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Online Artist Talk: Maggie Preston
May 16, 1:30 – 2:30pm PST
Free for members, $10 for non-members
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Sign up and secure your spot below before 6:00pm May 15. Space is limited. We will meet through Zoom conferencing and a URL will be sent to those who register the evening before.

Joining us from her East Bay studio, artist Maggie Preston will present works from the last 2 decades. During the slideshow she will discuss [in no particular order of importance]:

Sculptural Photography
Cyclical Artmaking
Evolving Technologies
Self Portraiture
The Darkroom
Pictures of Nothing
Digital + Analog
Photographic Sculpture

Maggie Preston received her BA from Sarah Lawrence College and her MFA from the California College of the Arts. Her photo-based artwork has been exhibited both locally and nationally, with a solo exhibition at SF Camerawork as well as group exhibitions at Minnesota Street Project, San Francisco Arts Commission Gallery, [2nd floor projects], Berkeley Art Center, Fused Space and the Houston Center for Photography. In 2012 Preston was awarded an artist residency with an accompanying exhibition at Rayko Photo Center in San Francisco. She has been a mentor with First Exposures since 2019, and recent notable achievements include raising a reasonably balanced young child during the 2020-2022 Coronavirus pandemic, while still making it into the studio to make new work. To see more of Maggie’s work, please visit her website > 

Don’t miss this dynamic lecture about the creative process and drawing inspiration from the most unexpected places!

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