The 2015 F295 Symposium!

The 2015 F295 Symposium!

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Pittsburgh PA USA
May 28-31, 2015

We are thrilled to announce that we are now accepting registrations for the 2015 F295 Symposium!

This year we’re pleased to offer two full days (TH 5/28 & F 5/29) of lectures in four sessions, a bigger industry trade fair, the F295 Member’s Salon Exhibition, open portfolio sharing, a private F295 members saturday evening reception, and more! See an overview of the entire event here >>

We’re still working out scheduling and logistics for a few final speakers as well as one last workshop, but everything else is online now!

2015 Speakers & Sessions include

Two Artist/Photographer Creative Sessions
This type of lecture has been the hallmark of the F295 experience since 2007. Photographers & artists talking about their work and the reasons why they’re creating it! This year we’re pleased to feature:

Dan Burkholder
Caleb Charland
Lisa Elmaleh
David Jiménez
Niniane Kelley
Arunas Kulikauskas
Amanda Means
several others will soon be announced!

Inside the Business of Photography session
A new special session that addresses relevant business topics that photographers should be aware

Richard Kelly (Copyright)
Stan Klimek (Fine At Editioning & Printmaking)
Brian Taylor (The gallery directors perspective)
and more!

Industry Experts Educate session
A new special uniquely curated session in which industry experts and sponsored speakers will discuss their relationship and share their knowledge of products of interest to our unique type of image makers.

David Farmerie, Hahnemühle
Robert Toth, Canson Infinity
more soon!

Workshops include (you must be registered for the conference to take a workshop)

Printing in an Alternative Universe, Dan Burkholder
Encaustic for Photographers, Jill Skupin Burkholder
Hands-on, Carbon based Electrophotography, Tom Carpenter
Multi-Color Gum from Black-White Negatives, Brian Taylor

We’re running a very special, low rate for registration until next Friday, March 13. Save a few dollars and register today!

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