LOCATIONS FILTERS

Workshop: Creative Catylist [Online]

Atlanta Photography Group

Seminar

October 12 - December 15

75 Bennett Street Northwest, Atlanta, Georgia, +

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Workshop: Creative Catylist [Online]

Seminar

October 12 - December 15

75 Bennett Street Northwest, Atlanta, Georgia,

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 October 12 – recieve your first assignment!

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

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

  • Dec 15 – Review and discuss 3rd and final assignment

Workshop Dates: Oct 20, Nov 17, Dec 15
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.


Atlanta Photography Group

75 Bennett Street Northwest, Atlanta, Georgia, United States

404.605.0605

gallery@atlantaphotographygroup.org

Open Thurs-Sat 12-4, by appointment



Workshop: ONLINE Mini-Workshops

Atlanta Photography Group

Seminar

May 1 - December 31

75 Bennett Street Northwest, Atlanta, Georgia, +

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Workshop: ONLINE Mini-Workshops

Seminar

May 1 - December 31

75 Bennett Street Northwest, Atlanta, Georgia,

Now Available – APG ONLINE Workshops, new offerings each week. Many are FREE for APG members and only $10 for non-members. Registration is required for all.


Atlanta Photography Group

75 Bennett Street Northwest, Atlanta, Georgia, United States

404.605.0605

gallery@atlantaphotographygroup.org

Open Thurs-Sat 12-4, by appointment



Monthly Critique [ONLINE]

Atlanta Photography Group

Panel Discussion

May 6 - December 5

75 Bennett Street Northwest, Atlanta, Georgia, +

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Monthly Critique [ONLINE]

Panel Discussion

May 6 - December 5

75 Bennett Street Northwest, Atlanta, Georgia,

Critique meets monthly and is now ONLINE!

Critique Group Guidelines
New ONLINE version 2020 – Read info and Register!

Critique Group is for APG members only, but we welcome an exploratory visit. Visitors are always welcome to sit in.

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.

  • Preference for critique participation will go to current APG members.

  • The dropbox link to upload images will be sent to the first 12 photographers to register, with a wait list.

  • The ZOOM meeting link will be sent to all those registered.

  • Critiques are timed so everyone gets equal consideration. No work? No problem, observing is just as valuable.

REGISTER NOW! – FOR UPCOMING CRITIQUES


Atlanta Photography Group

75 Bennett Street Northwest, Atlanta, Georgia, United States

404.605.0605

gallery@atlantaphotographygroup.org

Open Thurs-Sat 12-4, by appointment



Workshop: Portfolio Review Preparation

Atlanta Photography Group

Seminar

August 23 - November 22

75 Bennett Street Northwest, Atlanta, Georgia, +

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Workshop: Portfolio Review Preparation

Seminar

August 23 - November 22

75 Bennett Street Northwest, Atlanta, Georgia,

Portfolio reviews are a fantastic way to introduce your work to art professionals who can offer opportunities, guidance and amazing insights into your work. But let’s face it – they take a lot of time and money to participate. APG’s popular Portfolio Review Preparation workshop is designed for artists who are new to reviews who want to get the most out of the event. We’ve timed the class to prepare you for PhotoNOLA. A review event in New Orleans in Dec 2020, an excellent choice for the first-time reviewee. However, you can also use the class to prepare for other portfolio reviews such as Fotofest, Review Santa Fe and Filter Photo Festival or to fast track the launch of a new body of work.

Just the process of preparing for reviews can accelerate your development as an artist and helps focus you on completing work, as well as gaining insight on what your work is about. The discipline of talking about your work again and again with people who really understand art-making, will assist you in having the best discussions ever about your work. And that’s just part of the experience. A review event can be the starting place for some of the best relationships you’ll find in your art career. Meet and share work with other artists, network, connect, and learn so much about where you and your work fit into the national stage.


Portfolio Review Preparation with Beth Lilly

Member: $325
Non-Member: $345

Dates: Aug 23, Sept 20, Oct 18 & Nov 15  from 10am – 3:00pm

[this workshop may be online – tbd – please contact APG with questions]

Only 8 places available, it fills fast.

Instructor: Beth Lilly

Atlanta Photography Group

75 Bennett Street Northwest, Atlanta, Georgia, United States

404.605.0605

gallery@atlantaphotographygroup.org

Open Thurs-Sat 12-4, by appointment



Workshop: Lightroom 101 – Intro, Library & Basic Developing [Online]

Atlanta Photography Group

Seminar

October 20 - November 10

75 Bennett Street Northwest, Atlanta, Georgia, +

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Workshop: Lightroom 101 – Intro, Library & Basic Developing [Online]

Seminar

October 20 - November 10

75 Bennett Street Northwest, Atlanta, Georgia,

This is an ONLINE workshop thru ZOOM.

This workshop is designed to take a photographer from an introduction to Lightroom Classic CC up to an intermediate level in the Library module, via multiple image management exercises. Also include will be an intro to basic Lightroom image developing. Participants will learn how to manage the Lightroom Library/Catalog, categorize, apply and manage metadata (keywords, captions, etc.) to images. Best practices for image import, file handling, file exports and the power of working with collections and presets will be included.

Topics covered and skills developed

  • Image/file management

  • Catalog management

  • Optimizing LR

  • Metadata: keywords, captions, & more

  • Importing to LR

  • LR previews

  • Exporting (file size, settings)

  • Creating & using Presets

  • Power of Collections

  • LR setup & preferences

  • Basic Image Development

  • And more

Workshop Dates: Oct 20, Oct 27, Nov 3, Nov 10
Time: 7:00 – 9:00pm ET
Workshop Fee: $125 (Non-members: $140)


Part 1 of APG’s 3 part Lightroom series, you can take one class, two classes or all three. Discount code is available for anyone registering for more than one class.

Additional Lightroom Workshops:
Nov 24 – Workshop: Lightroom 102 – Developing Your Images (4 sessions)
January , 2021 – Workshop: Lightroom 103 – Best Printing Techniques (4 sessions)

Requirements

Workshop participants are required to have a laptop or desktop computer (PC or Mac) with Lightroom Classic CC* software installed to participate in the hands-on exercises during the workshop. If you do not have Lightroom Classic CC, you will be able to follow along during the majority of the workshop with an installed copy of Lightroom 6. *This workshop is for Lightroom Classic – not Lightroom Mobile.

Instructor

Workshop instructor Judith Pishnery has been working with photographic digital technology to create fine art & commercial images for more than 25 years. She began using Lightroom in 2008 and has taught it in college courses, private classes and workshops for 10 years. She uses Lightroom regularly and stays up-to-date with new features and techniques. Judith will share her extensive knowledge and experience with Lightroom and photography with you.


Atlanta Photography Group

75 Bennett Street Northwest, Atlanta, Georgia, United States

404.605.0605

gallery@atlantaphotographygroup.org

Open Thurs-Sat 12-4, by appointment



Fujifilm INSTAX® Family Fun Days

Fotografiska New York

October 31

281 Park Avenue South, New York, NY, USA +

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Fujifilm INSTAX® Family Fun Days

October 31

281 Park Avenue South, New York, NY, USA

Smile! Let’s get outside! Join Photographer and Foto Family Fun Day leader Alice Proujansky for a kid-friendly tour in the fresh air. The tour kicks off at the museum and everyone will get an INSTAX Mini 11 instant print camera on loan with one pack of INSTAX Mini Film to use as you walk and photograph the neighborhood.

What shape are the clouds? What colors are the flowers? Back at the museum, cameras will be returned, and the INSTAX photos will be used in your very own crafting project that you can take home with all your pics from the day.

 

Suggested Ages 5-12 years old

Please note: Children MUST be accompanied by an adult with a separate tour ticket.

 

About Alice Proujansky: Her first book, Go Photo! An Activity Book for Kids was published by Aperture in 2016. Go Photo! features 25 hands-on and creative activities inspired by photography. Alice has taught photography since 2002 and was the lead curriculum writer for On Sight, Aperture’s photography and visual literacy curriculum.

 


Fotografiska New York

281 Park Avenue South, New York, NY, USA



Virtual & Live Panel: Photography in Service of Conservation, a discussion panel w/Dale Rio and Melanie King

Big Day Film Collective

Artist Discussion

October 31

3 W Homestead Ave, Collingswood, NJ, USA +

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Virtual & Live Panel: Photography in Service of Conservation, a discussion panel w/Dale Rio and Melanie King

Artist Discussion

October 31

3 W Homestead Ave, Collingswood, NJ, USA

Photography in Service of Conservation, a discussion panel w/Dale Rio and Melanie King

To be held In person and virtually. Sign up now!
Please join us for a meaningful discussion with Dale and Melanie King. Dale worked in coordination with the Big Life Foundation’s conservation efforts photographing the Maasai Olympics. Big Day will be hosting a live and virtual lecture panel through Big Day Film Collective on the topic of Photography in Service of Conservation with artist and London Alternative Photography Collective founder Melanie King. Both will discuss the larger impact of the awareness their work brings to environmental concerns and ways to work in ways that promote environmental balance.
Register to attend now on our website. Suggested donation $10 USD – https://bigdayfilmcollective.com/maasai-olympics/


Big Day Film Collective

3 W Homestead Ave, Collingswood, NJ, USA

bigday@bigdayfilmcollective.com

Open Saturday & Sunday 12–6pm, Monday–Friday by appointment

Summer Hours: LIMITED until September due to Covid19 CDC restrictions. Please follow us on Instagram @bigdayfilmcollective for updates.



Todd Bradley | Tours of Duty Artist Talk

Griffin Museum of Photography

Artist Lecture

November 7

67 Shore Rd Winchester, MA +

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Todd Bradley | Tours of Duty Artist Talk

Artist Lecture

November 7

67 Shore Rd Winchester, MA

As part of our series of artist talks from Tours of Duty, we are pleased to present an evening with Todd Bradley discussing his series War Stories I Never Heard.

Join us Saturday November 7th at 7pm Eastern  online in the Griffin Zoom Room for a conversation about Todd’s creativity and very personal path to creating the series included in our exhibition opens in a new windowTours of Duty.

The event is FREE for Griffin Members, and $12 for Non Members. Not a member? opens in a new windowJoin us for great programming and events like this and support the Griffin.

War Stories I Never Heard explores the impact of discovering a loved one’s World War II military stories after his death, and the longing for a deeper personal connection with him after he is gone.

My grandfather Raymond Bradley was just 21 years old when he was drafted into the U.S. Army in 1943 to fight Hitler’s Nazi regime that was taking over the world. Hitler had been trying to create a superior race by killing the “unfit,” including Jews, the physically/mentally handicapped, and homosexuals. I am gay and I recently discovered a small percentage of my ancestry is Ashkenazi Jewish. Had I been living in 1944, my life would have been in danger; my grandfather was fighting for me 75 years ago without his knowing it.

After he passed in 2008, I was given a small box of photographs and mementos of my Grandpa Ray. I knew he had fought in Normandy, but it never registered as anything important. But all of a sudden, holding his stripes and medals in my hands, I needed to know about his time in battle. Due to the limited number of photos from D-Day and bits of information written on the backs of photos he saved, I created dioramas to fill in the gaps and recreate scenes from photographs my grandpa had kept. I tell about his time serving in the Army during WWII through still-life arrangements of memorabilia, photo collages, and our genetic DNA codes (specifically, my Y-chromosome code which is the same as my dad and grandfather’s codes), which symbolizes our family lineage and my personal connection to my grandfather.

About Todd Bradley

Todd Bradley (b1970, Detroit, USA) has lived in San Diego for over 30 years; 20 of those with Walter, Todd’s husband, and their 2 Rat Terriers; Gus and Hank. Self-taught with occasional classes and workshops; he draws inspiration from photographers Lori Nix and David Levinthal. As an artist, Todd uses different mediums and styles to express his views. Todd’s work focuses on decay, whether it is organic, structures, or our society.

Todd believes the current state of photography is mirroring the early 1900’s when Kodak introduced the Brownie camera to the masses. Today, we have the cell phone. In both times, Cameras became common and artists took notice. As the Modernists once did, Todd wants to push the medium in new ways. Using a tradition photography foundation, he digitally altering his photographs or use micro dioramas to discuss social issues facing us.

Todd was named 2017 “New Talent of the Year” by the London Creative Awards and has exhibited in numerous group shows in museum and galleries worldwide. His work has been published internationally. Todd is also a founding member of Snowcreek Collaborative, a collective of fine art photographers in San Diego.


Griffin Museum of Photography

67 Shore Rd Winchester, MA 01890

781.729.1158

Open Tues-Sun 12-4



CCP Members Virtual Event: Member in Focus with Michael Jorgensen

Center for Creative Photography

Artist Lecture

November 10

1030 North Olive Rd Tucson, AZ +

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CCP Members Virtual Event: Member in Focus with Michael Jorgensen

Artist Lecture

November 10

1030 North Olive Rd Tucson, AZ

Members, join us to learn about the career and photography of CCP member, Michael Jorgensen. Michael Jorgensen will be sharing with us an exclusive look into his current photography work and how his previous career as a Creative Director of celebrated cosmetic and fashion brands such as Lancome, Giorgio Armani, YSL, Ralph Lauren, and Viktor and Rolf has influenced and shaped his work over time. Members, register at ccp.arizona.edu


Center for Creative Photography

1030 North Olive Rd Tucson, AZ 85721

520.621.7968

info@ccp.arizona.edu

Open Tues-Fri 9-4, Sat 10-5



Fujifilm INSTAX® Family Fun Days

Fotografiska New York

Event

November 12

281 Park Avenue South, New York, NY, USA +

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Fujifilm INSTAX® Family Fun Days

Event

November 12

281 Park Avenue South, New York, NY, USA

Smile! Let’s get outside! Join Photographer and Foto Family Fun Day leader Alice Proujansky for a kid-friendly tour in the fresh air. The tour kicks off at the museum and everyone will get an INSTAX Mini 11 instant print camera on loan with one pack of INSTAX Mini Film to use as you walk and photograph the neighborhood.

What shape are the clouds? What colors are the flowers? Back at the museum, cameras will be returned, and the INSTAX photos will be used in your very own crafting project that you can take home with all your pics from the day.

 

Suggested Ages 5-12 years old

Please note: Children MUST be accompanied by an adult with a separate tour ticket.

 

About Alice Proujansky: Her first book, Go Photo! An Activity Book for Kids was published by Aperture in 2016. Go Photo! features 25 hands-on and creative activities inspired by photography. Alice has taught photography since 2002 and was the lead curriculum writer for On Sight, Aperture’s photography and visual literacy curriculum.


Fotografiska New York

281 Park Avenue South, New York, NY, USA



Focus Awards

Griffin Museum of Photography

Benefit

November 13

67 Shore Rd Winchester, MA +

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Focus Awards

Benefit

November 13

67 Shore Rd Winchester, MA

The Griffin Museum of Photography in Winchester announces the recipients of its 14th annual Focus Awards. The awards will be virtually presented on November 13, 2020 at 7 PM. The event will take place on the Zoom virtual platform. In order to receive the program’s Zoom link, reservations are required.

The Focus Awards recognize individuals making critical contributions to the promotion, curation and presentation of photography. The award is not meant for photographers for their art making, but for individuals such as photography educators, historians, gallerists, writers, curators, inventors, conservators and administrators who have elevated the medium of photography.

Focus awardees can be a combination of local, national and international photography trendsetters and innovators. The Focus Awards recognize the hard work, dedication and enthusiasm of a select group of enthusiastic, forward thinking individuals and organizations dedicated to the art and business of photography.

This year’s recipients include Boston photography gallerist, Robert Klein and Atlanta, Georgia photography gallerist, Arnika Dawkins.

The Lifetime Achievement Award is given to an individual whose ongoing commitment to photography has created far reaching impact.
The Rising Star Award is given to an emerging force that the photographic community is watching with great enthusiasm.

Robert Klein — Lifetime Achievement Award 2020.
Arnika Dawkins — Rising Star Award 2020

Award presenters include Stan Trecker, who will present the Lifetime Award to Robert Klein and Dr. Deborah Willis, curator, photographer, author and educator, who will present the Rising Star Award to Arnika Dawkins.

Robert Klein is the owner and director of the Robert Klein Gallery in Boston. The gallery, established in 1980, specializes in the market for fine photographs. Robert Klein was the president of the Association of International Photography Art Dealers (AIPAD) from 1995 – 2008 and a board member of AIPAD from 1985 – 1995. As president of AIPAD, Klein initiated long range plans to position AIPAD into the mainstream of the art market. The Robert Klein Gallery has had an international presence for over 40 years and services an international clientele. Klein received his MBA from Babson College. He attended Hobart College and received his BA from Wilkes University.

Arnika Dawkins is the owner of her eponymous fine art photography gallery established in Atlanta in 2012. The gallerist shows work by talented emerging and mid-career artists with a specialization in showing fine art photography by African Americans and images of people from the African Diaspora. Her passion is connecting collectors to photography that is significant, inspiring, and provocative. As a fine art photographer and avid collector, herself, Arnika is a valuable resource to collectors and artists alike. She is passionate about the medium, having obtained a Master of Arts in Digital Photography from the Savannah College of Art and Design.

In his career, Stan Trecker served as President of Montserrat College and the Art Institute of Boston (AIB).  He also served as Academic Dean of AIB and Lesley University. Upon his retirement in 2014, through to the present, Stan Trecker serves as Dean Emeritus at Lesley University. He is also a photographer.

Deborah Willis, Ph.D, is University Professor and Chair of the Department of Photography & Imaging at the Tisch School of the Arts at New York University and has an affiliated appointment with the College of Arts and Sciences, Department of Social & Cultural Analysis, Africana Studies, where she teaches courses on Photography & Imaging, iconicity, and cultural histories visualizing the black body, women, and gender. Her research examines photography’s multifaceted histories, visual culture, the photographic history of Slavery and Emancipation; contemporary women photographers and beauty. She received the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Fellowship and a John Simon Guggenheim Fellowship. Willis is the author of Posing Beauty: African American Images from the 1890s to the Present; and co-author of The Black Female Body A Photographic History; Envisioning Emancipation: Black Americans and the End of Slavery; and Michelle Obama: The First Lady in Photographs (both titles a NAACP Image Award Winner). Professor Willis’s curated exhibitions include: “In Pursuit of Beauty” at Express Newark; “Let Your Motto Be Resistance: African American Portraits” at the International Center of Photography and “Reframing Beauty: Intimate Moments” at Indiana University. Since 2006 she has co-organized thematic conferences exploring imaging the black body in the West such as the conference titled Black Portraiture[s] which was held in Johannesburg in 2016. She has appeared and consulted on media projects including documentary films such as Through A Lens Darkly and Question Bridge: Black Males, a transmedia project, which received the ICP Infinity Award 2015, and American Photography, PBS Documentary.
The Griffin Museum created the annual awards in 2006 to recognize individuals who have made critical contributions to the promotion of photography. They are one of the few to recognize the work of those who have been instrumental in building greater awareness of the photographic arts in the general public. The Griffin Museum of Photography is a nonprofit organization dedicated solely to the art of photography. Through our many exhibitions, programs and lectures, we strive to encourage a broader understanding and appreciation of the visual, emotional and social impact of photographic art.

For more information contact Crista Dix @ 781-729-1158 or crista@griffinmuseum.org

The Griffin Museum of Photography was founded in 1992 to provide a forum for the exhibition of both historic and contemporary photography.  The Museum houses three galleries dedicated solely to the exploration of photographic arts:  The Main Gallery, which features rotating exhibits from some of the world’s leading photographers; the Atelier Gallery and Griffin Gallery dedicated to showcasing the works of prominent, up-and-coming artists. The Griffin Museum of Photography also maintains 2 additional satellite galleries: Lafayette City Center in Boston Downtown Crossing and the Griffin Gallery at WinCAM.

For more on the Griffin Museum of Photography, visit www.griffinmuseum.org


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Griffin Museum of Photography

67 Shore Rd Winchester, MA 01890

781.729.1158

Open Tues-Sun 12-4



Griffin Museum Picturing the Future

Griffin Museum of Photography

Auction

November 15

67 Shore Rd Winchester, MA +

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Griffin Museum Picturing the Future

Auction

November 15

67 Shore Rd Winchester, MA

 

Griffin Museum

Picturing the Future Weekend

November 13 – 15, 2020

Save The Dates!    November 13-15, 2020

 Join us for a special weekend of events!

The Griffin Museum of Photography in Winchester, Massachusetts, along with creative photographers from across the United States invite you to a weekend of special events, culminating in a Photography Auction benefiting the Griffin Museum of Photography. The auction will help support the Griffin’s educational programs, exhibitions and operations.  We are thrilled to be part of a community of photographic artists who are supporting the Griffin by donating their time and creative work to help sustain the Museum.

It’s a collector’s weekend!

Starting on Friday Evening on November 13th, we celebrate the Focus Awards by honoring photography gallerist Robert Klein with a Lifetime Achievement Award. Stan Trecker, Dean Emeritus of Lesley University, will present the award to Robert Klein. We will also award the Rising Star Award to Arnika Dawkins, owner and director of the Arnika Dawkins Gallery in Atlanta, Georgia.

 

The weekend is filled with virtual lectures and artist talks. Some examples are: 

Saturday November 14, 2020 at 3:00 PM EST

W.M. Hunt (Bill), is a photography collector, curator and consultant who lives and works in New York.  He has been collecting photography for 40 years.

Bill will talk about how to collect photography, what to collect in photography and what he collects as well as discuss with Paula Tognarelli, the Griffin Museum’s executive director and curator, specific photographs in the upcoming Picturing the Future photography auction. 

November 14, 2020 at 7 PM EST

Barbara Hitchcock is a writer and curator, former Director of Cultural Affairs at Polaroid and former Curator of the Polaroid Collections in Massachusetts. She serves on the Collections Committee of Harvard Art Museums in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Hitchcock will have a one-on-one discussion with photographer Arno Raphael Minkkinen about his photographs and photographic journey. 

November 14, 2020 at 5 PM EST

Drew Epstein will do a question and answer program called “Ask me a copyright question.” Here’s your opportunity to get your gnawing copyright questions answered by a copyright expert. Drew is the president of the Griffin Museum of Photography’s Board of Directors and a copyright attorney and a partner in the firm of Baker, Epstein & Loscocco in Boston. His practice focuses on copyright, trademark, contracts and licensing issues.

November 15, 2020 at 1 PM EST

Some of the contemporary photographers in our auction discuss the threats and opportunities of our industry today. Photographer Caleb Cole interviews photographers Chehalis Hegner, Jennifer McClure and JP Terlizzi about their photography and photography in general in 2020

Join us on Sunday November 15th at 3 pm for our Picturing the Future auction. This special event will be a live photography auction via the auction platform InValuable and will be available for viewing all over the world. There will be images that will excite both seasoned photography collectors, as well as those just starting to collect. Prints will be affordable and the proceeds will help support the Griffin and enhance our programming. Participation in the auction is free, however all would need to register in advance in order to bid. The auction items will be on view two weeks in advance on Invaluable.

Over 70 prints spanning a wide spectrum of photographic genres will be available. Original photographs will be available from established photographic luminaries such as John Paul Caponigro, Barbara Crane, Elsa Dorfman, Jim Dow, Harold Feinstein, John Goodman, Cig Harvey, David Hilliard, Lou Jones, David Levinthal, Rania Matar, Arno Raphael Minkkinen, Olivia Parker, Vaughn Sills, Joyce Tenneson, George Tice, Bradford Washburn, William Wegman, Ernest Withers and so many more. Also available is a coveted and highly collectable complete set of “baseball” trading cards by Mike Mandel. A number of these cards are in major museum collections. We are also pleased to introduce you to works from the next generation of creative artists, Keiko Hiromi, Jennifer McClure, Aline Smithson and Sal Taylor Kydd among others.

Tickets for a weekend of events will be available. Buy a weekend pass, or per event. Find more information on the website in our events pages.

The Griffin Museum of Photography is a nonprofit organization dedicated solely to the art of photography. Through our many exhibitions, programs and lectures, we strive to encourage a broader understanding and appreciation of the visual, emotional and social impact of photography.

 

For more information about the Griffin, a prospectus / auction catalog or additional information about how you can participate in this incredible auction of photographic works, please contact the Griffin Museum at 781.729.1158 or by email contact Crista Dix, Associate Director at crista@griffinmuseum.org. 

About the Griffin Museum 

The Griffin Museum of Photography was founded in 1992 to provide a forum for the exhibition of both historic and contemporary photography. The Museum houses three galleries dedicated solely to the exploration of photographic arts. The Main Gallery features rotating exhibits from some of the world’s leading photographers, while the Atelier Gallery and Griffin Gallery are dedicated to showcasing the works of prominent and up-and-coming artists. The Griffin is also home to the extensive archives of museum founder and world-renowned photojournalist Arthur Griffin. For more on the Griffin Museum of Photography, visit www.griffinmuseum.org. 


Griffin Museum of Photography

67 Shore Rd Winchester, MA 01890

781.729.1158

Open Tues-Sun 12-4