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Online Panel Talk: Workshop Stories
Elizabeth Opalenik, Brigitte Carnochan, Ted Orland, John Sexton and Brian Taylor
Friday, April 16, 2:00-3:00pm PST
Free for members, $10 for non-members
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Elizabeth Opalenik discovered photography as a metaphor for life in 1979 at the Maine Photographic Workshops. She connects life’s possibilities through teaching workshops, humanitarian projects, and making art, including her sublime Mordançage prints. In 2020, Elizabeth conjured into existence, Workshop Stories: changed through photography. www.elizabethopalenik.com

Brigitte Carnochan’s photographs are represented nationally and collected globally by museums, corporate and private collectors. In addition to the publication of three monographs (Bella Figura 2006, Shining Path 2006, Floating World 2012), The German publisher, Edition Galerie Vevais, launched a monograph of her images in 2014 at Paris Photo. www.brigittecarnochan.com

Ted Orland lives in Santa Cruz, California, where he pursues parallel careers in teaching, writing and photography. Ted first visited Yosemite in 1966 as a student in Ansel Adams’ Summer Photography workshop, and in the early 1970’s became assistant to Ansel Adams and printer of Adams’ Yosemite Special Edition Prints. He taught at the annual Ansel Adams Yosemite Workshop fifteen times. Ted is the co-author (with David Bayles) of the book, Art & Fear: Observations on the Perils (and Rewards) of Artmaking.

John Sexton, International Photography Hall of Fame inductee, is recognized as a photographer and master print maker. He is known for his luminous photographs of the natural environment. Sexton served as Photographic Assistant and Consultant to Ansel Adams from 1979 to 1984. John still finds magic making silver gelatin prints, by hand, in his darkroom in Carmel Valley, California. www.johnsexton.com

Brian Taylor happily regards teaching as a lifelong calling, serving as a university professor of photography for over 40 years, and enjoys leading workshops in alternative photo processes from coast to coast. Brian looks forward to an inspiring discussion about the rewards of these creative gatherings of kindred spirits. www.briantaylorphotography.com

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