In time for Christmas — tickets for Saturday and Sunday sessions can be ordered from this website. And many people already have.
Make your sweetie’s life easier by buying them now to add to your stocking!
Based on the results of our recent survey, completed by 110 people (thank you!), we have scheduled the two clear favorites for Sunday, 9 April. The morning session will be Creating Pleasing Blurs (in-camera) while the afternoon offering will be The Art of Floral Photography (perhaps Denise’s favorite topic, right up there with Birds). These short Sunday sessions will complement the Saturday Seminar, as Denise will explain in detail how to make the gorgeous images to be seen on Saturday.
Each session costs $45, and if a ticket is purchased with one for the Saturday seminar, you will receive a discount of 10%.
Full details can be found under the tab ‘Sunday Shorts.’
Denise is currently in Iceland, braving unpredictable weather and bagging some beautiful shots of the dramatic landscapes, northern lights, and nature macros. Check it out.
Our 2017 featured guest is Denise Ippolito, an award-winning photographer based in New Jersey, best known for her bird and flower shots, but who is equally at home with landscapes and gritty urban themes.
Denise has offered several possible topics for the Sunday of the Photography Weekend. As soon as we complete our interest survey of past Weekend attendees, those and other details will be posted here.
The dates for the 2017 Annual Photography Weekend are 8-9 April.
Clips from the 10 highlighted shows at last year’s AV Festival
Burlington has been named the second best place to live in Canada and it’s a great place to visit as well! Check out the Tourism Burlington website or drop in to Burlington’s Visitor Information Centre to learn all about our city and what not to miss while in town.
Accommodations are available to suit every taste and budget. The Waterfront Hotel Downtown Burlington is within walking distance of our venue. Tourism Burlington’s Hotel Deals page lists this hotel and others offering “$20 off your stay plus $20 to play.” Tourism Burlington’s site lists other options: Bed and Breakfasts, Hotels, Motels and Campsites.
Our events are being held at the Art Gallery of Burlington. It’s the home of Latow Photographers Guild and six other guilds: Fine Arts, Handweavers/Spinners, Hooking Craft, Pottery, Fibre Arts and Sculptors/Woodcarvers. It is a truly a centre for art, supporting artists, staging exhibitions, nurturing an internationally recognized ceramic collection, and serving the community. Be sure to explore it!
The venue for the Photography Weekend has changed, sort of …. The Burlington Art Centre has morphed into the Art Gallery of Burlington. It not only has a new name, but a new color scheme, signage, and new display spaces for its impressive collection of Canadian ceramic art.
The Weekend will continue to be in the large Lee Chin Family Gallery for the Saturday Seminar and AV Festival, and we will continue to use state-of-the-art projection technology including the super-wide screen.