Free lecture in Beaverton, Oregon

Discussion in 'Photographers' started by Robert Brummitt, Jul 23, 2005.

  1. Robert Brummitt

    Robert Brummitt Member

    Nov 18, 2004
    Portland, Or
    Large Format
    Portland Photographers Forum
    Two Photographic visions
    Ryuijie Douglas and Martha Casanave
    Free lecture
    Friday, August 19 2005, 7-9:00pm
    at the Beaverton Resource Center
    12500 SW Allen Blvd.

    Two of the finest west coast photographers are giving a free lecture and show of work. They will discuss how they approach their work, how they like to experiment with different ways of producing their work and share how photography is a wonderful medium for expression. There will be prints as well as slides during the lecture. If you love photography then you must come to this free lecture. For samples of the speakers work go to or

    The date is August 19 2005. Starting at 7:00pm. This is a free lecture! There will be questions and answer and time to meet the artist after the lecture.

    If you have any questions about the lecture or about Portland Photographers Forum contact Robert by email at or visit the PPF website at

    Portland Photographers Forum is a non profit organization that promotes fine art photography and photographers.
  2. roteague

    roteague Member

    Jul 15, 2004
    Kaneohe, Haw
    4x5 Format
    Thanks Robert. I was out in Portland in late May; it seemed like a nice town, and I really enjoyed the downtown area. While in town I visited Christopher Burkett (me him and his wife) and Jens Jensen (Jensen Optical) where he showed us his large format color enlargers (a bit out of my price range however).
  3. Peter Schrager

    Peter Schrager Subscriber

    Jul 19, 2004
    fairfield co
    Large Format

    Robert-the PPF is a GREAT resource! Kind of wish I lived a wee bit closer. Always seems like the smaller cities and the West Coast in particular has it more together than the East coast ever does. I do have NYC as a resource but that is in a totally different vein. Makes me want move out West. Enjoy the Lecture.
    Regards, Peter Schrager