Central Coast Photographic Society
Shares artistic and technical experiences with photographers.
Meets the second Tuesday of each month at the Museum.
For questions or more information contact:
NOVEMBER / DECEMBER GROUP NEWS
November 11, 7pm: Please join us in the Nybak Wing for a slide show preview of all the images entered for our upcoming Reflections exhibition in the Gray Wing. The names of the photographers and the titles of the photographs will not be revealed in this blind presentation.
SEMPTEMBER / OCTOBER GROUP NEWS
September 9, 7 pm: Last spring Dave Coronel fulfilled a
longing to photograph old cars from the 1950s on the streets in Havana, Cuba. The most inspiring thing he found there however, were the fun-loving people that you’ll see in his slide show presentation.
October 14, 7 pm: If photography can have a narrative, then it can also be poetic. Join us for a program featuring fusion of the photo and the poetic by Steven Boothe.
See details of CCPS’s Reflections: Artistic Expression Through Photography in Call for Artists on this page.
JULY / AUGUST GROUP NEWS
July 8, 7 pm: This meeting features the YouTube presentationof Jill Enfield’s Guide to Photographic Alternative Processes.
August 12, 7 pm: James Crawford, featured in the August 2014 issue #104 of Black & White Magazine, will give a slide show presentation entitled Black & White Story Along with Color.
MAY / JUNE GROUP NEWS
May 13, 7 pm: Steve E. Miller will give an ARTalk in place of our regular meeting, discussing his photography as well as our current exhibition, Going Mobile now on view in the McMeen Gallery. This is a free event open to the public.
June 10, 7 pm: Noelle Luchino, 2nd Place and People’s Choice winner of our April exhibit, will give background of her interest in photography and a slide show presentation of her favorite images and the locations where they were taken.
MARCH /APRIL GROUP NEWS
March 11, 7 pm: If there is one place in the United States that takes you back to an earlier time, it is The Palouse. Located just south of Spokane, Washington, it has a wealth of old family farms, abandoned houses, and landscapes that have stories to tell. Please join us for a slideshow presentation by Dorothy Cutter who knows those stories.