“Two Women, Two Books, Two Approaches” at Simmons College/Boston, Sunday April 27

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Simmons Institute for Leadership and Change
Connecting Simmons to the Community and the Community to Simmons

New England Women in Photography presents

“Two Women, Two Books, Two Approaches”

Sunday, April 27
2:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Simmons College, 300 the Fenway, Boston
Room C101

Marnie Crawford Samuelson
Stella Johnson

These photographers will share their book projects and discuss the expanded possibilities for publishing in the digital age. Whether you are approaching your project in a traditional book form, looking into self publishing or web distribution, join us in a lively exchange of ideas and methods. Bring questions regarding your own works in progress.

Light Refreshments will be served

Books will be available for sale

RSVP with payment by Monday, April 21st — checks payable to “Simmons Institute for Leadership and
Change” and mail to Diane Hammer, Simmons College, 300 The Fenway, Boston, MA 02115.
Payment at door will be $15 – please RSVP

$12 per person, $15 at door, $8 with a copy of your student ID

On street parking (free on Sundays)

Marnie Crawford Samuelson is a photographer and documentary videographer, based in Boston, MA. She has photographed for such magazines as People Magazine and U.S. News & World Report. Marnie collaborated with the late poet, Stanley Kunitz, and poet Genine Lentine on The Wild Braid: A Poet Reflects on a Century in the Garden (published by W.W. Norton, 2005). She shot and edited A Box of One’s Own and is working on a video/photo project on Isle Au Haut, Maine.

The work of photographer Stella Johnson has spanned editorial assignments, corporate projects, documentaries and personal artistic expressions. Grounded in her photography training at the San Francisco Art Institute and her advanced degree in journalism from Boston University’s College of Communication, Stella has gone on to work extensively in both the U. S. and overseas with commissions from The Ford Foundation, EarthWatch Institute and Continental Airlines and has had assignments from Time, Fortune and US News and World Report. Her monograph, AL SOL: Photographs from Mexico, Cameroon and Nicaragua was published by the University of Maine Press in 2008. Stella teaches at the Art Institute of Boston at Lesley University and at Boston University.

If you would like to hear about future New England Women in Photography events please contact us at diane.hammer@simmons.edu”

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