ASMP — American Society of Media Photographers

Virtual Screening of Jay Myself with Live Q+A

By June 4, 2020Webinars

Important: ASMP Members can get a free ticket to this event by following the instructions below!


On June 16 @ 8pm Eastern, Director Stephen Wilkes will join us for a live Q&A after streaming “Jay Myself,” a fascinating film about Jay Maisel and The Bank – a six-floor, 36,000 square foot, 100-year-old landmark building that sits on the corner of the Bowery and Spring Street.For decades The Bank was draped in mystery, graffiti-covered, with boarded-up windows. Inside, renowned photographer/artist Jay Maisel inhabited a thriving creative paradise since 1966.

A successful commercial photographer (covers for New York Magazine, Sports Illustrated swimsuit editions, and the iconic Miles Davis Kind of Blue album), Jay is also a prolific art photographer and obsessive collector of extraordinary (and ordinary) objects that inspired him.JAY MYSELF chronicles Maisel’s monumental move out of his 72-room home following its sale, the largest private real estate deal in NYC history.

With humor and awe, Stephen Wilkes captures Maisel’s half-century of collecting – having had the room to save and exhibit every last thing he found beautiful, strange, or (potentially) useful.



REGISTRATION INSTRUCTIONS

ASMP Members – Free
Non-Members – $5

To get your free ticket, ASMP Members MUST click on the button below, and then when on the Ticket Selection page, click on the “Enter promo code” link in BLUE TEXT directly above the ASMP Member ticket. Then you will enter your current member number in the Promo Code field and click “Apply.” You should see a $0 ticket, and that is what you will add to checkout. Here’s a screenshot showing where to enter your member number as Promo Code:



After you purchase your ticket, you will receive an automatic email from both Eventbrite and Zoom, and the Zoom email will have your personalized link to attend the screening!


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