Interview with Jonathan Adams-Haspert
Interview of Hayley Asicksik
Interview with Grace Blanchard
Interview with Taylor Schultz
Interview of Marc Harvey
Interview with Halle Shepherd
Interview with Michael Hannigan
Interview with Raymond Morales
The 2011 SPE Northwest regional conference will examine what many media theorists describe as a ‘21st Century Renaissance’ brought about by innovations in digital imaging and internet technology that are comparable to the impact of Gutenberg’s press.
The transformation from analog to digital and the convergence of still and motion photography into compact media technology constitutes a renegotiation of traditional ideas about photography and visual literacy that is emerging into questions about how photographers are addressing the impact of New Media.
All attendees: please fill out and submit the conference registration form to email@example.com.
Payment may be made online with the Paypal link, or you can mail a check to Melissa via snail mail. This event is free for SFCC Applied Visual Arts & Fine Arts students and faculty but a registration form must be filled out and submitted prior to November 1st to guarantee space availability. SPENW 2011 Conference Registration Form
Please send form and check (payable to SPE) to:
Spokane Falls Community College
3410 W. Fort George Wright Drive
Spokane, WA 99224-5288
To Pay online go to: http://www.spenw.org/conferences/2011-spenw-regional-conference/
Conference Schedule of Events
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8:30 - 10:00pm
The Spokane Falls Community College Photography Program is hosting a gallery exhibition titled “Lost and found” features hand made artist books by Frank Hamrick and Wet Plate Collodion prints by Katherine Rondina.
The exhibition highlights the “lost” art of handmade bookmaking and 19th century Wet Plate photography and expands the visual lexicon beyond contemporary digital photography and highlights how new insights into the modern may be “found” in the intrinsic value of craftsmanship and physical artifacts.
4. Dean Davis Photography - Tension
Eva Sköld Westerlind and Frank Knapp
Dean Davis Photography is hosting a exhibition of work by Seattle based artist Eva Sköld Westerlind and Spokane photographer Frank Knapp in a show titled “Tension”. The show is sponsored by the Society for Photographic Education 2011 Northwest Region Conference.
The work of both photographers explores the qualities of water, light, and time. Sköld Westerlind writes, “I seek to capture close-up scenes from the water surface that reveal the beauty and the mystery when light meets water in these natural settings.”
The Kolva-Sullivan Gallery is hosting a solo exhibition of photographic work by Los Angeles photographer W.B. Fontenot. The show is sponsored by the Society for Photographic Education 2011 Northwest Region Conference.
Fontenot’s inspiration derives from the dystopias of authors such as George Orwell and Aldous Huxley. Fontenot creates a parallel universe that mocks our own digital obsession and increased consumption, creating characters that echo the imagery and themes of “1984” and “A Brave New World” as well as other dystopian worlds.
The Nectar Tasting Room is hosting an exhibition of photographic work titled “Alterations” that is sponsored by the Society for Photographic Education 2011 Northwest Region Conference.
Works by Victoria British Columbia photographer Mike Emme and Memphis Tennesee photographer Erin Jennings. The theme Alterations refers to the idea of change and abstraction. Jenning’s work depicts the movements of Burlesque dancers that alter the viewer’s perception of the dancer while Emme’s photographs offer a close-up view of natural processes of decay.
The Brick Wall Gallery is hosting an exhibition titled, “Looking Back,” sponsored by the Society for Photographic Education 2011 Northwest Regional Conference. The show presents the works of Spokane-based photographer, Del Lusk and Montana artist, Jane Goffe who both utilize historic photographic processes to make modern imagery.
Del Lusk makes traditional silver gelatin fiber prints by hand while Jane Goffe specializes in 19th century processes of gum bichromate, cyanotype, and silver gelatin which result in prints that are truly one-of-a-kind.
Goffe’s work emphasizes “impressionistic” landscape scenes and Lusk’s most recent work is devoted to mannequins that portray human interaction using inanimate stand-ins.
Barili Cellars is hosting a photography exhibition titled “Abstract Americana” which is featuring the work of 6 artist and is sponsored by the Society for Photographic Education in conjunction with the Northwest Region Conference that is happening November 3-6th in Spokane Washington. The work focuses on the patterns and textures of decay within the rural landscape.
Artist featured in the show are: