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Michael Sargeant offers Sarah Colston a feel of the exhibitors in the Format International Photography Festival this year. Quad’s exhibition assistant Michael Sargeant promises various programs that would take place there.
Two magnificent exhibits –Present Perfect? Contemporary Photographs from Iran and Hungry Still – would be on display from 15th March 15 to 18th May, at Quad.
The Hungry Still exhibit comprises magnificent snaps from twenty four international photographers that capture stories from across the world. This exhibit is cocurated by Slideluck London that has piled up the artists’ submissions as well as arranged them in a filmic way. Michael told that Slideluck use photo film, and blends various mediums including still and moving imagery.
The other exhibit Present Perfect? Contemporary Photography from Iran shows the modern day nation and it was cocurated by Armindokht Shooshtari and Michael Sargeant, who stated that the exhibition targets to break people’s perception of Iran.
As the exhibit starts, Usurp Chance Music Tour play at Chocolate Factory, on 15th March from 8.30 pm. This is a performance named Indeterminacy that was earlier recorded in the year 1959, with John Cage reading ninety tales, each of them lasts a minute.
Stewart Lee adopts Cage’s role companied by pianists Steve Beresford and Tania Chen. The Conspirators of Pleasure would join them, showing new age rhythms and unusual musical creations.
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This Christmas, there is a golden opportunity to learn how to use Digital SLR camera. The Burt Wood School of Performing Arts, along with Jon Haglof, the The Middleboro Gazette photographer and sports editor (and also the owner of J Haglof Photography) is now presenting a 5 week long photography course beginning from.
The class will meet starting from 15th January at Burt Wood School, located in downtown Middleboro from 6 pm to 8pm. The program is targeted at novice and beginner level photographers who are willing to unlock their skill with their 35 mm Digital SLR camera.
In the class, the students will learn about the basics of a 35mm DSLR camera as well as work towards utilizing the camera in manual mode and using the controls and light meter of the camera to expose an image properly. This would work as a stepping off point to dig into several other camera functions, such as – all the buttons, the menu, use of the built-in camera flash and much more.
The program also adds lessons in timing, perspective, composition as well as a huge range of concepts and techniques made to put you on the road to click great snaps. A 35 mm DSLR camera and some ground level computer skills are needed for the whole course. The 5 week session class would cost just $250. Those, who would join, would get a gift certificate.
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