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f295 Seminar on Contemporary Alternative Photography, NYC, US

Posted 18 January, 2008 in Random

Tom Persinger writes:

The free f295 Seminar on Contemporary Alternative Photography is coming soon! It takes place in less than 3 2 weeks on Sunday January 27, 2008 at the B&H Photo Megastore in Manhattan and is COMPLETELY FREE! Because we’re expecting a large crowd for this event pre-registration is required. To reserve your space please email

Here’s information from the B&H Website:

f295 Seminar on Contemporary Alternative Photography:

B&H hosts a very special and rare gathering of some of today’s leading alternative process photographers for a one day event of epic proportions. We’ve packed as much as we can into this 6 hour event! You’ll hear presentations from each photographer about their work, engage in discussion around alternative photographic practice, and participate in a dialogue about the state of contemporary alternative photography.

Speakers Include:

This event is not to be missed by anyone interested in; alternative process (from albumen to ziatype), pinhole, zone-plate, toy camera (Holga and Diana), and self-made cameras! B&H Event Space will be hard pressed to contain the amount of creative energy that will be present on this day.

Date: Sunday, January 27th
Time: 10:30am – 4:30pm

Registration is required for this event and seating is limited! Please reserve your seat and be sure to arrive promptly to guarantee your spot. For registration please send an email to:


Please Note: This event is pre-cursor to the F295 Symposium 2008: An Examination of Lensless, Alternative and Adaptive Photographic Processes held in Pittsburgh, PA. 5/29/08 to 6/1/08. The f295 Symposium is a unique and exciting three day event which features exhibitions, lectures and round-table discussions, workshops, and peer networking focused around an in-depth exploration of alternative photographic processes and means. f295 is working with the Center for the Arts in Society at Carnegie Mellon University and Pittsburgh Filmmakers to bring you a host of exciting events! Complete information, including registration information, available on the website:

See you there!

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