F295 Beyond Technique at the B&H Photo Event Space
New York City, NY USA
Sunday January 18, 11am-3pm
After a three year hiatus F295 returns to the terrific New York City B&H Photo Event Space for a free seminar! Please join us for a terrific half day program that will discuss photography, its practice today, and the many ways in which images are being created. This thought provoking program follows almost a year to the day of the release of Tom Persinger’s well received book Photography Beyond Technique. Speakers include Tom Persinger, Dan Estabrook, Jerry Spagnoli, and a couple of soon to be announced guests!
This event always fills to capacity quickly. Advanced registration is free, but required. Register today! >>
The 7th F295 Symposium!
Pittsburgh, PA USA
May 28-31, 2015
This May F295 is pleased to present the 7th F295 Symposium! For the past 8 years F295 has featured many of the most prominent voices of the genre in over 100 lectures, dozens of hands-on workshops, and multiple exhibitions.
This year we’re pleased to again be partnering with the University of Pittsburgh and Pittsburgh Filmmakers on the events presentation. There are lots of exciting things planned including an additional full day of lectures for 2 full days of talks! We will soon have the new event website up and running — mark your calendars! You will not want to miss this years gathering of portfolio sharing, trade fair, exhibitions, lectures, mingling, networking, and more!
The conference hotel is already taking reservations. We’re again working with the Wyndham Pittsburgh University Center! The special group rate is $136 + taxes for 1-4 people and free parking! Call Lauren Cahill at 412-682-6259 and mention F295 to reserve or do it online and use block code: 05276841F2
Image is from “Captain” Ed Bateman’s terrific 2014 lecture discussing his fabulous Mechanical Brides of the Uncanny and related work!
Symposium Call for Papers
Deadline: January 31, 2015
We’re excited to be accepting proposals for 20 minute presentations at this years Symposium. Papers should be 500-1,000 words and discuss your work, why you create it, and the thoughts and ideas you’re working to convey. Please include along with the description a CV, contact information, and at least 5 (lo-resolution: 72dpi @800px long) images. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
*Image is “Captain” Ed Bateman presenting his thoughts and ideas at the 2014 F295 Symposium.