First Tuesday slide lecture
Carl Battreall: Denali National Park and Preserve, Is it worth it?
The award winning ASMP/Alaska First Tuesday Slide/Lecture Series will Present “Denali National Park and Preserve, Is it worth it?” featuring photographs by award winning photographer Carl Battreall.
Carl moved to Alaska in 2001 and quickly began exploring Alaska’s most remote mountain regions. Carl has explored and photographed over 200 different glaciers in twelve different mountain ranges throughout Alaska. He as built a reputation as one of Alaska’s premier wilderness photographers. He is a robust mountain and glacier explorer, and dedicated conservationist.
Carl will talk about his experiences photographing and exploring remote sections of the Alaska Range. He will also discuss his pro photo permit experience, photographing the park from the air, and details of his upcoming book project.
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.
Member Slides Night
Alaska Society of Outdoor and Nature Photographers
The first meeting of the Fall is Member Slides Night. It’s one of the highlights of the year, where we get to see YOUR images! Bring up to 20 jpg images (1024 on the long side) to share. You really don’t have to be a member of ASONP to show your images, but we’d love it if you joined!
Richard Murphy and Tami Phelps
Presented by The Alaska Photographic Center.
Richard Murphy and Tami Phelps will discuss their recent series of collaborative art works. Murphy’s photographs and Phelps’ mixed media resulted in a unique six piece exhibit: Growing Panes: Reflections on an Amaryllis.