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2009 F295 Symposium registration now open

Posted 6 February, 2009 in Workshops

Organizer Tom Persinger says:

Registration for the 2009 F295 Symposium is now open to the public! The 2009 F295 Symposium Exploring 21st Century Photography takes place in Pittsburgh PA USA on the campus of Carnegie Mellon University (with workshops at Pittsburgh Filmmakers) May 28-31, 2009

Visit the registration page to sign up for the symposium* and all workshops!

Here’s a summary of speakers who will be delivering their talks on Friday May 29 (and the titles of their talks):

Elizabeth Opalenik
Possibilities in Mordançage

Jarosław Klupś
To Freeze a Reflection

Martha Madigan
Solar Printing for a Lifetime

Michelle Bates
Through a Plastic Lens

Dan Estabrook
Some Notes on the Art of Failure

Robb Kendrick
The Tintype and Beyond

Mark Osterman

Photographer Ben Long will be giving a free pre-symposium public address on Wednesday May 27 entitled Technology, Perception, and Photography and we’ll be announcing our special Thursday night speaker soon!

If you’re a subscribing member of F295 remember to select the special, discounted members only registration rate. This price is just for members and only available for a short time! If you’re not a member and wish to join to take advantage of the discounted rate visit our membership page.

The current registration rates are for early registration only. Soon they’ll increase to the regular rate. Sign up early to get a great rate and reserve your seat!

Sign up today! Don’t miss your chance to take some of the other great workshops and your opportunity to attend the most exciting photographic event of 2009!

If you have interest in one of the workshops I suggest registering ASAP. F295 members were able to register over the weekend and as a result Jerry Spagnoli’s & Jill Enfield’s workshops are already sold out! (we may add a 2nd Daguerreotype workshop, and if so F295 members will find out first!) Here’s what we have remaining:

Workshops Saturday May 30
The Fugitive Shadow w/ France Scully and Mark Osterman
Lens-Building and Optical Effects (2 days) w/ Alan Greene
Working in the Cultural Landscape w/ Craig Barber
Printing with Gum Bichromate (2 days) w/ Scott McMahon
Toying with Plastic Cameras w/Michelle Bates

Workshops Sunday May 31
Non-Destructive Image Editing with Photoshop w/ Ben Long
Lens-Building and Optical Effects (2 days) w/ Alan Greene
Photography Walk-About w/ Tom Persinger and others!
Printing with Gum Bichromate (2 days) w/ Scott McMahon

Complete information on the website:

*Symposium registration does not include workshops. You must register and pay for each workshop individually. They may all be purchased together using our online shopping cart.

See you in Pittsburgh!

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