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Lomographers all over the world are hosting fantastic happenings almost every day - from photowalks, to meetups, workshops, exhibitions and more. Scroll through our global calendar for upcoming events and join us! Think we should know about an amazing event in your area not already listed? Send us the details through this form or through email to and we will add it here!

Ongoing Events

  • Fine Bright Day

    2022-09-21 – 2023-02-15 · United States
    Fine Bright Day

    ALICE AUSTEN (1866 –1942) was one of America’s earliest and most prolific female photographers. This exhibition examines the range of Austen’s photography and specifically inserts her into a contemporary context as the modern woman she was. 22 newly printed photographs are paired, and accompanied by interpretive text by leading scholars, artists and activists from the LGBTQ+ and allied community.

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  • Close Enough: New Perspectives from 12 Women Photographers of Magnum

    2022-09-30 – 2023-01-09 · United States
    Close Enough: New Perspectives from 12 Women Photographers of Magnum

    Close Enough: New Perspectives from 12 Women Photographers of Magnum presents pivotal projects in the careers of 12 contemporary women photographers of Magnum Photos, the pioneering photography collective. Each of the photographers narrates their creative journey, providing vantage points into the extraordinary relationships they create within global situations, communities, and individual subjects.

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  • Death in the Making: Reexamining the Iconic Spanish Civil War Photobook

    2022-09-30 – 2023-01-09 · United States
    Death in the Making: Reexamining the Iconic Spanish Civil War Photobook

    Death in the Making: Reexamining the Iconic Spanish Civil War Photobook brings together nearly 75 original photographs and related ephemera to tell the story of Robert Capa’s iconic 1938 photobook about the Spanish Civil War. In addition to work by Capa, the exhibition presents new insights into the contributions of Polish American photojournalist David “Chim” Seymour and German photojournalist Gerda Taro.

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  • Presence: The Photography Collection of Judy Glickman Lauder

    2022-09-30 – 2023-01-15 · United States
    Presence: The Photography Collection of Judy Glickman Lauder

    With approximately 150 photographs by 70 artists, the exhibition is drawn entirely from the collection of Judy Glickman Lauder – photographer, collector, humanitarian, advocate, philanthropist, and community builder. Presence creates a dialogue among an incredible array of photographs by some of the most beloved and influential practitioners of the 20th century, including Berenice Abbott, Diane Arbus, Richard Avedon, Danny Lyon, Sally Mann, Gordon Parks, and James Van Der Zee.

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  • Craft and Camera: The Art of Nancy Ford Cones

    2022-10-01 – 2023-01-15 · United States
    Craft and Camera: The Art of Nancy Ford Cones

    On a small riverside farm in Loveland, Ohio, Nancy Ford Cones created photographs that earned her a national reputation during a time when female artists continued to struggle for recognition. Despite the praise they received during her lifetime, Cones’ imaginative and exquisitely crafted works were largely forgotten after her death. This exhibition resurrects the gifted artist’s career and contributions to the field of photography.

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  • Modern Women | Modern Vision

    2022-10-02 – 2022-12-31 · United States
    Modern Women | Modern Vision

    Histories of photography long ignored or underrepresented women’s contributions to the medium’s development as both fine and applied art. In truth, women embraced photography from its introduction in 1839. This exhibition presents more than one hundred images made between 1905 and 2015. Cindy Sherman, Imogen Cunningham, Carrie Mae Weems, Dorothea Lange, Diane Arbus, Bernice Abbott, Tomoko Sawada, Ruth Orkin, Barbara Kruger, and other photographers are included.

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  • Leah Frances: Things Were Never Normal

    2022-10-24 – 2023-01-22 · United States
    Leah Frances: Things Were Never Normal

    Leah Frances is a photographer born in Alert Bay, Canada, now based in Easton, Pennsylvania. Her work has been featured in The New York Times Magazine, The New York Times, T Magazine, Lenscratch, the Carnegie Museum of Art’s online journal, Storyboard, and more and has been exhibited nationally and internationally. Frances holds an MFA from The Tyler School of Art and Architecture in Philadelphia. Her second book of photography, Lunch Poems, will be released in fall 2022.

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  • William Eggleston: The Outlands

    2022-11-10 – 2022-12-17 · United States
    William Eggleston: The Outlands

    David Zwirner is pleased to present The Outlands, a selection of photographs by William Eggleston, the majority of which have never before been seen publicly, on view at the gallery’s 525 and 533 West 19th Street locations. The exhibition opens in advance of a major survey of Eggleston’s work, featuring several of the photographs from The Outlands, that will debut in January 2023 at C/O Berlin before traveling to Fundación MAPFRE, Barcelona, and Fundación MAPFRE, Madrid.

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  • FotoMoto22: Home

    2022-11-19 – 2022-12-09 · Philippines
    FotoMoto22: Home

    FotomotoPH is pleased to present “Fotomoto22: Home” at Parola: UP Fine Arts Gallery, with an opening reception on November 19, 2022 Saturday. The theme of the exhibition is HOME: for some, it’s a sense of place, a dwelling. For others, it’s as abstract as a feeling, a relationship, or a ritual.

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  • 30 Reasons For Analogue

    2022-11-23 – 2022-12-31
    30 Reasons For Analogue

    It’s our 30th Anniversary and to kick off our celebrations, we want you to tell us why do YOU shoot film? Enter our 30 Reasons For Analogue big survey and share it with all your friends!

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  • 30 Years of Lomography

    2022-11-23 – 2023-11-23
    30 Years of Lomography

    In November 1992, the Lomography story began in the grand-old city of Vienna, Austria. We’re now 30 years old and are proud to be an eccentric, free, enthusiastic, creative, experimental, social, wonderful Lomography Community, uniting millions of analogue admirers from around the world who are keen to help us keep film photography alive. Get ready for a full year of birthday celebrations, the experimentation must go on!

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  • The Spirit of Revue Noire: A Founding Collection

    2022-11-25 – 2023-03-31 · Madagascar
    The Spirit of Revue Noire: A Founding Collection

    HAKANTO CONTEMPORARY, Antananarivo, Madagascar is pleased to present The Spirit of Revue Noire: A Founding Collection, a survey of works from the collection of African publication RevueNoire. Running from November 25, 2022, to March 31, 2023, the exhibition features over 140 photographs by nearly 30 international photographers, bringing the important international collection to Madagascan audiences for the first time. Revisiting the quarterly publication, it reflects on Revue Noire’s inspirational and influential vision. The exhibition highlights the vital role that photography plays in deciphering and accentuating the diversity of contemporary practices across the continent.

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  • Martha Rosler: changing the subject…in the company of others

    2022-12-08 – 2023-01-21 · United States
    Martha Rosler: changing the subject…in the company of others

    This winter, Mitchell-Innes & Nash will present an exhibition of feminist art by Martha Rosler centered on her work from the 1960s and 70s. martha rosler: changing the subject… in the company of others, on view from December 8, 2022, through January 21, 2023, will present photomontages, videos, and sculpture that deepen the understanding of Rosler’s feminist landscape – one that feels increasingly relevant today. It is the artist’s first solo show in New York since her exhibition Irrespective at the Jewish Museum (2018).

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Upcoming Events

  • Liquid Emulsion Workshop with Brittonie Fletcher & Penumbra Foundation

    2022-12-10 – 2022-12-11 · United States
    Liquid Emulsion Workshop with Brittonie Fletcher & Penumbra Foundation

    This two-day workshop will introduce you to the magic (and basics) of hand-applied silver gelatin printing taught for all levels of experience. With tutor demonstrations and hands-on practice, you will review and make different pieces with hand-applied liquid emulsion.

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  • Fiona Annis Artist Talk

    2022-12-14 · United States
    Fiona Annis Artist Talk

    Join the Penumbra Artist Series and meet Fiona Annis in an intimate setting to discuss her work and process. Fiona is a Canadian artist whose work explores the enigmatic nature of photography. Her practice is not limited to a single technology, method, or subject, but investigates the fundamental elements of photography, such as light, paper, chemistry, and time. With a sustained engagement with analogue materials and processes, Fiona integrates this historic knowledge with a deeply contemporary approach. Hers is an artistic path that evokes both the legacy of the past and the promise of a future.

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  • Ziatype with Anne Eder

    2023-01-21 – 2023-01-22 · United States
    Ziatype with Anne Eder

    Ziatype is a variation on the traditional palladium process that offers advantages in ease of use, flexibility in tone and contrast, and potential for experimentation. This printing out process requires no chemical developer and exposure can be assessed during development, eliminating waste of expensive palladium due to over and under exposure. Contrast and color are controlled by altering drop count ratios of the chemistry used in the sensitized coating. The resulting images are extremely stable and the possibilities for variation are virtually unlimited. On the first day of the workshop, students will begin by learning how to generate a digital negative best suited for Ziatype printing and produce first prints. On day two, students will continue to practice and start to explore how adjusting the sensitizer affects the tone and contrast of the print.

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  • Film Photography Day

    Film Photography Day

    In 2013, we celebrated the first Film Photography Day. Since then, we’ve made it a yearly habit to honor the creativity and the passion of analogue photography-lovers around the world through exciting workshops, fun parties, and buzz-worthy photo exhibits! Let the good times roll and stay tuned for an event near you!

  • World Pinhole Photography Day

    World Pinhole Photography Day

    Slow down and celebrate the art of pinhole photography. Whether you are shooting with special gear or a homemade one from a matchbox, can, or even an egg, challenge your imagination and show what a humble pinhole camera is capable of!

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  • World Photography Day

    World Photography Day

    An annual, worldwide event that honors the art, craft, science, and history of photography. Share your best photographs with #World Photography Day! This celebration originated from the invention of the daguerreotype process developed by Frenchmen Louis Daguerre and Joseph Nicephore Niepce in 1837. On August 19, 1839, the patent for this groundbreaking invention was purchased by the French government and declared as a “gift free to the world.”

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Past Events

  • Carioca Analog Photo Festival in Rio de Janeiro

    2022-12-03 – 2022-12-04 · Brazil
    Carioca Analog Photo Festival in Rio de Janeiro

    The first Carioca Festival of Analog Photography will be a big celebration and support of analog photography, with an exhibition of works from collective members, lectures, workshops, presentations, and equipment and services related to the world of analog photography. Most activities will be free and open to the public, while respecting the capacity of the spaces used. Workshops will have limited spaces and will be free.

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  • LomoWalk with Arcanes Labo Photo in Montpellier

    2022-12-03 · France
    LomoWalk with Arcanes Labo Photo in Montpellier

    Lomography and Arcanes Labo Photo will organize a LomoWalk with the LomoChrome Metropolis film hosted by Fanny @poesieboheme on December 3. This photo walk will start from the jardin des plantes of Montpellier, will cross the lanes of the Ecusson, to finally end at the store of our retailer. You will get a film, processing/scanning and two 20×30 cm prints. The number of participants is limited, don’t wait to register! Photo by Fanny (@poesieboheme).

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  • Fotografia Zeropixel 2022

    2022-11-17 – 2022-11-27 · Italy
    Fotografia Zeropixel 2022

    Sixty-five photographers, over one hundred images on display, and no less than 12 events. These are the numbers of the ninth edition of Fotografia Zeropixel, a festival dedicated to analogue photography scheduled in Trieste from 17 November to 27 November 2022.

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    2022-11-20 · United States

    Join us for "Introduction to Analog Photography: A Beginner’s Workshop" happening Sunday, 11/20 in Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn facilitated by Brooklyn photographers, Chris Cooke and Jordan Mateos. This 3-hour workshop is hosted by 9tofive Studios and sponsored by Lomography and pink folder film house.

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  • Analog Sport Festival #2 – Sport film photography

    2022-11-10 – 2022-11-20 · France
    Analog Sport Festival #2 – Sport film photography

    Analog Sport is back for the second edition of its festival dedicated to analogue sport photography! ​In parallel to Paris Photo, discover sports with fresh eyes two years before the Paris 2024 Games. During 10 days, the talents and future talents of sports photography will exhibit their photos at the Espace Voltaire, a 300m² gallery in the heart of Paris.

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  • Lomography x Etéreo: LomoWalk Madrid

    2022-11-19 · Spain
    Lomography x Etéreo: LomoWalk Madrid

    Join us for a very special walk in collaboration with the Spanish analogue photo zine Etéreo.

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  • Lomography x Salerno Analogica: LomoWalk Salerno

    2022-11-19 · Italy
    Lomography x Salerno Analogica: LomoWalk Salerno

    A new LomoWalk in the name of our love for analogue photography: this time, together with the Salerno Analogica collective, we are going to discover Salerno!

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  • The Bridge 2022 Final Show

    2022-11-19 · United States
    The Bridge 2022 Final Show

    Over four months, the young (18-26 years old) artists of The Bridge at BKC have been grinding through questions of communication, creative point of view, and career sustainability. This is, for some, the first of many exhibitions and showcases of work as students become working professionals, artists and creators. For others, it’s a stage to share their voice, as it stands today, and to consider this moment as we hurtle to the next. A step on the way to whatever their future may hold.

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  • Resistance for Freedom

    2022-10-20 – 2022-11-17 · United States
    Resistance for Freedom

    En Foco is proud to announce the upcoming community exhibition, Resistance for Freedom, hosted in collaboration with the Hamilton Landmark Galleries and the National Conference of Artists, and curated by Kay Hickman. Resistance for Freedom features the works of Chris Cook, Jeremy Dennis, Francely Flores, and Lawrence Sumulong. In this exhibition, we broaden the conversation and see that the act of simply existing can be a form of activism while honoring the images made during public actions, protests and other forms of active resistance.

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  • Tine Guns Artist Talk

    2022-11-16 · United States
    Tine Guns Artist Talk

    Join the Penumbra Artist Series and meet Tine Guns in an intimate setting to discuss her work and process. Tine Guns (b. 1983) lives and works in Ghent, Belgium. She is working on her PhD, entitled The Photobook as a Visual Page-Turner: A pre-and post-cinematographic montage story (LUCA), and participates in Bioscopic Books: Artist’s books as seen through the cinema eye (LUCA). She has exhibited in Cinematek/BOZAR Brussels, Netwerk Aalst and Casino Luxembourg. Her films were screened at festivals like Jean Rouch Festival in Paris and biennials like Ostrale in Dresden.

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  • Beach Lovers Week at SohoPhoto Gallery

    2022-11-08 – 2022-11-14 · United States
    Beach Lovers Week at SohoPhoto Gallery

    Erica Reade is thrilled to announce that she will be hosting a week of Beach Lovers events at Soho Photo Gallery in Tribeca as a final celebration of her book. Join her on Thursday November 10th, from 6-9PM for the opening reception. The show will feature images from the eight years of this series. She will also be holding a panel discussion and workshop that weekend, as well as gallery hours all week.

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  • Baldwin Lee – Howard Greenberg Gallery

    2022-09-22 – 2022-11-12 · United States
    Baldwin Lee – Howard Greenberg Gallery

    In 1983, the photographer Baldwin Lee left his home in Knoxville, Tennessee, and set off on a road trip through the American South. He did not know what his subject would be, but during the trip, he found himself drawn to photographing Black Americans at home, at work and at play, in the street and amid nature. Over the next seven years, he made numerous road trips to the South to continue his work. He returned with images so poignant and piercing, the Museum of Modern Art in New York acquired his photographs. Nearly 40 years after Lee’s initial 2,000-mile road trip, the first solo exhibition of his work in New York will be on view at Howard Greenberg Gallery from September 22 through November 12, 2022. The exhibition Baldwin Lee coincides with the publication of a new monograph of his work by Hunters Point Press in New York in September.

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  • Istituto Italiano di Fotografia and Milano PHOTOFESTIVAL Present: “Immagini, oltre i confini”

    2022-09-21 – 2022-11-09 · Italy
    Istituto Italiano di Fotografia and Milano PHOTOFESTIVAL Present: “Immagini, oltre i confini”

    Istituto Italiano di Fotografia is joining the 17th edition of the Milano PHOTOFESTIVAL with a rich program of monographic and group exhibitions.

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  • Making A Pinhole Camera – Teen Workshop with Sam Dole & Penumbra Foundation

    2022-11-05 · United States
    Making A Pinhole Camera – Teen Workshop with Sam Dole & Penumbra Foundation

    In this one-day workshop, students will build their own pinhole cameras using coffee cans, black tape, construction paper, and tinfoil. Then, with the supervision of the instructor, the class will go on a photo walk and expose images onto direct positive photo paper using their pinhole cameras. The students will come back to Penumbra’s darkroom to process and review their photographs. No previous experience is required for this workshop. Teens of all ages are eligible to sign up and participate in this fun day of image-making!

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  • Lomography Annual Photography Awards: the TEN AND ONE 2022

    2022-04-01 – 2022-10-31
    Lomography Annual Photography Awards: the TEN AND ONE 2022

    Through 10 unchanging categories and one special topic which reflects contemporary global issues, we want to see the world through your own perspectives and understand what each of these topics mean to you. Completely free to enter and open to anyone worldwide, our competitions will challenge you to push the boundaries and set foot in visual terra incognita! Photo by schpleep.

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  • Fotowalk Film Swap (Amp Puttipong, Lomography Thailand & Fotoclub BKK)

    2022-08-06 – 2022-10-28 · Thailand
    Fotowalk Film Swap (Amp Puttipong, Lomography Thailand & Fotoclub BKK)

    First solo exhibition of Amp Puttipong at Fotoclub BKK during 6–28 August, fotowalk & competition Film Swap project.

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  • Albumen Printing with Morgan Post

    2022-10-22 – 2022-10-23 · United States
    Albumen Printing with Morgan Post

    In 1850, Frenchman, Louis-Desiré Blanquart-Evrard (1802-1872), invented the albumen print. This process involved immersing a sheet of paper in an egg and salt wash, brushing the paper with silver nitrate for light sensitivity, and exposing the coated paper to sunlight for minutes or even hours. The paper was then toned to produce a developed image with a warm brown cast and yellow and cream highlights. The warm brownish hue, a result of the egg emulsion, is a distinguishing earmark of an albumen print. In this workshop, students will learn the Albumen process using these same techniques. Students will learn how to mix chemistry for Albumen, coat paper, sensitize paper, and how to tone prints. The class will have the advantage of using UV lights for faster exposures as well as digital negatives for contact printing.

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  • NYC Film Photo Gathering

    2022-10-22 – 2022-10-23 · United States
    NYC Film Photo Gathering

    NYC Film Lab is hosting the 2022 Film Photo Gathering in collaboration with Lomography and Brooklyn Film Camera! On Sunday in Prospect Park we will be offering a first glimpse at the new LomoApparat – participants will be able to get their hands on some first units to test it out. Many more activities and workshops planned!

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  • Call for Entry: Be a Part of Art Basel Miami Week 2022

    2022-10-22 · United States
    Call for Entry: Be a Part of Art Basel Miami Week 2022

    Analogue Film Photography Association invites you to join Art Basel Miami Week 2022! The exhibition is open to all photographers worldwide, both amateur and professional. The deadline for submission is on 22 October 2022.

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  • Susan Lipper Artist Talk

    2022-10-19 · United States
    Susan Lipper Artist Talk

    Join the Penumbra Artist Series and meet Susan Lipper in an intimate setting to discuss her work and process. Susan Lipper has published her work in the trilogy of books comprised of Grapevine (1994), trip (1999), and Domesticated Land (2018). She is recipient of a National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship, New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship, and Guggenheim Fellowship.

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  • Gowanus Open Studios Returns!

    2022-10-15 – 2022-10-16 · United States
    Gowanus Open Studios Returns!

    This fall, more than 300 artists, businesses, and venues in Gowanus will open their doors, giving the public a rare glimpse inside the studio buildings and former factories and warehouses of this vibrant neighborhood. Artists will be on hand to discuss their work and showcase their latest projects; this event also offers the unique opportunity to purchase work directly from artists.

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  • Chris Cook: What Has Always Mattered

    2022-09-14 – 2022-10-15 · United States
    Chris Cook: What Has Always Mattered

    The Black Lives Matter Photographs With Selections from the Kenkeleba Collection. Curator: Carl Hezlewood. We have highlighted the work of Brooklyn-born-and-raised artist Chris Cook in our magazine several times and are thrilled to see his work coming together in a book as well as art shows now.

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  • Madres Terra: Book Launch

    2022-10-12 · United States
    Madres Terra: Book Launch

    Join the BDC for a book launch with anthropologist Sebastián Ramírez, co-author of a new book Madres Terra, published by RAYA Editorial. The book’s editor and publisher, Santiago Escobar-Jaramillo, will moderate. Over the last seven years Carlos Saavedra, photographer, and Sebastián Ramírez, anthropologist, have worked with the Mothers of the False Positives of Soacha and Bogotá (MAFAPO) to memorialize the victims of the extrajudicial killings perpetrated by the Colombian army.

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  • Un paese, Montalto – A Photographic Storytelling Workshop by Francesca Tilio

    2022-10-07 – 2022-10-10 · Italy
    Un paese, Montalto – A Photographic Storytelling Workshop by Francesca Tilio

    A photographic storytelling workshop for Montalto young people aged 15 to 20 years old by Francesca Tilio: 20 Lomography film cameras and one story to tell.

  • Chrome with Anne Eder

    2022-10-08 – 2022-10-09 · United States
    Chrome with Anne Eder

    This workshop investigates two different “silvering out” processes. Both are capable of manipulating the silver content in photographic prints to render it as metallic silver, resulting in a high-shine, mirror-like finish. Students can bring old silver gelatin prints, black and white negatives and/or digital files that can be made into digital negatives in class. Come ready to experiment and take your time with these processes, you will be rewarded by your results!

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