Archive for July 8, 2007

Publishing Workshop: Chris Pichler and Dave Gardner at the Center for Photographic Arts, Carmel (August 25 & 26)

The Center for Photographic Arts is offering an amazing workshop on publishing the photobook, with two of the most gifted individuals in the fine art publishing industry. Dave Gardner has set the standard in fine printing for publication, and Chris Pichler has set the standard in book design and production. I can promise you an extraordinary experience to learn from these two gentlemen.

From the website:
“The workshop will focus on photography book publishing and printing. Chris Pichler, founder and publisher of Nazraeli Press, will discuss methods of putting together book dummies, submitting proposals to publishers, the relationship of images and words, and various types of books and bindings. David Gardner will discuss technical aspects of papers, printing and binding. Both Chris and David will be happy to meet with participants one-on-one to look at their work in the context of book publishing, and answer any questions about publishing and printing the participants may have.”

Don’t miss Dave’s recollections of working with Ansel Adams on YouTube: click here.
Click here to learn more, and register. This WILL sell out!


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5th Biennial APIS Conference in Santa Fe July 19-21, part of PhotoArts Santa Fe

APIS, the Alternative Photographic International Symposium, is a three-day event with speakers and demonstrations on antique and hand-coated photo processes, including the technical, artisti and experimental realms.

Honored Guest Speaker: RONDAL PARTRIDGE.
Kennote Speaker: KENRO IZU.

Additional offering lections, demonstrations and presentations:
Kim Weston, Ron Reeder, Joe Sarff, John Guilder, Dr. Dusan Stulik and Dr. Howard Efner.

On the Bostic and Sullivan website you can find links to download the brochure, see the daily schedule and lodging information, and register.

This event is just one of the components of PhotoArts Santa Fe, July 13-22nd.

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