|Friday 24 November 2017||4 confirmed events for today |
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10th Annual CPA Open Juried ExhibitionCategory : Exhibit Related Location : The Cary Senior Center 120 Maury Odell Place Cary, North Carolina 27513
10th Annual CPA Open Juried Exhibition is now up for viewing. The 60 images selected by the judges will be on display at the Cary Senior Center, Bond Park until Dec 15.
Please see the Senior Center web page linked to below for hours of operation. ...
CPA Member Don Ducey: Click! Juried Exhibition "Resist"Category : Exhibit Related Location : Watts Grocery Gallery, 116 Broad Street in Durham, NC.
Don Ducey had an image accepted into the
Click! Juried Exhibition, “Resist”. The show is
hanging now through November 30 at the Watts
Grocery Gallery, 116 Broad Street in Durham,
CPA Member Joe Lipka's Labyrinth Project Photographs on The FenceCategory : Exhibit Related Location : Across from Durham City Hall – Durham, North Carolina
Joe Lipka’s photographs from his Labyrinth
Project were selected to be in The FENCE
project. He was one of the nine local
photographers selected for the Durham
installation! The show goes up in the Durham
City Hall Plaza August 18. The official opening
is October 5 as part of the Click! Photography
Festival. See Joe’s series at http://
CPA 2nd Wednesday Meeting7:00pm - 9:00pm
Category : Scheduled CPA Meetings Location : The Cary Theatre, 122 E. Chatham St., Cary.
Regularly scheduled CPA member meeting occurring the 2nd Wednesday of each month, unless otherwise specified.
This meeting is usually preceded by the CPA Board of Directors meeting at 6:00 p.m.
Mary Louise Ravese: Digital Black and White7:00pm - 9:00pm
Category : Program Location : The Cary Theater, 122 E. Chatham St
“Black and white photography has been around since the 1830s or so. It has a classic appeal that persists today. But unlike the days of film, today's digital technologies gives us the ability to refine black and white images in ways that would have made Ansel Adams envious. However, with the predominance of color photography in today's world, many photographers practicing today have lost an appreciation for how to make a strong black and white image. All photographers can benefit from a back-to-basics pursuit of black and white images and how that effort can improve their overall understanding of design, composition and lighting. In this talk ...