Registration Required

$10 for non-members – Registration Required

Hahnemühle swatch books will be available for all those who register. Product giveaway for those in attendance.

Learn More & Register >


Atlanta Photography Group

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

404.605.0605

gallery@AtlantaPhotographyGroup.org

Open by appointment



Andy Mattern Artist Talk

Griffin Museum of Photography

Artist Lecture

March 12

67 Shore Rd Winchester, MA +

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Andy Mattern Artist Talk

Artist Lecture

March 12

67 Shore Rd Winchester, MA

We are pleased to have Andy Mattern in the Griffin Zoom Room on Friday March 12th for a conversation about his creative path, and his project Average Subject / Medium Distance on the walls of the Griffin Gallery from 20 February – 26 March, 2021.

Join us Friday night March 12th at 7pm for this engaging talk about creativity and photography.

This event is FREE to Griffin Members. Not a Member? Get more information about our Membership levels.

About Average Subject / Medium Distance – 

The project Average Subject / Medium Distance is a meta commentary on the rules and tools of photography inspired by the once-ubiquitous “Kodaguide.” From about 1940 and into the mid-1980s, Kodak produced hundreds of thousands of these portable paper guides meant to help photographers take better pictures. They are peculiar and contradictory objects. On the one hand, they are visually inviting with bright colors and well-intentioned instructions that promise desirable results. But, on the other hand, they are extremely dense with information and require significant attention to comprehend and apply in the moment, thereby acting against their intended function. I wanted to see what lay beneath their recommendations, so I collected as many guides as possible from as many eras as I could find, and photographed each one individually. I then digitally covered up all the example images, technical numbers, and explanatory text by copying and pasting dust and scratches from the objects themselves. Rather than use Photoshop to seamlessly erase this information, I deliberately left obvious traces of my intervention. In each composition, only a single word remains in its original location — correct — light — shadows — appropriate — desire — etc. These words are intended as springboards for interpretation that point not only to the conventions of the medium, but also to the emotional underpinnings embedded in the act of image making. 

About Andy Mattern – 

Andy Mattern’s recent work engages photography’s aesthetic conventions and physical materials as subject matter. With wry humor and loving critique, he deconstructs the tools of the medium to seek new visual territory. His work has been exhibited at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the New Mexico Museum of Art in Santa Fe, Silver Eye Center for Photography in Pittsburgh, Photographic Center Northwest in Seattle, the Lawndale Art Center in Houston, Candela Gallery in Richmond, Virginia, and the Photographic Centre Peri in Turku, Finland, among many other venues. Mattern has received awards for his work including the triennial Art 365 Grant and Individual Artist’s Fellowship from the Oklahoma Visual Arts Coalition as well as the Artist Initiative Grant from the Minnesota State Arts Board. Since 2015, he has served as Assistant Professor of Photography and Digital Media at Oklahoma State University where he initiated the first photography program in the art department’s history. His work is held in the permanent collections of SFMOMA, the New Mexico Museum of Art, the Tweed Museum of Art, and the Museum of Fine Arts-Houston. His photographs have been reviewed in publications such as ARTFORUM, The New Yorker, Camera Austria, and Photo News. He holds an MFA in Photography from the University of Minnesota and a BFA in Studio Art from the University of New Mexico. His work is represented by Elizabeth Houston Gallery in New York.


Griffin Museum of Photography

67 Shore Rd Winchester, MA 01890

781.729.1158

Open Tues-Sun 12-4