Imaging DNA Educator Roundtable
Ends Wednesday, October 27, 2010 at 7:30 PM (EDT)
New York, NY
Imaging DNA, along with Foto Care, is hosting an Educator Roundtable to bring photo educators and students together to talk about "Teaching Photo in the 21st Century." This free roundtable will be held at Foto Care, 43 West 22nd Street, New York, NY 10010 on Wednesday, October 27 at 7:30-9:00 pm. Although free to attend; space is limited to RSVP’d attendees. Moderated by Dennis Keeley, chair of Photography and Imaging at Art Center College of Design, the Imaging DNA Educator Roundtable will focus on technology, the future, and the challenges departments and instructors are dealing with as they look to update their programs.
Attend this panel discussion and network with some of the top photographers, photo educators and students exploring these current topics in photography.
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Imaging DNA and Foto Care
Imaging DNA is "designed to spread knowledge and spur discussion and debate around making, displaying, licensing or otherwise using an image." Its inaugural conference at The Art Center College of Design was quite successful with a mix of presentations, panel discussions and Q&A – from education, technology and industry. The Educator Roundtable series will fill the void of community and collaboration for educators and students and will include online events. To learn more about upcoming Imaging DNA events, please go to www.imagingdna.com and subscribe.
At Foto Care, we are extremely passionate about photography but even more passionate about the lifelong journey that photographers embark on. We will do absolutely everything we can to support that journey. It is for this very reason that our commitment to the photographic community we serve extends well beyond a purchase.