It feels like we were just ringing in the new year and now we're already a whole month into 2020! Thankfully, January got the year off to a great start and we're anticipating that February will bring more of the same.
At Filter Photo, we're excited to kick off the third iteration of our Photography Book Club. Led by local artist Julie Weber and open to anyone with an interest in looking at and discussing photo books, the first meeting takes place on February 18th. This free series is open to everyone, so please invite your friends.
And if you haven't already, head to Filter Space to see Tentative Photo by Luther Konadu. The exhibition has been extended through February 29th so there's plenty of time to see it before the month is over!
See you around at some of these great events this month!
Filter Photo welcomes photobook enthusiasts in a casual monthly gathering with host Julie Weber that will explore the photographic book form through historical and contemporary examples. Each session will present at least three books for discussion and participants are invited to bring in additional books to consider with the group. Books will be examined for a synergy of both form and content, historical relevance, production qualities, and cultural impact. Enjoy a lively conversation each month with fellow photobook lovers.
This program is free but RSVP is preferred.
Presented By: Julie Weber
Dates: February 18, March 24, and April 21
Time: 7:00 – 9:00 pm
Location: Filter Space | 1821 W. Hubbard St., Ste. 207