Silver Conference March 30 to Apr 1, 2007
While I am sitting here in China waiting for the sun to come up, I was thinking about the Silver Conference and realized, "Hey! It's coming up!". I have recieved a tentative schedule here for the conference. Time is getting short for registration and I wanted to post something here for people to see what is happening. (I am not associated with the conference, I just think it is very well done from last year and really something we all should support)
I went last year and really enjoyed myself. I met many of the best in the business there and would recommend this to all.
There is more information on Calumet's site: www.CalumetPhoto.com. Do a search for Silver Conference. This link may work...
There is quite a print competition as well.
Registration at ACD from 3-6
Silver one on One from 12 noon -6
Rudman Darkroom demo 12-4
5-5:30 Welcome Intro Richard, Dennis, Ilford
5:30-6:30 Ken Rosenthal -getting your work into galleries
6:30-8pm Panel The black and White print in Galleries Today
Frish-Frankel Gallery SF
8:00-11:00 Open print sharing at hotel in ball room
9:00 Intro to day and housekeeping issues
9:15 10:30 speaker: Swanee
10:45-12:30 Panel Publishing
Mark Edward Harris
Michelle Dunn Marsh-Moderator
12:30-2:00 Lunch- Art Center Cafeteria
2:00-3:30 New presentation- Sally Gall
3:30-4:30 Silver One on One-
Tim Rudman Darkroom Demo
4:30-6:00 Evening featured speaker John Sexton
6:30-11:00 Reviews and open portfolio sharing at hotel ball room
9:00-9:15 Intro and housekeeping
9:15-10:30 Technical Panel
10:45-12:00 Speaker Keith Carter
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Elevator is exited about this conference as well, We will be attending and displaying our work in the Hiltons Ballroom , as well we will be sending prints into the competition my own work as well. Please do not let anyone inform Alex Hawley of this competition. I am hoping to take 1st , 2nd and all the honarable mentions this year. He has had his moment in the sun and not be allowed to enter prints.