S.N.A.P. at Provence Cafe
Spring is sprung, the grass is riz…and so have the photographs in our “Night” exhibition at Provence. Again, I am blown away by the quality and variety of images in the show. Be sure to be there for the Reception next Thursday, April 20 to see the show and talk with the artists.
The juror for this exhibit is Heather Lose, a creative director and fine art photographer who helped co-found the Nashville Community Darkroom and, more recently, WXNA 101.5 FM. She will be discussing the photographs she selected for the exhibit at our next meeting at Dury’s, Tuesday, April 25 beginning at 6:30. See you there!
Our March meeting was a real treat…a field trip to the Frist Center for the Visual Arts to see the Irving Penn exhibit. Those who have seen it are complimentary of the quality and content of the show. If you haven’t seen it yet, this is an exhibit you shouldn’t miss. It remains until May 29.
April’s issue of the Nashville Arts Magazine is available online: April Issue
S.N.A.P. member Bill Hobbs has an on-going project photographing the construction of the 505 building…
“I have been photographing construction of the 505 residential tower for developer Tony Giarratana since the building was nothing more than a 70-foot-deep hole in the ground, for the purpose of creating a coffee-table book of art photography of the project that will be given to the initial residents. The 45-floor building will be the tallest residential building in Nashville and all of Tennessee. My photography is meant to capture both the beauty of the emerging building and the workers who are building it. The exhibit, arranged by The Arts Company, features 19 images from the forthcoming book and the artwork will be on display in the lobby of the Fifth Third Center through the end of the month.
Bill is interested in hosting a viewing event for S.N.A.P. members. His email says: “I’m not sure how to throw an event together quickly, and it wouldn’t be a big event, just a group coming to see them at the same time then go eat together.” So, if you are interested please contact Bill directly.
S.N.A.P. member Emerald Estock sold 2 (count ‘em, TWO) pieces from our Provence show “Inspired by Art”. They are titled “Woven Past” and “Repose”. Congratulations, Emerald!
Byron Jorjorian Workshops:
Byron Jorjorian, our recent speaker sent me this announcement to pass on to you. I have participated in one of his workshops, and I can tell you it is a wonderful experience and well worth the investment.
Today we are excited to announce two new workshops in the Off the Beaten Path Series.
The first is The Art of Macro on June 24th, 2017 – Henry Horton State Park in Tennessee.
Enhance your macro photography skills and your artistic vision in this one day workshop which combine both classroom and field instruction to maximize your learning opportunities.
To find out more about the Art of Macro Workshop go here: http://www.jorjorianpublishing.com/the-art-of-macro-workshop.html
The second one is at Little River Canyon in Alabama – August 25th – 27th, 2017
Join Byron and Ron Rice as they lead your exploration in the striking landscape of Little River Canyon National Preserve. Located near Fort Payne Alabama at the southern edge of the Cumberland Plateau. No strenuous hiking required to participate.
We are excited to announce that Ron Rice will be joining us for this and many future workshops. This will enable us to make sure that everyone has easy access to instruction while we are in the field.
During the workshop, we will have a critique session and then apply what we have learned to go back out and shoot as we continue to explore this beautiful national preserve.
To find out more about the Little River Canyon Workshop http://www.jorjorianpublishing.com/littlerivercanyon2017.html
SouthxSouthEast Photo Workshops…
June 8, 9,10
Join Molly Roberts for a 2 1/2 day photo editing workshop consisting of one-on-one editing, classroom instruction, and critique at South x Southeast photo gallery.
If you have a series or a project you would like to put before a great photo editor here’s your opportunity. Molly was Sr. Photo Editor of Smithsonian Magazine for 15 years before joining National Geographic earlier this year. She brings a keen eye to any project.
Please see her biography as well as information on SxSE photogallery here.
(2) one-on-one editing sessions
projection of images for group review
shooting in between
opening reception for The Women’s Show
and most meals
Art at the Library
Hiding in Plain Sight: Nashville’s Elusive Past
When: Saturday, February 18, 2017 – Sun , June 18, 2017 (all day)
Where: Main Library
Hiding in Plain Sight is a unique collaboration between writer Robert K. Oermann and artist Anna Jaap. Hiding in Plain Sight shines a light on everyday places in Nashville where extraordinary events occurred, sites that citizens might routinely drive past without knowing their significance.