Russel Fouts on wed 2 mar 05
The 6th Annual Clayart Photography Workshop will be from 7pm until 9pm
in the Clayart Room at the Days Inn on Thursday the 17th of March.
That's just before the Randall Session.
This year the focus will be on digital photography. After the long and
varied threads I've seen here on Clayart, I expect that there will be a
lot of questions.
There also seems to be a lot of people here with expertise and I'm
hoping that some of you will come forward and act as panelists. I
already have committments from Sherman Hall of Ceramics Monthly and
Suzanne Tourtillott of Lark Books and we hope to have a pro photographer
as well. John Hesselberth, who has contributed greatly to all 5 sessions
so far and has this year off.
So I'm really counting on some new experts to step forward. I'm looking
for people who have expertise, either professionally or as amateurs in
photographing pots, either their own or others.
I'm also looking for Editors used to working with photography and people
with juror's experience.
As always, comments and answers are also appreciated from the audience.
So, if you want to be a panelist and share your expertise, please
contact me off list at Russel.Fouts@Skynet.be.
This has always been an event that you wouldn't want to miss so don't.
Let's see you all there.
Also, be sure to contact Lisa Skeen to make your order for a sandwich
and pay via Paypal if you want something to eat.
If you have any questions please feel free to write me.
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