Articles by: Greg Nikas

A WING AND A CARE — CANCELED

 OUT OF AN ABUNDANCE OF CAUTION DUE TO THE CORONAVIRUS, THE ⁣⁣⁣NORTHSHORE PHOTOGRAPHY LECTURE SERIES HAS CANCELED “A WING AND A CARE” LECTURE BY SHAWN CAREY. OUR HOPES ARE TO RESCHEDULE IT FOR NEXT SEPTEMBER AS THE FIRST LECTURE OF THE 2020-2021 SEASON. WE THANK YOU FOR YOUR UNDERSTANDING. Shawn’s show […]

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The Fine Art of Documentary: Why beautiful pictures of war, poverty, and disease matter.

Photo © 2016 Amilton Neves from “Godmothers of War”   For eleven years, the Social Documentary Network (SDN) has been presenting powerful, and often beautiful, photographs of both challenging and uplifting situations around the world. The uplifting work often explores the grace of indigenous cultures, the majesty of the natural […]

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Art and Perturbation: Social Responsibility and the Photographer Lecture by A. D. Coleman

Exploring the question(s) of what social responsibility a photographer has, using three examples: Jerry Uelsmann, Robert Frank, and W. Eugene Smith. Northshore Photography Lecture Series co-sponsored by Sweethaven Gallery and Firehouse Center for the Arts A. D. Coleman has published 8 books and more than 2500 essays on photography and […]

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— ANSEL ADAMS — ENVIRONMENTALIST AND PHOTOGRAPHER — An ENCORE lecture by Lance Hidy

Northshore Photography Lecture Series co-sponsored by Sweethaven Gallery and Firehouse Center for the Arts   This “Encore” lecture is revised and updated from Hidy’s sold-out lecture at the Firehouse in 2017. Photographer Ansel Adams (1902–1984), began his long career at age 12 in Yosemite National Park with a Kodak cardboard […]

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