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October 30, 2006

Photo Plus Expo

The Photo Plus Expo in New York is this week. It starts on Thursday and runs through Saturday.

The 2006 Photography & Design Conference is the most comprehensive learning event in the photographic and imaging industries. This year's conference will offer over 100 in-depth photography and design seminars, including several hands-on workshops, taught by world-renowned experts. You'll find information-packed, idea-generating sessions at the only conference in the country that's 100% focused on photography, design & imaging.

My friend, and consultant, Ian Summers will be presenting a seminar at Photo Expo. It takes place on Saturday, at 9:00 AM.

Is your photo career on track? Do you have a clear vision of your creative strengths and which talents will generate work in today’s market? Ian Summers, an advertising and publishing creative director turned creative coach, will show you how to diversify your business and realize your creative vision in a seemingly chaotic marketplace.

Posted by Don Tracy at 1:09 PM

October 27, 2006

Manayunk Art Studio Open House

The annual Mill Artist Studios open house is on Saturday and Sunday, November 4th and 5th, from Noon to 5:00.

I'll be joining more than forty other artists, and opening my new studio to the public.

Please stop down, take a look at some new work, have a bite to eat and chat awhile.

The studio is located at 126 Leverington Ave, Studio #101, at the corner of Baker St. There's plenty of free parking.

Here's more information.

Posted by Don Tracy at 7:48 PM

Catholic Seminary Photo Project

I'll be showing a preliminary sketch slide show of my seminary photo project, on Sunday October 29, from Noon to 5:00 at the St. Charles Borromeo Seminary open house. This Catholic seminary is located at the 100 Wynnewood Road, at the corner of City Line Ave.

The work will be shown in the main entrance to the seminary, where the open house tours begin.

Here is some more information and directions to St. Charles. Hope to see you there.

Posted by Don Tracy at 7:31 PM