APRIL MEMBERS' CRITIQUE
Thursday, April 19, 2018
6 - 8 PM
All current members of SF Camerawork are invited to participate in our monthly members' critique. This is a great opportunity to get direct feedback on your work and photographic practice by SF Camerawork's staff and wider photographic community. If you are interested in participating in the April critique, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line "April Members' Critique." Spots fill up quickly so don't wait to sign up!
Focal Points: CatchLight Fellows and
Everyday Bay Area Collective
Thursday, May 3, 2018
6 - 8 PM
Please join us in the gallery for the opening reception of Focal Points, featuring work by CatchLight Fellows Tomas van Houtryve, Sarah Blesener, and Brian L. Frank along with artists from the Everyday Bay Area Collective.
Learn more about this exhibition here.
PALO ALTO PHOTOGRAPHY FORUM IN PARTNERSHIP
WITH SF CAMERAWORK AND CATCHLIGHT PRESENTS:
Tomas van Houtryve: Lines and Lineage
Moderated by Sally Katz
Friday, May 4, 2018, 7:30 - 9:30 PM
At Mitchell Park Community Center
(3700 Middlefield Road, Palo Alto, CA 94303)
Please join us in Palo Alto for a conversation with award-winning photographer Tomas Van Houtryve and moderator Sally Katz. Tomas Van Houtryve’s new powerful body of work Lines and Lineage explores the reality of the US and Mexico border before 1848, when the United States seized half of Mexico’s land and created the border that we know today. His presentation will explore how photography has shaped our understanding of early California history.
This event is presented by the Palo Alto Photography Forum in collaboration with SF Camerawork and CatchLight. Images from Lines and Lineage will be on view at SF Camerawork as part of Focal Points, CatchLight’s inaugural exhibition, which opens May 3, 2018.
THE PORTRAIT PARTY
Saturday, May 12, 2018
11 AM - 4 PM
Our Portrait Party is back by popular demand!
Join us the Saturday of Mother’s Day weekend at SF Camerawork, where one of our talented photographers will make a memorable portrait for you, your friends, your family, or even your dog! What better creative, one-of-a-kind gift can you give for Mother’s Day while supporting San Francisco’s only non-profit gallery dedicated to photography.
Learn more here
COMMUNITY CONVERSATION & PHOTOWALK
Private Life in the Public Eye, Ethics of Street Photography
With Everyday Bay Area Photographers
Saturday, June 2, 2018
12 PM - 2 PM
Everyday Bay Area photographers Brenton Gieser and Felix Uribe will discuss the work that led to their Tender Souls project and their consideration for the ethics and implications of street photography in communities of un-housed individuals. Conversation and Q&A moderated by Ken Walton (Photographer & Founder of StreetFoto San Francisco). A photowalk through the Tenderloin area led by artists Emma Marie Chiang, Brenton Gieser, and Felix Uribe will follow. This is the perfect lead up to the 2018 StreetFoto Festival!
* Please bring your own cameras or camera phones for the photowalk portion
MEMBER FOR A DAY
Saturday, June 16, 2018
Take your SF Camerawork membership beyond our walls to enjoy exhibitions all around town—for free! Choose among your favorites from the following Bay Area institutions who have joined together to offer SF Camerawork Members free admission! Present your Member card for two free admissions per membership at each location; some restrictions apply.
Asian Art Museum
Contemporary Jewish Museum
Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco
Museum of the African Diaspora
Oakland Museum of California
University of California Botanical Garden at Berkeley
Walt Disney Family Museum
Yerba Buena Center for the Arts