Celebrating Photography – PhotoTapas Events at Art Intersection
Join us for a day of PhotoTapas where we celebrate the art of photography.
The schedule includes lectures and demos about Ambrotypes, 3D printed pinhole camera, photobook lecture by Rebecca Senf, gallery talk and book signing with Dan Budnik, Claire A. Warden takes Ambrotype portraits, gallery talk by Kristin Bedford, and print sharing in Gallery 4.
You will be treated to a Spanish tapas style lunch from Tapas Papa Frita.
- 9 – 9:30am
- Registration and meet and greet with coffee, tea, and pastries
- 9:40 – 9:50am
- Introduction and welcome in the Classroom
- 10 – 10:50am
- Ambrotype demo by artist Claire A. Warden in the Classroom
- 11 – 11:50am
- Hugh Littlebury will demonstrate the construction of a pinhole camera using a 3D printer and free designs from the web
- 12 – 1:20pm
- Spanish tapas style lunch catered by Tapas Papa Frita
- Pop-up store on the Balcony
- 12 – 2:20pm
- Ambrotype portraits by Claire Warden in Classroom Studio. There is an additional cost of $60 for a 4×5 ambrotype portrait
- 1:30 – 2:20pm
- Gallery 4 is showing “March to the Freedom Dream”, and Dan Budnik will give a gallery talk about this work and his new book on the three seminal civil rights marches
- 2:30 – 3:20pm
- Learn more about photobooks in this lecture by Rebecca Senf from the Center for Creative Photography and the Norton Family Gallery
- 3:30 – 4:20pm
- Discover more about Kristin Bedford’s works in the “Home Bound” exhibition during her gallery talk “Photographing the Divine: Making Work Inside a Religious Sect” in the South Gallery
- 4:30 – 6pm
- Every participant in this day-long event may bring their work for a portfolio sharing in Gallery 4
- Dan Budnik will be in Gallery 4 to sign his book and for more discussion of his work
Here is a link to the last PhotoTapas at Art Intersection.
Traditional Spanish tapas are small plates of delectable, savory edibles shared along with lively conversation among friends and colleagues in a casual, convivial setting. The idea behind PhotoTapas is to create a similar environment with photography as the focal point. Just as those who sample a variety of traditional tapas often discover intriguing and piquant pleasures for the palate, participants in PhotoTapas have the opportunity to come together and explore the rich artistic “flavors” of our Arizona photographic community.
Art Intersection along with a number of other organizations is having events during the month of February to celebrate the art of photography. Here are other PhotoTapas venues.