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February 2020
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Presentation by Robb Hill - "The Narrative Landscape" (7:30 PM EST)
Robb Hill Bio My work focuses on understanding identity by looking at how people alter the land to create a sense of self. I call my practice creative non-fiction. By blending personal narrative with documentary methodology I try to remove the omniscient narrator from my work to allow viewers to be welcomed participants.  My project HomeLands has been featured in the New York Times Lens Blog and NPR’s Picture Show, and Lenscratch. And has been exhibited throughout the mid-west. I grew up in the tiny town of Utica, Indiana. Went to Indiana University for college and have lived and worked in Budapest, Chicago, Atlanta and now Washington DC.  My talk will be unpacking my ideas of how people form identity from the land they are on.  I start my talks with a brief history of my photographic background (with images) so people can see how my approach to photography has evolved over time. By using my HomeLands project ( I talk about ideas of photographing landscapes as a way to look for identity.
PSA - Projected Images Division (12:00 AM EST)
Status: Judged, Results Hidden
PSA Nature (12:00 AM EST)
Status: Closed Closed: Friday, January 24, 2020 11:59 PM
PSA Photo Travel (12:00 AM EST)
Status: Judged, Results Hidden
Competition Judge: Jean Pierre Ple (7:30 PM EST)
Jean Pierre Plé Jean-Pierre’s interest in photography goes back to the 1970s in conjunction with his desire to record a solo crossing of the United States by bicycle.  Influenced by Galen Rowell, his camera has since been an essential part of his gear whether sea kayaking in Alaska, trekking in Patagonia, or backpacking in West Virginia’s Monongahela National Forest.  His subjects have expanded from an original focus on nature and landscapes, to now also include abstracts, architecture, macro, contemplative, and street photography, almost anything where a strong visual and emotional message is formed by shapes, lines, or contrast in color or tones.  Jean-Pierre switched from film to digital about 5 years ago, and his last film experience was with a large format (4x5) camera.  He enjoyed large format because it forced him to slow down, to concentrate, and really think what he was trying to create (all the while looking at an image on the ground glass that was up-side down and reversed).  His most recent work is greatly influenced from working with Freeman Patterson, Joseph Miller, Joe Cameron, and Sam Abell, all of whom have helped him to improve his ability to “see” and to better incorporate principles visual design in his images. He is a member of the North Bethesda Camera Club.  His work has been part of numerous group exhibitions in the Washington, DC area, including the Washington Printmakers Gallery, Dupont Underground, Waverly Street Gallery, the Photoworks Gallery, PhotoWalk in Crystal City, Nature Visions, Lowe House of Delegates in Annapolis, Herndon ArtSpace, and Joe Miller’s annual abstract exhibits.
February Theme: Interactions (between people, animals, or. . . you decide!) (7:30 PM EST)
Status: Closed Closed: Sunday, February 16, 2020 11:59 PM Competition Type: Monthly Theme 2016
February Theme: Winter Digital Art (7:30 PM EST)
Status: Closed Closed: Sunday, February 16, 2020 11:59 PM Competition Type: Monthly Theme 2016
February: Open Digital (7:30 PM EST)
Status: Closed Closed: Sunday, February 16, 2020 11:59 PM

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