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January 2021

Portfolio Reviews

January 13 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
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Registration Open Thru January 11. New England and Connecticut chapter members starting 12/29. Open to other chapter members starting 1/4. Join us for 2 days of portfolio reviews! Portfolio reviews are one of the best ways to forge relationships with potential clients and market professionals who can give you terrific insight into your own work.  ASMP New England and ASMP Connecticut have pulled together industry-leading photo consultants/reps, editorial clients, and art buyers for our Portfolio Review which is the final…

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Portfolio Reviews

January 14 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
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One event on January 14, 2021 at 1:00 pm

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Registration Open Thru January 11. New England and Connecticut chapter members starting 12/29. Open to other chapter members starting 1/4. Join us for 2 days of portfolio reviews! Portfolio reviews are one of the best ways to forge relationships with potential clients and market professionals who can give you terrific insight into your own work.  ASMP New England and ASMP Connecticut have pulled together industry-leading photo consultants/reps, editorial clients, and art buyers for our Portfolio Review which is the final…

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New England Member Virtual Trivia Night!

January 26 @ 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm
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Celebrate the new board and toast to 2021 ! Tuesday, January 26 7:30pm The board members of the New England chapter of ASMP are having their annual retreat virtually this year and welcome YOU to celebrate afterwards with a fun game of trivia! Think pub trivia, without the pub. Sporcle Trivia will host the game for our members only for one hour! The link will be sent out to everyone who registers (for FREE!) below. The Game: Teams wager based…

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February 2021

Climate Change: Indigenous Perspectives

February 16 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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Climate change is the largest existential crisis ever faced by humanity. Indigenous Peoples understand that the changing climate is a symptom of underlying paradigms that need to change. We need to act boldly to limit the worst effects, yet our efforts have been hampered by racism, colonialism and corporate greed. Indigenous communities worldwide are on the front lines, experiencing the brunt of climate impacts and leading the fight to stop climate change. Indigenous voices are key to healing our planet.…

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March 2021

Personal Projects with Janice Checchio, Lou Jones and Mark Ostow

March 16 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
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Please join us for an evening of inspiration with 3 incredible photographers who will share their latest long-term personal projects.   Janice Checchio: Daily Self Portrait In 2020, photographer Janice Checchio revisited a past project with the goal of taking a unique, daily self-portrait for the entirety of the year, exploring what could be created as a photographer, mother, and partner. The unexpected challenge of the Covid-19 pandemic added the extra facet of how to be all those personae simultaneously.…

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Like A Woman Screening and Q&A with Filmmaker and Director Gail Mooney

March 30 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
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Celebrate Women's History Month by joining ASMP New England and ASMP Connecticut for a virtual screening of Like A Woman, a documentary film telling the stories of women who have gone against the odds and pursued careers that had been off-limits to them only a short time ago. The screening will be followed by a Zoom Q&A with the filmmaker and director, Gail Mooney. Like A Woman Film Description: Everyday women around the world are doing jobs in professions that…

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April 2021

Protest photography in the times of Black Lives Matter

April 13 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
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PROTEST PHOTOGRAPHY IN THE TIMES OF BLACK LIVES MATTER The Role of photography in activism with Harry Scales, OJ Slaughter and Sam Williams In the Summer of 2020, three Boston-based Black photographers documented the biggest racial justice movement since the Civil Rights Era. They continue to capture the rich dimensions of the Black experience in a city and nation that is still reckoning with a complicated history with race. ASMP member Harry Scales, along with rising artists OJ Slaughter and…

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1st ASMPNE Photo Annual

April 27 @ 8:00 am - May 21 @ 11:59 pm

ASMP NEW ENGLAND INVITES YOU TO SUBMIT TO THE 2021 PHOTO ANNUAL ASMPNE is thrilled to announce our first Photo Annual.  We hope you’ll submit your images! The Photo Annual is a curated book of the top 50 images that represent the best of the best in our chapter, as well as a SERIES category in which THREE winners will be chosen.  This year’s juror panel consists of Miami Reps Founder Melissa Ojeda, HBO Digital Media Specialist Khalid West, and…

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May 2021

ASMP New England - Behind the Lens 2021

Behind the Lens: A Candid Look at Commercial Photography Assignments

May 13 @ 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm
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ASMP New England is excited to announce our 4th “Behind the Lens” program. Professional photographers Adrianne Mathiowetz, Brian Kuhlmann and Inti St. Clair will take attendees through the details of one of their recent shoots. Final photographs from each project will be displayed along with behind-the-scenes images, lighting set ups, and documents, such as client correspondence, estimates, invoices, and more. As much about business and marketing, as the technical and creative approach, Behind the Lens will show case these creatives'…

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June 2021

DSI - Image Preservation Van

Digitizing Your Film Archive – Applying New Technology by Digital Silver Imaging

June 10 @ 4:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Griffin Museum of Photography, 67 Shore Road
Winchester, MA 01890 United States
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ASMP New England, in cooperation with the Boston Press Photographers Association, is happy to announce a special, live, in-person, and onsite program about new and repurposed technology to create high resolution scans from film. Digitizing Your Archive and using Capture One Software On Thursday, June 10, Digital Silver Imaging will debut and demonstrate its On Site Image Preservation Service™ in their newly outfitted van at the Griffin Museum of Photography in Winchester, MA. DSI owner, Eric Luden, and Image Archive…

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