[ad_1] NEWS | CHARACTERISTICS | PREVIEWS | EVENTS originally published: 03/08/2022 (TRENTON, NJ) — “Third Thursdays,” the series of free and popular monthly photography presentations and artist talks at Mercer County Community College’s (MCCC) James Kerney Campus (JKC) Gallery at 137 North Broad Street in Trenton, will take place onRead More →

[ad_1] POCATELLO – Something that started as a passionate project for a local couple is now a brick and mortar store inside Station Square on South Main Street in Pocatello. Casey and Marisa Etheredge opened Ether’s Edge in mid-November, and the business has already been a hit with downtown shoppers.Read More →

[ad_1] Almost two decades after the publication of his first poem, Karl Kempton, an Oceano resident, envisioned a new way for Central Coast residents to enjoy poetry, without necessarily having to open a single book or interrupt. an intimate live reading. “In 1983, I thought that the region could andRead More →

[ad_1] Global 3D Product Photography Solutions Market research includes market forecast information such as market revenue, manufacturer size, production and consumption ratios, as well as CAGR value. The research examines the most important variables influencing the market such as market growth, development status, and other industry-specific challenges. The 3D productRead More →

[ad_1] Few rock ‘n’ roll stars have understood the symbiotic relationship between music and image better than David Bowie and, in photographer Mick Rock, Bowie has found the perfect creative partner. Commissioned to do a photojournalism article by the London office of Rolling Stone magazine, Rock went to a BowieRead More →

[ad_1] Update of Chamber members (Boca Raton, Florida) Nearly 50 clients, VIPs, friends and family recently gathered for a reception and ribbon cutting at Boca Chamber to celebrate the opening of the Warner-Prokos Photography Studio, now located at 751 Park of Commerce Drive in Boca Raton. Award-winning master photographer, LuAnnRead More →

[ad_1] If a picture is worth a thousand words, then the latest collection of photographs to arrive at Lafayette College art galleries has a lot to say. Bennett J. Goodman ’79 recently provided the college with an extensive collection of period photos capturing significant moments in civil rights history. ContainingRead More →

[ad_1] The International Photography Hall of Fame and Museum not only honors seven highly respected talented photographers, but features some of their work in an exhibition until February 11, 2022. The Hall of Fame recognized Pete Souza, Dawoud Bey, Philip-Lorca diCorcia, Larry Burrows, David Douglas Duncan, Sally Mann and JoyceRead More →

[ad_1] It was a chilly Sunday afternoon when I first made my way to the soccer field at the Reinaldo Salgado playground, but the sun was shining bright, its light bouncing off the photographs which now hang inside. the gate along the field. It was my first time there, butRead More →

[ad_1] Stephen Barlow Jareckie, 92, of Holden, Mass., Left friends and family when he passed away on Saturday, September 25, 2021. His career began in the 1950s at the Munson-Williams-Proctor Art Institute in Utica, NY After completing his graduate studies at Syracuse University, he became Registrar at the Worcester ArtRead More →

[ad_1] Peter Bunnell, professor emeritus of the history of photography and modern art David Hunter McAlpin and professor of art and archeology emeritus, died at his home in Princeton on September 20 after a long illness. He was 83 years old. Judy Dater (American, born 1941), Peter Bunnell, 1977. GelatinRead More →

[ad_1] gHello. Protesters in Melbourne were warned to stay away today after a second day of violent clashes between police and construction workers rallying against the mask warrants. The Labor Party’s choice for Hunter’s federal seat is criticized for its inappropriate behavior on social media. And the lockdown is liftedRead More →

Hispanic Catholics are in the spotlight because President BidenJoe BidenHouse Endorses Bill to Provide Veterans with Cost of Living Adjustment navigates difficult waters following a vote by U.S.-based bishops to advance an effort to deny Holy Communion to politicians who support the right to abortion. While Latinos are predominantly Catholic,Read More →

A man from New York’s Queens neighborhood arrives to receive the COVID-19 vaccine outside Citi Field on February 10, 2021, home of the New York Mets. (CNS Photo / Brendan McDermid, Reuters) WASHINGTON (CNS) – More than a dozen nonprofits, including Catholic Charities USA, have hailed the US bailout adoptedRead More →

[ad_1] Lee Moorhouse Photograph Collection, PH036-6172, Special Collections and University Archives, University of Oregon, EugeneThomas Leander Moorhouse “Major Lee”, Log Canoe on the Columbia River, c. 1900, part of the exhibition “Beside the Big River” at the Maryhill Museum of Art. GOLDENDALE, Washington – can wait, but he does notRead More →