Early Bird Special: Film & Photography

February 7, 2020

 

As art from behind the lens of a camera becomes more and more popular in our increasingly tech-savvy world, we are thrilled to showcase these exciting events focused on film and photography for ArtWeek 2020!

A big thank you to these event hosts who submitted their event applications by the Early Bird deadline.

Composition - Stan Eichner Photography

Composition: The Key to Powerful Photographic Images at Stan Eichner Photography- Join photographer Stan Eichner for a hands-on talk that will review basic principles of composition—then try them out yourself using several mounted cameras! – Somerville

Labyrinth Quests’ Film Festival on Aging at the Harwich Cultural Center- This program of short films from At Sixes and Sevens Inc. depicts artistic portrayals of older adults exploring the richness of later life. The films, which epitomize the importance of love, laughter, and community will be presented alongside a photography exhibit on the same theme – Harwich 

No Evil Project Photo Shoot at Summer Street Plaza- Come get photographed by artist Troy Thompson posing as the Three Wise Monkeys: See No Evil, Hear No Evil, and Speak No Evil. Pick three of your “labels” and be part of the ArtWeek art! – Boston 

The Bay State: A Multicultural Landscape, Photographs of New Americans by Mark Chester at The Public Library of Brookline- Enjoy a discussion with the artist himself about these portraits from Mark Chester’s series of more than 400 naturalized U.S. citizens of the Commonwealth. The event supports The Massachusetts Immigrant and Refugee Advocacy Coalition – Brookline 

Photographs of New Americans - Mark Chester
The No Evil Project - Troy Thompson

Be sure to check back for more information on these events and more when our calendar goes live on April 1st!

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