Photoville 2013 hosted 24 workshops tailored towards professionals, beginners, and children were presented over the 2 long weekends. In partnership with industry leaders, UPI presented hands-on sessions that included Lighting, Portrait Photography, Book Making, Cyanotypes, Marketing, Editing, and Rock n’ Roll Photography!
A vast storefront in One Brooklyn Bridge Park was the setting for 26 Artist & Curatorial Talks on such diverse topics as Photo-Books, Community Collaborations, and Marketing – as well as providing day-long Professional Development sessions & a Portfolio Peer Review, in partnership with Photoshelter.
Click on each day below for more information, and a detailed look back at our daily programming during Photoville 2013
Photoville 2013 Daytime Programming was made possible thanks to our wonderful programming partners:
Daytime Programming is made possible by One Brooklyn Bridge Park and features aCurator, Julie Grahame, and Stella Kramer, Anastasia Gallery, BagNewsNotes, Baang & Burne Contemporary, Nina Berman, bigflannel, Booklyn, Brooklyn Central, Bushwick Community Darkroom, Penumbra’s Center for Alternative Photography, Conveyor Arts, Daylight Books, En Foco, Flak Photo and Andy Adams, Featureshoot, FotoVisura, Fred Ritchin, Future Imagemakers, David Graham, Impossible Project, INSTITUTE, Viktor Koen, Lomography, Anais Lopez, the Magnum Foundation, Museum of the City of New York, Open Society Foundations, Photoville NYC, PhotoVoice, Photo Manhattan, PhotoShelter, Fred Ritchin, Talking Eyes Media, Jerry Vezzuso, Justina Villanueva, VII, Visionaries.