Workshops, Lectures, etc.
February 27, 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
$10 admission, Free for Members
“Primitive Photography: Recent Lensless and Cameraless Work” with Martha Casanave
Martha Casanave will present her most recent pinhole and cameraless photography, proving that fancy equipment is not necessary to make imaginative images.
Martha Casanave Biography
Martha Casanave has been a working and exhibiting photographer and educator for over 40 years. She currently teaches photography at Monterey Peninsula College and Cabrillo College. Casanave has published four books of her work. Explorations Along an Imaginary Coastline (Hudson Hills Press, 2006) is devoted entirely to pinhole work. Her latest monograph (2014) is Trajectories, A Half Century of Portraits (Image Continuum Press). Casanave’s photographs are included in many major collections, including the J. Paul Getty Museum, the Art Institute of Chicago, the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, the Bibliotheque Nationale, and the Museum of the History of Photography, St. Petersburg, Russia.
Join us for a six-part lecture series about the diverse and wonderful photographers of the Central Coast. Local experts will be featured in one-hour lectures about their chosen subjects. Visitors are welcome to bring food and drinks during this lunchtime lecture series.
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