On November 16 from 12-4pm, SPEC will be hosting a Pinhole Photography Class. This workshop is a unique opportunity to learn about pinhole photography. Students will learn how to make a pinhole camera from scratch, shoot with their cameras, and develop their negatives. No prior experience is necessary and lunch will be provided. This workshop will be taught by Gush Gallery’s Stephanie Slate. Slate received her B.F.A. in photography from Pratt Institute and is currently working towards her M.F.A. at U-Arts. If interested contact art email@example.com and sign up here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1CADuQ2FF5KhMFHtsYv9dVys7u3wah1waFEkvUzcW21E/viewform. Space is limited.
Always the one standing up at your table to take a photo of your meal? Come join Penn Lens and Penn Appetit at our first ever food photography workshop on November 15th from 12:30 – 1:30PM!
There are limited spots available, so sign up quickly!
Check out the Facebook event here!
On Friday, November 14, join Penn Art Club and SPEC Art Collective on their tour of a new exhibition on display at Charles Addams Fine Arts Hall and The Slought Foundation. The exhibition examines the work of eight artists from around the world who engage with non-traditional ideas of homeland and belonging. It will be an amazing opportunity t listen to the curators of the show itself!
The group will be meeting outside The Slought Foundation at 2:50pm.
For more information, check out the Facebook event here.
Come join Penn Lens for our November GBM featuring Professor Tony Ward, a current professor in the Fine Arts department at Penn teaching courses ranging from Photography and Fashion to Digital Photography. He will be sharing his personal photographic journey, as well as answering any questions related to photo opportunities, techniques, or anything students are curious about.
His fine art prints have been collected and exhibited around the world. He has had his works published in prominent publications such as GQ and Cosmopolitan. Come mingle with the members of Penn Lens as well as Professor Ward!
Pizza will be served ☺
Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Artsy, a startup with the goal of making all the world’s art freely accessible to anyone with an Internet connection, will be coming to Penn!
Artsy is made up of seventy-five engineers, art historians, designers, curators, writers, mathematicians, and artists who share a passion for bringing the art world into the digital age. And they are currently looking for extraordinary undergraduates and graduates to join their growing team, with academic and/or work experience in Art History, Computer Science, or related fields.
They will be visiting Penn’s campus soon to meet with students about opportunities at Artsy. If anyone is interested in learning more about Artsy, please send your resumé and a brief introduction to email@example.com.
Check out their website here!