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Photoworks was launched nearly 50 years ago and over time it has grown to meet the needs of the community, providing a venue and programs for artists. Photoworks remains a unique resource for photographers of all levels – an arts community in the best sense of the word.

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Street Photography Inspiration through Gordon Parks

Documentary Viewing and Discussion 

Sat, Jan 4th, 5:30-8:30pm at Photoworks 

Free Event 

Come join us as we learn from a critique of Gordon Parks’ style and learn more about his life through, “A Choice of Weapons: Inspired by Gordon Parks”. We will be taking over the computer lab and encourage you to bring blankets and pillows, picnic style. Feel free to bring food to enjoy during the event. Light refreshments (Beer, Wine, Soda) and popcorn will be available as well throughout the movie.

Photographer

Messay Shoakena

Artist Talk and Demonstration 

Sat, Feb 18th, 2-4pm at Photoworks 

Free Event 

Join us on Saturday, Feb 18th, from 2-4pm, as we welcome photographer, Messay Shoakena, for an artist talk and demonstration of his photographic practice. Based in Washington, D.C., Messay Shoakena is a photographer who grew up in Ethiopia, Madagascar, Kenya, Cameroon, and the United States. Through his travels to various countries, he has developed a strong appreciation of different cultures and their beauty which he shares through his street photography work.

Listening to the Silence 

Exhibit by Stephen Greenberg 

Jan 13th - March 5th

Opening Reception at Photoworks:

Saturday, Jan 14th, 5-9pm​

This exhibition, with its images and verse, is an attempt to differentiate between History and Memory. “History” is defined here as the more-or-less “official” account of the world, as given to us by some external authority. It is represented here by images of oddly anonymous war monuments, all within 75 miles of the Photoworks Gallery. In contrast, “Memory” is made up of the signposts and benchmarks we find or make for ourselves.  Again, the images are local; all were taken within 30 miles of the gallery.

Coffee & Critique 
with Karen Keating
at the Photoworks Studio

Join us for a photo jam session to view and discuss your images. Minimum age 16.

Sunday: 10am-noon

 

2023 Jan - July Dates:

January 8
February 5
March19
April 16
May 21
June 11
July 23

Photo Matters
with Stephen Greenberg
Online

Photo Matters is a place where people can come and discuss all things photographic. Photoworks instructors will be invited to talk about their class offerings. Participants will be welcome to show their work, but formal critiques will NOT be offered; that will be reserved for our Coffee and Critique Sessions.

 

Oct 30

Nov 20 

Dec 18

Feb 19 

Mar 12

Winter Classes!
Winter 2023

Register Now! View our full list of classes. 

This Fall and Winter we are offering a variety of classes. We offer in person, online, and offsite (field trip based) classes.

And don't forget about Kid's and Teen's Photography Meet Up Nights!

2022 A year in Review
with Photoworks



Thank you for a fabulous year! 
Please read our end of year letter below. 

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A B O U T  P H O T O W O R K S

Photoworks is a vibrant and unique resource for photographers. Our philosophy is simple: Creative dialogue with fellow photographers, an intimate learning environment, and outstanding faculty are the ingredients for creative growth.

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