Our presenter was Jim McCarthy. He presented his recent project “Peace Elders: Watering the roots of nonviolence, community and social justice.”
This project includes portraits and photo-essays depicting the work of people who’ve been doing the real work of making… Read More
Bob Thayer was our speaker and the title of his presentation was “In Defense of the Slide Show”. Bob shared with us his tips for making extraordinary digital slide shows, set to music or narration.
Born and raised in Bangor,… Read More
Our February outing was to the Maine Coast Heritage Trust’s Babson Creek Preserve in Somesville (https://www.mcht.org/preserve/babson-creek/) on Saturday February 26th. The weather cooperated beautifully this time! This 36-acre preserve features meadows, salt marsh, and a small wooded area that attracts… Read More
Our speaker was Emma Ressel, an accomplished photographer who works with a large format view camera to make jarring and visceral still life photographs, casting food and taxidermy as active narrators to disrupt our assumptions about attraction and repulsion. She… Read More
Our presenter was Gary Green, an Associate Professor of Art at Colby College, where he has taught photography since 2007. He presented: “What makes a book of photos a photobook, and why have they become so important?
Gary talked about… Read More
Dr. Michael Grillo from the University of Maine was our featured speaker. His presentation, Cultural Vision and Photographic Technologies, looked at photographs of the past two centuries in relation to other visual media in popular culture as well as the Fine Arts to… Read More
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