Photoshop Generative AI Image
Tuesday, November 28, 2023
Remote Meeting (See Instructions/Get Zoom Link Emailed)
Submission Deadline: November 13th, 2023
Our theme for this camera club season is photo projects. This guest critique is an opportunity to get feedback on two images that are part of a project you are working on. The photos can be any subject, but the two photos must go together in some way. Please review the image submission guidelines below and then use the Dropbox link to submit your images.
Erin enjoys interacting with each person as she critiques the images, so you must be present on the Zoom to participate. In case there are too many images to cover in one evening, Erin will prioritize the images she feels will be most informative to the group as a whole.
Erin Carey is an independent curator, artist and educator based in New England; she earned her B.A. in Art History and Criticism from Sarah Lawrence College and an M.F.A. in Studio Arts from Tufts University. Prior to its closure in 2020, Erin served as the Academic Director and Gallery Director at NESOP, curating more than 100 exhibits featuring works by artists from around the U.S and Europe. Her recent curatorial projects include “Ripening Towards the Knife” (2020) and “Let America” (2021) for the Photographic Resource Center. Erin’s photographic work explores the nuances of the American landscape and its vernacular. Her ongoing project, A Spring that Love Remembered, debuted in the summer of 2020 and addresses the landscape of loss and the experience of ecstatic time. Erin is the Assistant Director of Graduate Admissions for the MFA program of Studio Art at Tufts University and is a part-time preparator at the Addison Gallery of American Art in Andover. She currently serves on the Board of Directors at the Griffin Museum of Photography. To learn more about Erin, please visit her website.
Number of Images:
Please submit 2 images that are related in some way.
For example: NYM_Light Painting_1.jpg, NYM_Light Painting_2.jpg
Note that the Project Name should be the same for both photos.
1920 pixels on the long side.