Announcing Portfolio Reviews at the Center for Photography at Woodstock
Q&A/Mixer, Friday, May 19
Portfolio Reviews, Saturday & Sunday, May 20 – 21, 2017
Photographers – Come join us for a chance to meet with some of the most illustrious photography professionals in the field, who will provide feedback, advice and potential opportunities. Our reviewers include gallery and museum curators, editors and writers for print and online magazines.
Session packages start at $150 for 3 reviews. 2017 members will receive a $50 discount on their first package purchase as a benefit of membership.
Please click here to register starting Monday, March 27. Priority registration will be offered for session packages and remaining single sessions for $75 can be purchased beginning April 12 based on availability. Registered participants will receive a preference list prior to the reviews. Reviewers will be assigned by availability.
PHOTOGRAPHY NOW 2016
Exhibition: April 30 – June 19, 2016
Opening Reception: Saturday, April 30, 5-7pm
The Center for Photography at Woodstock (CPW) is pleased to announce Photography Now 2016, juried by James Estrin, senior staff photographer for The New York Times, and a founder and co-editor of The New York Times’ Lens Blog.
This year’s installment of CPW’s annual Photography Now exhibition presents eleven artists from the United States, Colombia and Australia. A theme started to emerge as Juror James Estrin reviewed submissions. He recalls, “The images that I was most attracted to were all dealing with issues surrounding identity and representation. The photographers I chose for this exhibit are all grappling with questions about how race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, age, brain chemistry and our own memories shape how we see ourselves and how others see us.”
Richard Edelman: Stolen Portraits
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February 20 – April 10, 2016
Gallery Reception: Saturday, February 20, 2016, 5-7pm
The Center for Photography at Woodstock (CPW) is pleased to announce three new exhibitions featuring over 70 artists, including local mainstay Richard Edelman and artists as far away as Colombia and Russia.