Archive for October, 2014

October Newsletter

October Events at NEWSPACE

Fall is officially upon us and things are bustling at NEWSPACE!

  • Join us this Friday, October 3rd from 6-9pm to celebrate our Members and our 12th Anniversary at the Opening Reception for NEWSPACE Now: 2014 Members’ Salon.
  • Fall Classes begin October 1, but there’s still time to take advantage of our 10% Early Registration Discount. Use code: fall14 Good through midnight PDT September 30th.
  • Rick Sands Lighting Workshop has been rescheduled! If you thought you missed this amazing opportunity, fear not! Workshop will run October and there are only four seats left.
  • Talented photographer, Jess Dugan will give a free public lecture about her work on Monday, October 13th at 7:00pm.
  • The Kickstarter Campaign to hire a curator is in its final days. This is an amazing opportunity for NEWSPACE and our community. Please be a part of this crucial moment. Become a backer at any amount! Share with your fellow photographers and photography-lovers! We can’t do this without you!

In the Gallery – NEWSPACE Now: 2014 Members’ Salon

On Display: October 3rd – November 2nd
Opening Reception: Friday, October 3rd, 6-9pm

Join NEWSPACE in a celebration of our Members & our 12th Anniversary with NEWSPACE Now: 2014 Members’ Salon. Food carts Thrive NW and Fifty Licks will be out front serving throughout the evening and free beer from Widmer Brothers Brewing will be available inside.

Exhibited photographers include:

Rebecca Akporiaye | Zachary Archer | David Ashman Sandra Banister | Gary Beeber | Susan Bein | Deborah Bergman | Skyra Beveridge | Ray Bidegain | Twyla Bloxham | Philip Bowser | Britt Boyles | Joyce Brekke | Eric Brody | Beth Buglione | Tony Burba | Al Burns | Cecily Caceu | Carolyn Campbell | Barry Canaday | Hannah Carlton | Calvin Chen | Larry Clark | Dennis Dean Clay | Karen Cohen | Mark Crummett | George Dunsmuir | Jody Ellis | Myron Filene | Susan Gans | Jenna Gersbach-King | Barbara Gilson | Carole Glauber | Larry Gloth | Jon Gottshall | Terry Hayden | Friderike Heuer | Joshua Hobson | Carol Isaak | Don Jacobson | Linda Jue | Ross Kaplan | Brook Kirklin | Heidi Kirkpatrick | Brian Kosoff | Jim Kushman | Fuchsia Lin | Richard Lishner | Tasia Markoff | Shannon McClatchey | Teresa McPherson | Deb Merchant | Yvonne Mestre | Jeanine Michna-Bales | Loren Minnick | Ted Mishima | Tamara Muldoon | Holly Myers | Leslie Noe | Mike O’Brien Jenny Olsen | Luke Olsen | Audra Osborne | Jennifer Patterson | Leslie Peltz | Richard Ray | Andy Robbins | Tom Roberts | Steven Rockoff | Rich Rollins | Kerry Rowand | Arthur Ruckle | Matthew Rusnac | Isaac Sachs | Stuart Sandler | Dale Schreiner | Michael Shay | James Smith | Al Stern | Sean Steward | Jiehao Su | Pete Suttner | Don Tanedo | Robert Voltz | James Wade | Pistol Wish | Megan Zabel Holmes

Discount on Fall Classes!

The days are getting shorter, the shadows are getting longer, and the warm light makes it the perfect time to focus on creativity! To celebrate this magical time of year, we are offering a 10% early registration discount on any of our fall classes. (Hint: this is on top of any discount you get as a member!) The code is good thought midnight PDT September 30th, so go and sign up for that class that you’ve had your eye on!

•To redeem your discount, use the code: fall14

 

Rescheduled: Rick Sands Lighting Workshop!

If you thought you missed this amazing opportunity, fear not! This once-in-a-lifetime workshop will run October 6-10th. There are only 4 seats left, so rearrange your schedule and get to this workshop. You’ll be glad you did! See our website for all of the juicy details.

Breaking the Lighting Barrier |         October 6-10 | 10:30-5:00 pm

Rick Sands is an acclaimed Director of Photography and has worked with such directors and photographers as Steven Spielberg, Francis Ford Coppola, and Gregory Crewdson. Rick will be teaching his workshop, Breaking the Lighting Barrier.

Free Artist Lecture – Monday, October 13

Please join Newspace for a Free Public Lecture with photographer, Jess Dugan. Dugan will speak about her work, including her most recent project, Every breath we drew.

Jess T. Dugan is an artist whose work explores issues of gender, sexuality, identity, and community.  For the past decade, Jess has photographed people within queer and transgender communities, focusing on the complexities of identity, gender, intimacy, and community.  In this lecture, she will speak about her projects from 2005 to the present.

NEWSPACE Kickstarter Campaign Continues through October 10

There’s a little more than a week left to participate in NEWSPACE’s first ever Kickstarter Campaign to hire a curator.

Make a contribution today and join us in our effort to expand the reach of photography in Portland and beyond!

10% off All Memberships through October

If you have been thinking about purchasing a membership, now is the time! We are offering a 10% discount that is good through the rest of October.

Take advantage of several different benefits including discounts on facilities and classes by joining us!

Lecture Tonight: Jess Dugan

We are delighted to welcome photographer Jess Dugan to Newspace tonight! Please come out and join us for a great lecture.

 

At: Newspace Center for Photography, 1632 SE 10th Ave. In the lighting studio.

Begins: 7pm sharp

Free Event

 

About the artist: “Jess T. Dugan is an artist whose work explores issues of gender, sexuality, identity, and community. Jess’s work has been exhibited at the San Diego Museum of Art, the Griffin Museum of Photography, Gallery Kayafas (Boston, MA), Carroll and Sons Gallery (Boston, MA), the Schneider Gallery (Chicago, IL), Michael Mazzeo Gallery (New York, NY), JDC Fine Art (San Diego, CA), the Jennifer Schwartz Gallery (Atlanta, GA), the Leslie/Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art, the RayKo Photo Center, the Photographic Resource Center at Boston University, and at many colleges and universities nationwide.”

jessdugan.com

 

Kickstarter Campaign Has Been Funded!

The goal has been met! Thank you to everyone who chipped in to help us get there. We truly could not have done it without you, and we feel very supported by our community.

 

Stay tuned for more news as our journey to hire a curator continues!