|Image City Photography Gallery Newsletter |
For a webpage version of the Newsletter Click Here
We publish our Newsletter during each of our exhibits to pass along information and reviews of the exhibit, selected images and news of participation opportunities at Image City. We thank you for your interest and we look forward to another great year of fine photographs and events. We hope to see you at each of the 13 shows we produce in 2014.
Through the Student Lens 2014
Current Show Runs Through Saturday, April 19
Join Us!! April 4th is First Friday Gallery Night
The current exhibit is Through the Student Lens 2014
, our fifth annual show of photographs by area high school students. Each school collaborated to select ten photographs of their student work. Sixteen schools are participating. The exhibit gives the students the opportunity to display their classroom learning and artistic talents in a true gallery setting with the opportunity for sales as a potential additional reward. The Gallery Partners chose BOCES-EMCC school for the grand prize award in the exhibit. Congratulations to all of the students and teachers for their production of a fine exhibit of photographs! We also very much appreciate the contributions to the exhibit by Michael Hager, Museum Photographics
, who printed the student photographs, and Jason Campbel, Frameworks
of Rochester, who mounted the photographs for display.
Guest Photographers for this show are David Ridley and Hank Shaw, with Bruce Bozman who is in the East Gallery. The Camera Rochester exhibit has competition-winning photographs by Archie Curry, Patti Kocinski, David Kotok, Sheila Nelson, David Schroeder, and Dave Valvo.
We round out the show with Artists-in-Residence and Gallery Partners Dick Bennett, Carl Crumley, Steve Levinson, Gil Maker, Don Menges, Jim Patton, David Perlman, Dan Neuberger, Betsy Phillips, Gary Thompson, Phyllis Thompson, and Sheridan Vincent.
for a link to the details as well as a list of all 16 participating high schools and a preview of images in the show. The exhibit runs through Saturday, April 19
. The Gallery will be closed on Easter Sunday, April 20. There is no admission fee at Image City and is accessible to all.
lery Picks from the Exhibit
For our exhibits, Peter Marr views all of the photographs in the exhibit by the guest photographers and select "Peter's Picks" and normally writes a commentary on his selections. Unforseen circumstance has delayed Peter's Commentary. It that will be posted as soon as it is available on the Peter's Picks webpage for the show, click here.
Bow Silhouette by Bruce Bozman
Pain and Beauty by Tychianna Glenn
of Wheatland - Chili High School
B/A-2 by David Ridley
DY by Jamey Wilder
of Wheatland - Chili High School
|Image City Critiques: Wednesday, April 2 at 7pm|
The Critique Group will meet again on Wednesday, April 2nd at 7:00 pm. The assignment for April is to shoot images within the boundaries of Alexander St. on the west; Culver Rd. on the east; Park Ave. on the south; and East Ave. on the north. Within those boundaries you are to send 4-5 images you have taken. You can shoot inside or outside. Landscape; cityscape; street photography; architecture; macro; flowers; salt & pepper shakers... any topic you want. BUT... you MUST stay within the boundaries. For instance, you can shoot a subject on the north side of east Ave. as long as you don't cross the street. Ask for permission to shoot inside some of Park Ave's wonderful shops and restaurants. Don't be shy... be creative! The weather is about to turn... Be Ready! Email your images to Don Menges by April 1st. firstname.lastname@example.org
|Creating Great Photographs with Adobe Lightroom 5.3 by Steve Levinson|
|Course with four Sessions April 10, 17, 24, and May 1 |
There are limited openings remaining for this upcoming course: After taking this lecture and workshop course by Steve Levinson, you will be have a workflow (or standardized process) that you can efficiently follow for every photograph you make: (1) importing images into your computer so that you can easily find them at a later time, (2) selecting the best images using an organized process (3) creating a fine digital image and then (4) making a fine digital print or posting on the Internet. Time will be available to practice and discuss both provided images and images from your own portfolio. RAW is the preferred original (camera) format for images, though high quality JPEGS will also work. For full description and details Click Here.
|David Fitzsimmons, Sigma Pro Photographer and Writer, here in June|
|Mark Your Calendar for events on June 20 and June 21 |
Well-known photographer and writer David Fitzsimmons will have his work on display at the gallery for our show opening June 17. While in town David will be making an interesting and informative presentation on his experience self-publishing his photo books, as well as conducting a photography workshop on the subject of macro and closeup photography including the use of light tents, with some interesting live "critters" on hand as models (think frogs, caterpillars, birds, etc.!). Put these dates on your calendar and we'll be giving you more details as we get closer:
Self-publishing presentation at Writers & Books next door to the gallery on Friday, June 20 at 7 p.m.
Macro and closeup photography workshop at 1600 East Avenue on Saturday, June 21 at 10 a.m.
|Photographers' Alert and Call: Upcoming Competition at Image City |
Be on the lookout in coming days for the "Call for Submissions" for the upcoming Portfolio Showcase 2014, a juried exhibit where the judges will choose eight photographers' portfolios having eight photographs for the exhibit in August. It is not too early to start planning for your submissions!
|Calendar of Events|
Image City Photography Gallery, 722 University Avenue
April 2 Image City Critiques, 7 pm
April 4 First Friday Gallery Night 5 - 9 pm
April 19 Saturday, Last Day for Through the Student Lens 2014
April 20 Easter Sunday -- Image City will be close for Easter
April 22 Opening day of Cuba Through 36 Eyes
April 25 Opening Reception for Cuba Through 36 Eyes
ImageCity Photography Gallery
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Sunday, Noon - 4
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Image City Photography Gallery, 722 University Avenue, Rochester, NY 14607
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