September 19th @6:30pm at CMC Edwards
In this digital age, we have become accustomed to viewing the events of the world and our lives on screens, from computers to tablets to phones. Images are uploaded and shared. They become attachments and are stored in the cloud. Some might consider prints to be inconvenient, requiring some mysterious high tech science, but the passage of time seems to have brought with it a renewed interest in tradition. The tangible is once again valued. With this comes a growing interest in printing.
We hope you can join us for a discussion about the importance of the print in today’s tech dependent world. Veronica Cotter, of Hahnemühle USA, will be on hand to help lead the discussion. She will be joined by Dennis Keeley, a Los Angeles based artist, photographer, teacher and writer. His photographs have been exhibited in numerous one person and group shows. Dennis Keeley is the current Chair of the Photo & Imaging Program at Art Center College of Design in Pasadena.