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Competition - Live at the community college - Room S-002 (7:00 PM EDT)
Competitions are limited to members that have applied to be assigned to a group and submit their photos. Bob Thurston will be sending emails with details on the judge, assigned subject as well as other details i.e. digital or print format and how to submit. Look for his emails. Competitions are open to the public. Meetings are held in room S-002 on the lower level of the McLeod Building (building "S") at the corner of Front and Walnut Streets. The room is on the basement level from Front Street. It is located across the street from the Cotton Exchange.
General Meeting - Live at the community college - Room S-002 (7:00 PM EST)
Henry Rinne will be speaking to us live on finding drama in architecture. In 2018, Henry Rinne retired as Dean of the College of Fine Arts at Jacksonville University in Jacksonville, Florida, after a forty-year career in higher education. Prior to his move to Florida, Henry was a dean and faculty member at the University of Arkansas-Fort Smith for 35years. He earned his Ph.D. in comparative arts at Ohio University and also holds degrees from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. His interest in photography began when he watched prints emerge in the developer in his father’s dark room. Black & white has always been his primary focus in landscape, architecture, nature, and portraiture, but he loves to find dramatic colors in the landscape and has started experimenting with infrared. Rinne has exhibited in Arkansas, Tennessee, Florida, California, and North Carolina. His work has been published in books and magazines including Downbeat and Lenswork’s Our Magnificent Planet. He considers the wet darkroom to be a wonderful learning experience, but digital has supplanted any interest in “souping” film and dealing with hypo-stained fingers. https://photopxl.com/finding-drama-in-architecture/ General Meetings are open to the public. Meetings are held in room S-002 on the lower level of the McLeod Building (building "S") at the corner of Front and Walnut Streets. The room is on the basement level from Front Street. It is located across the street from the Cotton Exchange.


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