LightBox will present an incredible group of Alternative Process Photographers in the 2019 LightBox Symposium for Alternative Process Photography on September 13, 14 and 15th. Hosted in the over 100 year old beautiful Alderbrook Station on the Columbia River in Astoria, Oregon, they invite you to join them and be part of a very special weekend! The theme of this years Symposium is Alternative Visions! The Symposium will feature a juried Alt Process exhibit, Alternative Visions, juried by thier Keynote Speaker, Christina Z. Anderson.
This symposium is for the beginner and the advanced photographer interested in learning about alternative printing processes. The weekend is full of activities and presentations by 5 outstanding photographers and technicians of the Alternative Processes. Bring your Alternative Process prints to display and share with attendees. It’s great opportunity to meet, share with and learn from your peers from around the country. Please join us for a weekend full of Show Openings, Speakers, Demonstrations, Sharing your work.
Christina Z. Anderson • Confluence: Contemporary Dim and Dark Room Practice.
Jim Fitzgerald • Traditional Carbon Transfer Printing: Creating a Fine Art Print.
Denise Ross • The Hand Made Silver Gelatin Emulsion, why not?
Michael Puff • The Art and Imagination of the Platinum Palladium Process.
Karen Hymer • The Love of the Photopolymer Gravure Process.
Fifty participants will be accepted to the symposium, please sign up early!
Contact michael at firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up for the Symposium.
About LightBox Photographic Gallery:
LightBox Photographic Gallery was established in June 2009 to provide a center for the promotion of creative and alternative photography on the North Coast of Oregon. LightBox provides a venue where photographic artists may exhibit their work, share their vision, and inspire other photographers and individuals. LightBox strives to exhibit a diversity of photographic styles and processes, to educate in these techniques and methods, and to influence the community in the recognition of photography as fine art. LightBox encourages the continued use of film, traditional photographic methods, historical alternative processes and seeks to discover and recognize the finest works in digital photography. LightBox serves as a gathering place for photographers and individuals who appreciate fine photography. We’ve enjoyed each and every day meeting those who come into the gallery and to have experienced and shared the vision of so many unique individual artists. Connect with them on their Website and on Facebook!