Richard Murphy and Tami Phelps will discuss their recent series of collaborative art works, October 21, 2014, at 7:00, in the Anchorage Museum auditorium. Murphy’s photographs and Phelps’s mixed media resulted in a unique six piece exhibit: “Growing Panes: Reflections on an Amaryllis”. Sponsored by the Alaska Photographic Center. Free and open to the public.
This month’s Photo Tuesday is coming up on September 16th at the Anchorage Museum at Rasmuson Center, Elizabeth Reynolds Classroom at 7pm. Please join APC members & friends for an evening of photographs celebrating the passing of summer. The projector is open to all, so bring one photo or twenty, and feel free to talk or not talk, it’s all up to you. If you’d prefer to just come and watch, that’s fine too! See what everyone has been up to this summer, and continue the conversation afterwards over an adult beverage of your choice (at a location TBD). If you’d like to bring some work, bring JPG files at least 1000 pixels long on a CD/DVD, USB thumb drive, or CF/SD card. Hope you can attend.
Note venue change – Please use the 7th Ave entrance. The classroom is on the right as you enter the building.
Join APC and friends for an open projector evening where we bid farewell to winter. This is our regular spring social event, however due to some complications with our regular venue we are breaking it into two parts. The first part will be at the museum, where we will open the projector to anyone interested in sharing photos. After that we will continue the discussion at a downtown watering hole. Contact Loren Holmes with questions, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The Art of Mobile Cell Phone Photography.
Presented by Alaska Mobile Photo & friends.
Join Alaska Mobile Photo for an evening of hands-on demonstrations, taking mobile cell phone photography to the next level.
7pm, April 15, 2014 at the Anchorage Museum at Rasmuson Center Classroom. Free.
Note venue change – the auditorium is being renovated so we are in the classroom. Please use the 7th Ave entrance, the classroom is on the right as you enter the building.
Alaska Dispatch photojournalist Loren Holmes will present a special photo lecture titled “3,000 miles along the Iditarod Trail.” Loren will share photos from the past three Iditarod races and talk about the challenges of covering The Last Great Race.
Tuesday, March 18, 2014 at 7:00PM
Anchorage Museum at Rasmuson Center
UPDATE: Due to an unforeseen scheduling conflict, Brian Adams will not be able to present tomorrow. Instead we are proud to present Ash Adams:
In her lecture, Anchorage-based photographer Ash Adams will discuss some of her recent work on babies and the women who make them. Adams has an educational background in both fine art photography and photojournalism, and she finds a marriage between the two in photographing births, newborns, and pregnancy. Her photographs are in part conceptual images, but there is a documentary and story-telling aspect to photographing the last moments of pregnancy and the first of life, due in large part to importance of time inherent within.
Tuesday, February 18, 2014 at 7:00PM
Anchorage Museum at Rasmuson Center
Pictures: Combining Photojournalism and Audio
Tuesday, November 19th, 2013, 7:00 pm
Anchorage Museum at Rasmuson Center Auditorium
625 C St, Anchorage, free
As print journalism has gravitated toward web publishing, many photographers have found ways to use more tools to tell stories. Anchorage Daily News photojournalist Marc Lester talks about how audio can complement still images to give an intimate glimpse into the lives of some Alaskans. He’ll show a few recent projects.
Marc Lester has been a staff photographer at the Anchorage Daily News for almost 15 years, covering all types of news, sports and feature stories. He grew up in Buffalo, NY, and studied photojournalism at Ohio University.