Organizers are working on the final details of the Homer Photo Fest 2007 featuring citywide photography exhibitions, delectable seafood opening treats, portfolio reviews, workshops, lectures and round table discussions about... (what else) PHOTOGRAPHY!
Here's a snap shot of the Festival: The Homer Photo Fest will take place September 5th - 8th, 2007. This will be four days of workshops, one on one portfolio reviews, public lectures and exhibitions by noted invited national artists: Tom Rankin, and Sylvia Plachy and Michelle Dunn Marsh. All this culminates in the big night featuring the winners of the statewide portfolio competition with concurrent solo exhibitions of the winners work at Homer's own Pratt Museum. If that doesn't get you to Homer then the food will. Each opening night reception will feature along with excellent art, the very best in Wild Alaskan Seafood and other culinary delights. The Homer Photo Fest ends with a seafood banquet dinner as s send off to a very fun filled weekend of photography. Click on the EVENT link for a complete schedule.
There is also a portfolio competition open to photographers statewide. Alaskan photographers working in all photographic mediums and formats are welcome to submit a minimum of 15 (maximum of 20) photographs along with an artist statement about their body of work. Our three invited guest photographic arts professionals will judge the entries, select three portfolios to be exhibited at the Pratt Museum and mount an opening reception during the Homer Photo Fest. Click on the PORTFOLIO COMPETITION link for rules and entry form.
Michelle Dunn-Marsh is an independent book designer and the director of Aperture West, a regional program of the Aperture Foundation.
Click on the JURORS BIOS link for a complete run down of the invited guest artists.
Homer Photo Fest is a collaboration of the Bunnell Street Gallery, Homer Council on the Arts, Pratt Museum and Homer Photographic Center. Additional support generously provided by the Homer Foundation, Alaska State Council on the Arts, the Rasmuson Foundation
This Site Designed By