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Portraiture Master Class with Sandro
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Portraiture Master Class with Sandro
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Location:
Sandro's Studio
2540 West Huron Street
Chicago, IL 60612
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Date/Time:
January 16, 17, 18, 2018
Program: 9:00AM to 6:00PM

Early Bird Special:
ASMP Member $1095
Student with Valid ID $1095
Non-Member $1295

After December 15:
ASMP Member $1250
Student with Valid ID $1250
Non-Member $1450

ASMP Chicago/Midwest and Nikon present Portraiture Master Class with Sandro. Three days of intensive exploration of the world of portrait photography with international award-winning master photographer Sandro. Lunch will be provided all three days.

Topics covered:

  • Engaging with Your Subject
  • Portrait lighting
  • Hands-On Skill Building
  • Marketing and Inspiration

With numerous award-winning campaigns to his credit, Sandro is one of today's foremost photographers. In addition to commercial photography success, throughout his career Sandro has contributed his talents to both community based and national charitable organizations by creating powerful imagery and compelling campaigns to raise awareness and solicit donations.

Most recently, the Lucie Foundation honored Sandro with the International Photographer of the Year Award for his achievements in photography both in 2014 and 2015. For more information, please visit Sandro's website: http://www.sandrofilm.com/.

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Pixels & Pints
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Presented by ASMP New Jersey

Kilkenny House Restaurant & Pub, in their backroom
112 South Ave
Cranford, NJ 07016
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Monday, November 27, 2017
Program: 7:00PM to 9:00PM

At the door:
ASMP Member Free
Non-Member Free

Please join us for Pixels & Pints. Our presenters this month will be Michelle Tomasso showing Northern California images and alternative printing techniques, Tom Judd showing black and whites, old-time re-enactors, from colonial to civil war times, and Frank Villafane & Rose Rios showing their collaborative photo work in Cuba.

Pixels & Pints (P&P), is social in nature, an opportunity to meet fellow photographers of all types and abilities. It's a totally open forum, open to anyone interested in photography. You don't have to be an ASMP member to attend or show your work. Each month photographers show their work and provide a narrative, if they wish; ending with a Q&A about the work. ASMP-NJ provides a projector, screen and if needed, a computer for all presentations.

Want to show your work at an upcoming P&P? Please contact: Bill Blanchard, Email or 732-651-9800

Hope to see you at P&P and please feel free to bring a friend!

Thank you,

ASMP NJ

 
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SEO Essentials: Helping Potential Customers Find Your Business Online
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SEO Essentials: Helping Potential Customers Find Your Business Online
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Presented by ASMP South Carolina

Trident Technical College
7000 Rivers Ave., 970 Bldg., Rm.106
North Charleston, SC 29406
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Friday, December 1, 2017
Social Hour: 9:00AM
Program: 10:00AM to 12:00PM

Pre-registration:
ASMP Member Free
Non-Member $35.00
Student with valid ID Free
At the door:
ASMP Member Free
Non-Member $50.00
Student with valid ID Free

Blake Discher will help you learn how you can implement both on-page and off-page Search Engine Optimization (SEO) techniques to boost your sites ranking in the leading search engines. He'll cover a wide range of topics including correct page title tags, how to create an effective and optimized META description tag, keyword research, and how to integrate search keyword phrases into your websites copy. You'll learn back-linking methodology through the efficient use of your blog, what search engines consider to be spam, and SEO terminology so that you can do most of the work yourself.

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TALKING PICTURES: A Conversation at The Met with Curator Mia Fineman and Artists
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Presented by ASMP New York

FOR ACCESS TO BOTH THE MET & THE EVENT:
Enter through the Ruth and
Harold D. Uris Center for Education
at the Metropolitan Museum of Art
LOWER ENTRANCE
1000 Fifth Avenue at 81st Street
New York, NY 10028
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Saturday, December 2, 2017
View Exhibit: 11:00AM
Program: 12:00PM to 2:00PM

Pre-registration:
ASMP Member $5.00
Student with valid ID $5.00
General Admission $10.00

TALKING PICTURES:
A Conversation at The Met with Curator Mia Fineman and
Artists, Manjari Sharma & Irina Rozovsky

Join us for an afternoon of exploring the creative confluence that is represented within the Metropolitan Museum of Arts show, Talking Pictures: Camera-Phone Conversations Between Artists. Taking a sample section of the 12 pairs of commissioned artists which make up this exhibit, we will look specifically at the pairing of Manjari Sharma and Irina Rozovsky and their photographic dialogue.

Leading the conversation will be Mia Fineman, the curator of the show. In her quest for the frontline edges of photographic communication, Ms. Fineman's intrigue about the camera phones impact on photography inspired her to have The Met take a leap of faith into the lesser known terrain of such a commissioned exhibit -- where the end result was a total unknown.

Each of the three presenters will have an opportunity to share their part of this collective experience as we gain an understanding of the creative context for each of their contributions to the show. We will then move into an active conversation about their mutual collaboration. Please join us for this exploration of meaning, photographic language, personal expression, cultural immediacy, and beyond.

(PLEASE NOTE: Your admission for the event also covers access to The Met. We invite you to come early to see the Talking Pictures exhibit before the event as well as stay afterwards to observe it again or explore other treasures The Met has to offer.)

Excerpt from the NY Times review of Talking Pictures,
highlighting Manjari Sharma & Irina Rozovsky:

"Some of the best conversations are carefully structured from the start. Most classically cameracentric is that between the photographers Manjari Sharma and her invitee, Irina Rozovsky... Their collaboration has an unusual poetic and visual logic and a diptychlike orderliness. Also an unexpected depth: Both artists were pregnant, their babies due three weeks apart. They record their swelling bellies and, toward the end, we see Ms. Sharmas placenta. Ms. Rozovskys final comment shows two orbs a giant close-up of her right eye nearly touching the head of her sleeping infant -- and has an intensity worthy of Odilon Redon or Philip Guston. Ms. Sharma counters with gritty reality: We see her in the delivery room, cradling her newborn, weeping."

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SPEAKER BIOS

Mia Fineman is Associate Curator in the Department of Photographs at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Since joining The Met in 1997, she has organized numerous exhibitions, including On Photography: A Tribute to Susan Sontag (2006), Faking It: Manipulated Photography before Photoshop (2012), and most recently Talking Pictures: Camera-Phone Conversations Between Artists (2017) and Modernism on the Ganges: Raghubir Singh Photographs (2017). She has published essays on artists including Walker Evans, Richard Avedon, and Gabriel Orozco, and has written on art and culture for the New York Times, Slate, and McSweeneys.



Chapter Event Manjari Sharma (Indian, born 1979) is photo based artist based in Brooklyn, New York. Through her work Manjari addresses issues of identity, multiculturalism, and personal mythology. Prior to her newest works being on display in Talking Pictures, currently at The Met, Manjari's recent series Darshan, a photographic reimagining of Hindu deities, has garnered her wide critical acclaim and is currently on view at the Kunstmuseum Moritzburg Halle (Saale), Germany. Darshan is slated to travel to various museums and venues until 2020. Manjari has been recognized, awarded and published for her talent worldwide. Selected press on Manjari's work includes New York Times, Forbes, CNN, Los Angeles Times, Wired, NPR, Time, and The Times of India to name a few. The School of Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, The Rubin Museum of Art, Asia Society, Mass Art and The School of Visual Arts are amongst a few places that Manjari has been invited to guest lecture and critique. Manjari is represented in New York City by ClampArt gallery and Richard Levy Gallery based in New Mexico. See more on Manjari Sharma



Chapter Event Irina Rozovsky was born in Moscow and grew up in the US. Her photography has been exhibited and published internationally, including solo shows at the Southeast Museum of Photography, Breda International Photography Festival, Noorderlicht Photo Festival, and others. Her first monograph One to Nothing was published in 2011 and her second monograph Island in my Mind, winner of Kassel Photobook Festivals Dummy Award, was published in 2015. She has been commissioned to photograph for The New Yorker, New York Times Magazine, Fader, Time, and Le Monde. Irina is Assistant Professor of Photography at Massachusetts College of Art and Design. See more on Irina Rozovsky


We want to thank our generous friends at The Met
for their key part in making this program possible!


 
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ASMP New York, Winter Partry
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ASMP New York, Winter Partry
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Presented by ASMP New York

Aperture Foundation
547 West 27th Street, 4th Floor
New York, NY 10001
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Wednesday, December 6, 2017
Program: 6:30PM to 9:30PM

Pre-registration:
ASMP Member Free

Celebrate the season with other members at our ASMP New York Winter Party. Connect with VIP friends of the Chapter who you may have met at our reviews, panel discussions or other events. Make new friends, reflect on the year gone by, enjoy good refreshments and get into the spirit of the season!

 
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Member Spotlight with Jet Lowe
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Member Spotlight with Jet Lowe
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Presented by ASMP Baltimore

Matt Roth's Studio 3rd Floor
3500 Parkdale Ave
Baltimore, MD 21211
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Tuesday, December 12, 2017
Program: 6:30PM to 8:15PM

Pre-registration:
ASMP Member Free
Non-Member Free
Student with valid ID Free

Come and mingle with us before the holiday break. We will have food, drink, and Jet Lowe presenting his work!

Jet Lowe is an architectural photographer specializing in historic architecture and engineering. His large format (mostly 5x7) images of American engineering, architecture and landscapes comprise a large percentage of the photographic collections of the Historic American Engineering Record, Historic American Buildings Survey, and Historic American Landscapes surveys housed in the Prints and Photographs division of the Library of Congress. Retiring after 35 years with the National Park Service in 2013, Jet in recent years has been exploring the built environments and landscapes of France, Italy, and India. He is interested in recording structures of world heritage significance as well as accepting commissions from architects, engineers, and preservationists working in the private sector as well as government. Check out more of Jet's work.

 
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