New groups are forming. And you can join at last year’s prices until January 22.
Meet with a group of photographers committed to developing their vision and appreciation for the medium. Monthly sessions for a year. Groups meet for two or three hours; the longer session addresses concerns of more advanced participants. For those who have not participated in a critique group, the two-hour session is most suitable.
You will be guided and challenged by an expert facilitator, TC Photo’s George Slade, who has been consulting with photographers since his first job working at Aperture in New York City in the 1980s. If you’re not sure which session makes the most sense for you, please inquire.
For more information and to sign up, please click over to our Classes page.
Keep them full in 2019
How to donate to our non-profit mission to connect audiences with photography
Between monthly photobookworld meetings, critique group sessions, projection for artist talks, individual artist consultations, and portfolio presentations, horizontal surfaces got a lot of use this year. An image smorgasbord, you might say.
Please consider making a year-end tax-deductible donation to TC Photo to sustain the feast.
There’s always room for another chair. Support our mission to enrich connections between audiences, artists, and contemporary photography.
TC Photo is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. Critique groups and individual consultations are our major source of earned income; these efforts are largely self-sustaining.
As we expand our programming in 2019 and beyond we need your help.
Your donation enables our day-to-day activities. Rent, salary, fees to artists, technical support, internet access, printing—even chairs—all items in the general operations budget.
HOW TO DONATE
Our charitable fundraising happens under the auspices of our fiscal sponsor, Springboard for the Arts. Online, you can make a donation via TC Photo on GiveMN.org https://www.givemn.org/story/Tc-Photo-2018
If you’d like to donate with a check, please make it payable to Springboard for the Arts, then write ‘TC Photo’ in the memo line so Springboard knows that it’s for us, then mail your check to George Slade, 5929 Pleasant Avenue, Minneapolis, MN 55419
Note: Among our special projects in 2019 is publishing a book reviewing the career of Linda Brooks, one of the Twin Cities’ most well-regarded (and under-acknowledged) photographers. We’ve set up an online campaign to accomplish this goal. Find it on GiveMN.org here.)
Thanks again for being at the table in 2018. Let’s keep the Twin Cities photo scene well-nourished.
PROXIMITIES: a photobook by Linda BrooksRead More
Thursday, November 15, 2018 at 7 p.m.
Linda Brooks will present 4-plus decades of her work and the context in which it has been created in PROXIMITIES: reflections on art, education, activism.
Please mark your calendar and plan to join us at Praxis for this special event.
Given a strong predilection for sharing news and information from the world of contemporary photobooks and photobook production, I’ve started a new Tumblr oh-so-cleverly called photo book world (and accessible on that platform as “tcphotobookworld”). There’s so much to report from the local and international scene; I hope you gain some insight into the evolving and fascinating world of the photobook, especially in its form as an autonomous artwork produced in do-it-yourself or independent press contexts.
If you have information you’d like to share in this space, please send me a message: firstname.lastname@example.org
An opening, of sorts.Read More