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Print and Pint at Lagunitas Community Room
Come to our second ASMP PRINT AND PINT meet-up sponsored by:
Camera Bits, Inc, makers of Photo Mechanic, Pro Photo Supply, and Lagunitas Brewing Co.

September 27, 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm (calendar)

Lagunitas Community Room
237 NE Broadway, Suite 300
Portland, OR 97232

https://www.asmp.org/oregon/event/asmp-print-and-pint-theme-documentary-event/



All working photographers are invited to come and share their workprints with other pros. The theme for this second meet up is DOCUMENTARY/EVENT, and will feature photographer Jan Sonnemair. She’ll be showing 20 slides x 20 seconds and sharing her thoughts on the idea of DOCUMENTARY photography.

What do we mean by DOCUMENTARY/EVENT? We want you to bring 2 WORKPRINTS of images (old or new) that fall inside of: street photography, news gathering, documentary storytelling and event coverage (including concerts, sports, rallies, etc.).

What do we mean by “WORKPRINTS“? These are not precious, matted, framed, bagged or collectible. These are prints you can spill beer on, or trade with other Photographers at the end of the night. They are work-in-progress quality, not fine art.

This is a FREE event if you bring 2 8×10 work prints on the THEME. If you don’t, it’s $10 (hint: bring 2 prints). The event is limited, so RSVP now.

When you register you’ll get a coupon from our generous print sponsor, Pro Photo Supply, to make 2 discounted 8×10 Kodak C-Prints!

Those prints will get you Free beer (21+, 1 per) and Pizza!

Jan Sonnenmair has been a photojournalist for a heck of a long time. She started right out of college traveling the world as a staff photographer for the Dallas Morning News and then eventually moving to Los Angeles where she shot freelance assignments for National Magazines and worked on long term projects. One long term project on a boy born with AIDS won a special award for photo essay from The World Press Foundation. After moving to Portland in 2004 she began using her reportage skills to tell stories for companies, non-profits and institutions. In 2016, she received the Knight Fellowship for Visual Communications and spent a year studying and teaching at Ohio University. Currently she is directing and co-producing a feature length documentary film.

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Charles Purvis, Strange associations

Portland Art Museum Photography Council’s
Brown Bag Lunch Talk Series

Wednesday, September 19th, 2018 (calendar)

Portland Art Museum
The Miller Room, Mark Building
1219 SW Park Avenue, Portland, OR 97205
www.portlandartmuseum.org
503 226 2811
Cost: Free to the public.


This talk is a presentation of work created in the studio. It falls in the category of still life yet is not primarily concerned with the natural depiction of objects or of objects as symbols. The intention is to strip away conventional meaning in favor of form by foregrounding strange associations and by replacing common orientational assumptions with structural innovations determined by the particular characteristics of the 4x5 camera, film, and light. The studio is seen as a liminal space of absolute potentiality. What is to be, must be created. Entering the studio becomes analogous to the experience of going within oneself to explore imagination, creativity and the feeling state.



For many years Charles Purvis worked as a photographer in New York City creating groundbreaking imagery for a wide variety of internationally known clients. In addition to commercial assignments, Charles has created a large body of innovative work inspired by a relentless curiosity and desire to uncover the creative potential of camera, light and film.

The Brown Bag Lecture Talk series is a presentation of the Portland Art Museum’s Photography Council and is generously sponsored by Pro Photo Supply.

About the Photography Council

The Portland Art Museum Photography Council offers its members unique opportunities to learn more about the history of photography with Julia Dolan, Ph.D., the Museum’s Minor White Curator of Photography. Council membership dues support the acquisition of photographs for the permanent collection. The members’ annual print share meeting, private tours with Dr. Dolan, an annual art acquisition meeting, and special invitations to lectures by renowned photographers are just some of the benefits of Council membership.

The Portland Art Museum Photography Council’s Brown Lunch Talk series, conceived in 2009 by Past Council President Jim Leisy as a means of introducing the Portland photography community to the wealth of talent and creative energy in our region, has become one of the Council’s most popular public events. Since its inception, the BBLT has offered over sixty monthly presentations by regional and visiting photographer/artists that are free and open to everyone interested in photographic arts and process.