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Monday, August 14, 2017

Aug 14

Join us for a talk with photographers, Bob Sacha and Eddie Soloway at The Rockport Opera House –– Monday, August 14th, 7:30PM.

 


Eddie Soloway is a photographer, teacher, and storyteller committed to opening our eyes to the natural world. He has taught photography and creativity for leading photographic institutions and schools around the world. In 2010 Photo District News named Eddie one of America’s best photography workshop teachers. His book, One Thousand Moons, was published in 2004, the dvd, A Natural Eye Workshop, in 2009, A Natural Eye video series in 2015, and SEE THINK DO Photo Cards in 2017. His focus on seeing brings a breath of fresh air to the workshop world.

His images may be viewed at: http://www.eddiesoloway.com/

Bob Sacha is an award-winning photographer, multimedia producer, documentary filmmaker, editor and teacher who first made his name as a magazine photojournalist. As a contributing photographer at both Life and National Geographic Magazine, he covered a variety of assignments around the world for more than 25 years, from New Orleans and New York City to China and Easter Island.

Recently he worked as a staff producer at the groundbreaking multimedia production studio MediaStorm.org, where his projects were nominated for three National News Emmys and won awards from the Online News Association, Editor & Publisher, the New York Photo Festival, the White House News Photographers Association and The Alfred I. duPont-Columbia University Awards.

Times of Crisis, a year in the life of the world’s financial meltdown, won the Documentary Project of the Year in the 67th Picture of the Year International competition among many other awards. It was produced and edited in collaboration with Thompson Reuters, as was his first MediaStorm project, Bearing Witness: FIve Years of the Iraq War,which also received multiple international honors.

Now an independent storyteller, Bob has directed, produced, shot and edited nonfiction video stories for Starbucks, Apple, The Asia Society, the Council on Foreign Relations and the Open Society Foundations, among other international clients.

He is currently an adjunct professor at the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism and the new City University of NY Graduate School of Journalism, a journalism school with the soul of a Silicon Valley startup. He teaches and consults worldwide on documentary storytelling and new media for the internet and continues to shoot and realize nonfiction films, primarily for the web.

You can see his work online at bobsacha.com

Aug 14 to Oct 6

THE DOOR BETWEEN

Maine Media Gallery

EXHIBTION ON VIEW | August 14 - October 6
OPENING RECEPTION | Wednesday, August 16, 5 - 6:30pm

 

Featuring work by: Valerie Carrigan, Tillman Crane, Susan Davens, Brenton Hamilton, Jeannie Hutchins,

Sal Taylor Kydd, Nancy Loeber, Jim Nickelson, Jason Philbrook, Anneli Skaar, Richard Reitz Smith, Alan Vlach, and Deanna Witman.

 

 

 

Maine Media Gallery is pleased to announce The Door Between featuring work by Valerie Carrigan, Tillman Crane, Susan Davens, Brenton Hamilton, Jeannie Hutchins, Sal Taylor Kydd, Nancy Loeber, Jim Nickelson, Jason Philbrook, Anneli Skaar, Richard Reitz Smith, Alan Vlach, and Deanna Whitman. The exhibition will be on view from August 14-October 6.  An Opening Reception will be held on Wednesday, August 16, 5-6:30pm.

 

The Door Between features work with an emphasis on the handmade. In this digital age, images are immediate and ubiquitous--we are constantly bombarded with visual information. Both book arts and historic process photography celebrate a return to the handmade. All of the work in this exhibition bears marks of the artist’s hand, and is as much about the process of making it as about the finished work itself. The Door Between spans a wide range of subject matter, artistic sensibilities, and personal visual taste, but is united by the handmade nature of the medium.  

 

Carrigan, Loeber, Skaar, and Smith have all been Book Artists in Residence at Maine Media Workshops, which is an opportunity for emerging and practicing book artists, letterpress printers, and photographers combining word and image. It is designed to help the chosen artist complete their proposed project by providing studio space, funding, housing, and the support of a curious, interdisciplinary arts community. Visit https://www.mainemedia.edu/artistinresidence for more information about the book artist in residency program.

 

Maine Media Gallery

18 Central Street

Rockport, ME

 

Gallery Hours

Monday - Friday 11am - 6pm

Saturday 10am - 3pm