First Tuesday slide lecture
with Mitch Kitter of Propaganda AK Photography
In the summer of 2012 Mitch Kitter and Shalem Mathew started the Love is Love project. During the first stage of the project they photographed 28 Vibrant LGBT families from all over Alaska. With the successful funding of the Love is Love Kickstarter, Kitter and Mathew are taking the project on the road to the lower 48. Starting in May they will travel to states such as Kansas, Arizona, Florida, Arkansas, and Montana. Mitch will be on hand to talk about the project and share photos.
First Tuesday slide lectures are held the first Tuesday of every month October through May at 7:00PM
First Thursday Photo Lunch
No host, no agenda, lunch for anyone interested in photography, first Thursday of each month. Just come.
Afghan Americans: A Photo Essay
Join Alaska Quarterly Review for a photo essay by documentary photographer Andrea Bruce that explores how Afghan-Americans living in Afghanistan define themselves, and how they bridge the two very different cultures that they love but often find to be at odds. "Afghan-Americans: Diptychs" was originally published in Alaska Quarterly Review and subsequently recognized by the New Yorker.
Focused on Dogs – Photography by Jeff Schultz
First Friday show, "Focused on Dogs" featuring the photography of Jeff Schultz, official photographer of the Iditarod.
Michael DeYoung presents: Backcountry Landscapes & Adventure Photography in the Desert
Michael will present images captured during extended trips in the Grand Canyon, hidden gems inZion, and the Colorado Plateau.
Loren Holmes: 3000 Miles Along the Iditarod
Alaska Dispatch photojournalist Loren Holmes will share photos from the past three Iditarod races and talk about the challenges of covering The Last Great Race.