Selections for the 17th Juried Exhibition have been made and can be found here
The list of Photographers in Griffin’s 17th Juried Exhibit Juried by Debra Klomp Ching include Susan A Barnett, Bremner Benedict, Paul Giguere, Karin Hillmer, Ellen Jantzen, Kate Kelley, David Lambert, Rania Matar, Emily Hanako Momohara, Nancy Newberry, Toni Pepe, Harold Ross, Tara Sellios, Peggy Shaw, Laura Wulf, Howard Zoubek.
Legacy Award ($1000) – Rania Matar
Griffin Award ($500) -Tara Sellios
Honorable Mention – Bremner Benedict
In the Atelier Gallery will be Sarah Malakoff’s “Living Arrangements” and the Joan Johnson Scholarship in the Griffin Gallery June 29th-August 29th.
Congrats to all.
Announcing… Flash Forward Festival Boston!
The Magenta Foundation is pleased to announce Flash Forward Festival Boston, June 2-5. This new satellite Flash Forward event features some of the highlights of the Toronto Festival, including Stephen Mayes’ Restructuring the Photographic Practice and Susan Bright’s Auto Focus: The Self Portrait in Contemporary Photography.
Many new guest speakers will appear in Boston along with a new exhibition of emerging photographers from the Boston area, curated by Paula Tognarelli, executive director of the Griffin Museum of Photography, and George Slade, program manager/curator at Photographic Resource Center at Boston University.
photo: C Sukhumi, Abkhazia – Independence Parade, by Jason Andrew
Calendar of events for Flash Forward Boston
A 3-day workshop in the streets of Boston with photographer Harvey Stein
Join renowned photographer Harvey Stein for a 3-day workshop designed to help you photograph people. Harvey will focus on the techniques and insights needed to make meaningful images of people. You will consider the variety of ways to photograph individuals, including friends, family, and strangers in such diverse settings as the home, the street and in work situations. You will also explore ways of organizing environmental elements to make persuasive statements of and about people.
Space is limited. Call the Griffin Museum at 781-729-1158 or see our website.
After the workshop you will have an opportunity to have your work featured in an exhibit at the Griffin Museum.
Special talk, discussion, and signing of Harvey Stein’s new book, Coney Island 40 Years, at the Griffin Saturday. June 11th at 7 PM.
FREE FOR MEMBERS and WORKSHOP PARTICIPANTS, NONMEMBERS $10
Summer workshops for students Grades 5 – 9 and one for Elementary Grades 1 – 4
We know your child will enjoy our offerings that utilize the photograph and other visual arts media for a fun and collaborative educational experience. Each class is structured to build visual literacy skills as well as develop critical thinking skills through artmaking.
Although the classes do not require a camera, students are welcome to bring cameras to use in their projects. No photography experience is needed. An exhibition of all student art work will go on display at the museum after the completion of all workshops. Class size limited to 15 except Photo Arts which is limited to 8.
- July 11 – 15 Collage/ Assemblage Grades 5 – 9
- July 18 – 22 Photo Arts (session 1) Grades 5 – 9
- July 25 – 29 Photo Arts (session 2) Grades 5 – 9
- Aug 1 – 5 Creative Arts and Photography Grades 1 – 4
Arts educator Catherine Nasser will again lead the workshops.
Classes will run from 9 AM to 3 PM on Monday through Friday with a half hour supervised lunch. Students should bring a packed lunch to class every day. The Elementary class will run 9 AM to Noon. See our registration flyer and announcement.
Call us at 781-729-1158 to learn more.
SAVE the DATE: The 6th Annual Focus Awards
- Griffin Museum of Photography
- Focus Awards Year 6
- Saturday, October 1, 2011
- at the Exchange Conference Center in Boston