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    f295 Symposium Registration Information

    f295 is pleased to announce registration information for the The f295 Symposium on Lensless, Alternative and Adaptive Photographic Processes on Friday 27 April 2007 being held in Pittsburgh, PA USA. The registration for the lectures and round-table discussion will be handled by Conference and Event Services at Carnegie Mellon University.

    We're offering an early bird, discounted registration rate of $100 to all of those who register by phone before March 1. Students (w/ valid ID) are being offered a discounted rate of $70.

    Rates are as follows:
    Early Bird Discount Registration before Mar 1: $100
    Registration before April 1 : $120
    Registration April 1 - April 20: $165
    Late Registration and in-person (April 20 - 27): $200
    Student rate with ID: $70

    After March 1 the rate increases. The online registration system will also be available at that time. I'll forward the URL at that time.

    To take advantage of the early bird rate please call:
    Conferences & Event Services
    Phone: 412/268-1125
    confserv@andrew.cmu.edu

    Your registration fee includes:
    This includes admission to all events of Friday 27 April including the 8 lectures and 2 round table discussions (9am- 5pm), name badge, coffee/tea/snacks during breaks, a program of the days activities, and access to the sale of books by symposium speakers.

    Complete, up to the minute symposium information may be found on the website: http://www.f295.org/wordpress

    See you in Pittsburgh!

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    All- Just a reminder that there are ONLY 5 DAYS REMAINING to receive the discounted f295 Symposium registration rate!

    If you're planning to attend the f295 Symposium on Lensless, Alternative and Adaptive Photographic Processes in Pittsburgh PA USA in April we're offering an early-bird discounted registration rate of only $100 (students with valid ID $70). To receive this special rate you must call 412-268-1125 and register on or before February 28.

    This rate is only available via telephone registration and only between the hours of 9am - 5pm EST.

    To take advantage of the early-bird discounted rate please call:
    Carnegie Mellon University
    Conferences & Event Services
    Phone: 412-268-1125

    Registration includes:
    Admission to the 8 lectures and 2 round table discussions on Friday 27
    April, a name badge, coffee, tea, water, and snacks during breaks, a
    program of the days activities, and access to the sale of books by
    symposium speakers. And a few other surprises!
    http://www.f295.org/wordpress/?page_id=26

    After February 28 the rates increase as follows:
    Registration March 1 - April 1: $120
    Registration April 1 - April 20: $165
    Late Registration and in-person (April 20 - 27): $200
    Student rate with ID: $70

    For more information on The f295 Symposium on Lensless, Alternative and
    Adaptive Photographic Processes see:
    http://www.f295.org/wordpress

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    just a reminder that there are only 2 days remaining to receive the discounted 'early-bird' registration rate!

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    Reminder: Last week for the $120 registration rate.
    Register here:http://www.f295.org/wordpress/?page_id=64

    Here is some information about the speakers:

    Speakers & Topics Include:

    Jo Babcock: Contemporary Pinhole Photography and its Place in Photographic History
    Jo Babcock"s work has been exhibited internationally, including exhibitions at the Brooklyn Museum, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the Alternative Museum, the Center for the Arts at Yerba Buena Gardens, and the Sao Paulo Bienal. He is the author of The Invented Camera: Low Tech Photography and Sculpture (Freedom Voices Publications, 2005),

    Craig Barber: Photography and Memory
    Craig Barber is represented in several prominent museum and private collections including the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston; the Victoria and Albert Museum, London; the Brooklyn Art Museum; the George Eastman House, Rochester, NY; and Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, Buenos Aires, Argentia, among others. In 2006 Umbrage Editions published his book, "Ghosts in the Landscape: Vietnam Revisited."

    Barbara Ess: Reality, Representation and Lo-Fi Image-Making
    Barbara Ess's work has been the subject of cover stories in Artforum and Art in America magazines. She has had one-woman shows at the High Museum of Art, Atlanta; Curt Marcus Gallery, New York; Faggionato Fine Arts, London; and Fundacion la Caixa, Barcelona, and at galleries in Madrid, Los Angeles, Paris, Antwerp, Cologne, and Washington. Her book, I Am Not This Body (Aperture 2001), was selected as one of the ten top photography books of the year by the Village Voice.

    Alan Greene: Steps Leading to "Primitive Photography"
    Alan Greene has had numerous solo and group exhibitions,and taught photography as an adjunct professor and a leader of workshops. In 1998, he began experimenting with the 1840s-era calotype process and building his own cameras and lenses. This culminated in the 2001 publication of a technical manual, Primitive Photography. He has contributed to the Encyclopedia of 19th Century Photography and the Vocabulaire technique de la photographie.

    Patricia Katchur: Back to Basics: The Renaissance in Alternative and Historic Photographic Processes
    Currently Patricia is the director of the Center for Alternative and Historic Processes (CFAAHP). She is also concentrating on the development of the Ebauche Foundation for the Arts. For the previous 12 years she the driving force behind Sixty Eight Degrees black and white photo lab.

    Terry King, FRPS: Retro-Invention: A Revolution in Gold and Blue
    In 1982 Terry King was awarded the fellowship of the Royal Photographic Society for gum bichromate prints. As a result of the lectures he was giving, he was asked if he would design and run a yearlong workshop on alternative processes. This workshop became the basis of the revival of alternative processes in the UK. The workshops went under the title of "From Wedgwood to Bromoil". A significant proportion of those now practising or teaching alternative processes have now been taught by Terry"s students or their students. In 1997 he started the Alternative Photography International Symposium which developed a pattern of meeting in alternate years in the UK and in Santa Fe in the US.

    Tom Persinger: Introduction: ‘Simple’ Methods in a Complex World
    Tom founded and directs f295 an international organization with more than 1,000 members interested in furthering the dialogue regarding the art of lensless photography and the craft of alternative and adaptive photographic processes. He has exhibited his work internationally and been published in Ag, Afterimage, Black and White Photography (UK), and View Camera.

    Mike Robinson: The Daguerreotype: Past, Present & Perfect
    Mike Robinson is the proprietor of Mike Robinson's Century Darkroom, in Toronto, Canada. His daguerreian art is in the collections of The Portrait Gallery of Canada, The Art Gallery of Ontario, The Hallmark Fine Art Collection in Kansas City, The Snite Museum of Art at Notre Dame University, The George Eastman House International Museum of Photography and in many private collections. His work has also been reproduced in Discover Magazine, Photo Ed, and Art & Antiques
    Magazine. His chapter on albumen printing has been published in Coming into Focus. His research into the working methodology of Southworth & Hawes has been published in the exhibition catalogue, Young America: The Daguerreotypes of Southworth & Hawes.

    Complete information on the website: www.f295.org/wordpress

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    ONLY 4 DAYS REMAIN BEFORE THE START OF THE F295 SYMPOSIUM!

    Because we were so pleased with the registration numbers a few weeks ago we extended the $120 registration rate until today. But today (april 22) IS the last day, tomorrow the rate increases to $165. If you're thinking of attending the f295 Symposium now is the time to register!

    Many of the workshops are now full. Here's what remains (as of Friday April 20)
    -Gum Rex with Terry King (ONE slot remaining!)
    --Primitive Photography: Camera and Lens Making with Alan Greene (ONE
    slot remaining!)
    --Lensless / Alternative Photography Peer Review with Erin Malone
    (space in both the morning and afternoon sesssions)
    --The Pinhole Camera with Tom Persinger (a basic introduction to
    building a pinhole camera and making lensless images)

    We regret to say that late late week we received word from Barbara Ess, citing personal reasons, that she would be unable to fulfill her commitment to attend the symposium. A few phone calls later and we're extremely proud to announce that Laura Blacklow will be coming! We're very excited to welcome Laura to the roster. She is the author of New Dimensions in Photo Processes: A Step by Step Manual for Alternative Techniques now in it's fourth edition, on the faculty of School of the Boston Museum of Fine Arts and recently curated the exhibition at G.A.S.P. entiteld Convergence: PhotoGraphics You can read more about Laura on her website: http://www.lblacklow.com/ WELCOME LAURA!

    Complete Symposium information on the website:
    http://www.f295.org/wordpress

    register online:
    https://www.housing.cmu.edu/conferen...af?ID=LENSLESS

    register by phone (mon-fri)
    Carnegie Mellon University
    Conferences & Event Services
    Phone: 412-268-1125



 

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