San Francisco, California
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Photographers on Photography is a quarterly series of spotlight interviews and conversations with the industry’s top photographers. Created by The Julia Dean Photo Workshops, the series is based on the “Inside The Actor’s Studio” format and gives well-known photographers a “salon” type venue to engage in conversation, show their work and offer insights into the world of photography.
This quarter we have special guest Joyce Tenneson.
RSVP on our Facebook page! Admission is FREE!
Please click on the below link for more information about Joyce.
When & Where
Los Angeles Center of Photography
The Julia Dean Photo Workshops (JDPW) is a practical education school of photography devoted to advancing the skills and increasing the personal enrichment of photographers of all experience levels and ages. We fulfill this mission by offering nearly 170 workshops per year, programming a variety of community events, supporting artists through group and one-person gallery exhibits, and by producing four annual contests. In addition, JDPW offers workshops with and provides access to some of the most well-known and respected photographers in the world, including: Greg Gorman, Duane Michals, Mary Ellen Mark, Sam Abell, Douglas Kirkland, David Alan Harvey, Keith Carter, Phil Borges, Bruce Davidson, John Paul Caponigro, Alex Webb and Joyce Tenneson, among others.
As the West Coast’s largest non-degree based school of photography, JDPW offers a broad range of coursework, with classes ranging from photojournalism and fine art photography to studio photography and portraiture. A Certificate Program is available for a comprehensive course of study, in addition to an intense, one-year “Full-Time” Program, where students may elect to take an unlimited amount of workshops for one year. For students looking to become more involved in the photographic community, JDPW provides monthly Membership which provide numerous perks and benefits, such as: discounts on tuition, free admittance to events and guest lectures, and use of darkrooms, galleries and studio.