Deadline extended to April 16: Call for proposals for presentation at PHOTOPLUS EXPO in NYC

PhotoPlus International Conference and Expo will again be held at the Javits Center in NYC (October 28-30, 2010).  A combination of trade show and educational seminars covering all aspects of the photography industry, PPE is an event I never miss.  Among my favorite presentations last year were seeing Christoper Morris’ new multimedia work during an agency VII seminar moderated by Stephen Mayes, publishing panel moderated by Darius Himes, a seminar on “mounting, matting and framing inkjet and digital products”  Mac Holbert, Henry Wilhelm and others, a black and white fine printing seminar by Sean Perry, attorney Nancy Wolff on Copyright, a presentation with several generations of White House Photographers organized by Debra Weiss, William Hunt’s panel “Your Picture Isn’t Real: The Art of  Staged Photography” and much much more.

You can click here to see the diverse offerings from 2009 and then consider what presentation or panel idea you have to offer for consideration within the 2010 event.

This year, PDN Magazine, the coordinators/host of the event, have offered an “open call” for proposals for presenting as solo or panel discussions at the event.

I have just received an email from PDN with the news that the deadline for submittting proposal ideas has been extended to April 16.

You can submit your proposal electronically from the home page of the conference:  www.photoplusexpo.com

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