Exhibition: Portraits in Masculinity by Eric Nichols
- January 24 - March 2, 2019 Check for other dates
- Th, F, Sa, Tu and W from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM, 28 sessions
- 25 Sagamore Road Gallery
- $0 Fee Breakdown
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An exhibition featuring the photographic works of Eric Nichols
On view Tuesdays through Saturdays from 10AM-5PM, January 24-March 2, 2018.
Opening Reception: Thursday, January 24, 2018, 5:30PM
Artist Talk: Thursday, February 7, 2018, 5:30PM
Panel Discussion: Saturday, February 16, 2018
“INSTA” Social Media and Photography the panelists are Matthew Gamber, Colleen Fitzgerald, Greer Muldowney, Catherine Wilcox-Titus, and Eric Nichols.
Our relationship with Photography has changed. The rise of the cellphone camera (everyone’s got one!) and the popularity of social media platforms (Facebook, Instagram & Snapchat, etc.) has changed photographic image making forever. With our digital identities relying so heavily on images for meaning how has that impacted photography as an art form? So what is photography today anyway?
The Worcester Center for Crafts presents a lively conversation driven by an expert group of photographers and academics specializing in photography. This conversation will tease out what role social media has in shaping the way photographers create in today’s social media-driven world. It may inspire (or not) the next generation of image-makers.
Seeing the Light: Studio Lighting & Portrait Photography Workshop: Saturday, March 9, 2018, 1-5PM
Portraits are a mix of technical and creative concepts which help the photographer to create a meaningful and evocative image. In this workshop photographer Eric Nichols will guide you through the fundamentals of studio lighting.
Learn how to design your own lighting scenarios to create more interesting photos. In this workshop we will cover how to shape the tonality, contrast and the overall feel of an image using three main lighting concepts, direction, quality and depth. Learn how and when to use modifiers, fills and reflectors in this informative and hands on workshop. Students are encouraged to bring a camera.
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