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Tuesday, January 31, 2017
Silver Eye Center for Photography>>Upcoming Photo Events in Pittsburgh: Fellowship 17 opens February 3 + more!
Pittsburgh Filmmakers Galleries 477 Melwood Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15213
Join us for the opening of Fellowship 17: Kris Sanford & Francis Crisafio, featuring the winning portfolios from a call for entries held in mid-2016.
exhibition opens at Pittsburgh Filmmakers Galleries on February 3 with
an artists talk with both Kris Sanford and Francis Crisafio from 7:00 -
8:00pm. This year's juror, Rebecca Senf, Chief Curator, Center for
Creative Photography, Tucson, AZ, and Norton Family Curator of
Photography, Phoenix Museum of Art, will also be here to talk about this
year's award winners.
For more information on the award winners and the exhibition, please visit our website.
Image from the collection of Robert E. Jackson.
PGH Photo Fair Lecture Series: Robert E. Jackson
Wednesday, February 8, 6:30 pm (doors: 6:00 pm)
Ace Hotel Ballroom
120 S. Whitfield Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15206 Join
the PGH Photo Fair as they kick off their 2017 Speaker Series with
collector Robert E. Jackson. The series aims to augment the already rich
art and photography scene in Pittsburgh with speakers who will focus on
the nuts and bolts of collecting, including connoisseurship, the state
of the art, and an insider's view of the market. For more information on
the PGH Photo Fair and the Speaker Series, click here.
Image courtesy Stacy Kranitz.
Visiting Artist Lecture: Stacy Kranitz
Wednesday, February 8, 6:30 pm
Point Park University, Center for Media Innovation
305 Wood Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15222
Join Point Park for a lecture
with visiting artist Stacy Kranitz. Stacy Kranitz's work explores
history, representation, and otherness within the documentary tradition.
She uses photography to open a narrative that confronts one's
understanding of culture--one poised between notions of what is right
and what is wrong. Seating is first come, first served.
Duane Michals, The Sorcerer Invents the Universe, 2016. Courtesy of the artist and DC Moore Gallery, New York.
Duane Michals' Talking Pictures
Saturday, February 18, 7:00 pm
Point Park University, GRW Theater, University Center
414 Wood Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15222
Join Silver Eye and Point Park University
as we host artist Duane Michals for an evening of his own short films
and an artist talk. Michals will showcase his new body of work, Talking Pictures, which consists of a dozen short films that were written, directed, and at times acted in by the artist.
RSVP Seating is limited and only a few seats remain! Register today!
Free for Silver Eye members and Point Park University students/staff
$15 for General Admission
Learn more about Talking Pictures and Duane Michals.
This event is co-presented by Silver Eye Center for Photography and Point Park University.
Image courtesy Lori Hepner.
Intersection*ology: Lori Hepner & Kendra Ross
Friday, March 3, 8:00 pm
Kelly Strayhorn Theater's Alloy Studios
5530 Wood Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15206
at the intersectionality between art, gender, and technology, artists
Lori Hepner and Kendra Ross utilize light, sound, movement and image to
situate memories of the feminine past into today's corporeality. This
work-in-progress performance inserts sonic and image-based queries to
process women's pasts, creating future technological landscapes of
digital information. Intersection*ology explores, adapts, morphs, rejoices, and revolts in the many ways women are perceived.
All seats are general admission and are "Pay What Makes You Happy." For more information on the event and tickets, click here.
Silver Eye Center for Photography, 1015 East Carson Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15203