SaltSpring Photography Club December Newsletter
NOVEMBER MEETING NOTES:
ANNUAL ARTSPRING LOBBY SHOW:
The Photo Club's annual ArtSpring Lobby Show 2022 is rapidly approaching. The hanging date is Tuesday, January 4th at 10:00 am
This show is an opportunity for Photo Club members to submit any image the photographer wants to exhibit, without the constraints of size or subject matter. Some members submit their most unusual, most beautiful, most interesting or most technically challenged image of the preceding year. Some submit their most comical, studious, colourful or accomplished composition. Some simply submit their favourite image or one that caused deeper thought in themselves or their peers.
Most of the images are offered for sale, some are not and are just for ‘show’; this is the artist’s choice. Contact information is provided on the information tags for each image.
If you are interested in submitting your work for the show please email Wendy Rosier at email@example.com.
The information needed is as follows and is due by December 31st so that tags can be printed.
Contact Information (Email or Phone number):
As usual, there is no charge for entering the show but so far we have only six photographers submitting work so there is room for more.
We are looking forward to seeing what you all have been creatively seeing in this past year.
The challenge is the relationship between NEGATIVE and POSITIVE space in a photograph. Your slides will need to be in by Monday, January 10th. Please put the order you'd like them to be shown and your name in the file name, as in Negspace, Avril, #1. And sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Looking forward to seeing what you come up with!
JANUARY BC/YUKON SPEAKER SERIES: free presentation sign-up
The BC/Yukon speaker series will be hosting Guy Tal on January 14th at 7 p.m. You must be registered to attend this event. To do so go to the following link: https://nsps.ca/bc-yukon-inter-club-speaker-series-2021-22/.
Guy Tal is a professional writer and photographic artist living in Torrey, Utah. In his photographs, Guy strives to express emotions and mood instead of documenting or commemorating the appearance of places or events. For this upcoming presentation, Guy will discuss challenges faced by photographic artists in both historic and contemporary settings. Using examples of his own work Guy will illustrate his philosophy of how photography can express concepts and emotions beyond the recording of visual experience. You can access out additional information about Guy and his work by going to his website at https://guytal.com.