A PORTLAND PHOTO WALKABOUT with MARK FITZGERALD
Now scheduled for March 26th between 1PM to 5 PM. Please call (503) 228-0706 to register!
Join renowned Portland photographer Mark Fitzgerald for a Photo Walkabout!
Participants will first meet at OSA for a short class and outline of the goals and objectives of the afternoon.
You will walk along NW 23rd and Nob Hill with an eye to the photo worthy. Mark will help attendees identify interesting subjects and explore camera techniques. He will suggest to attendees that they challenge themselves to do some people photography on the street, which can be intimidating for some photographers. The group will return to OSA by 4pm where participants are invited to share their photographs.
iPhone photographers are welcome to join the fun.
Photographers are invited to enter these images into OSA’s Photography Showcase opening on Thursday, April 6. Images taken from this City Walkabout will be grouped together and the juror will pick their “Best of the Collection”.
Attendees should wear comfortable walking shoes and dress for the weather. The walkabout will continue rain or shine.
$50 to includes the Walkabout and entry for up to two pieces in OSA’s Photography Showcase
$20 to join the Walkabout
Please call the office to register: 503-228-0706
It’s going to be a fabulous afternoon!
Two upcoming programs to put on your calendars. More information and details to come:
OSA In a Day, An Art Sampler
Saturday, April 15 | 9am – 4pm | $45 - $75 |
A day of online art demonstrations with participating artists: Joanne Kollman, Rita Sabler, Chas Martin and Dorota Haber-Lehigh and more! This program will be presented on Zoom. You may purchase attendance for either the morning, the afternoon, or the full day. Details coming soon.
Crepe Paper Flower Making with Jennifer Mark
Thursday, May 18 | 6p – 9p | $20
Help OSA prepare for the Rose Festival Art Show! We’ll learn to make giant crepe paper roses that will be on display for the opening of the Rose Festival Art Show. Each participant will create two flowers, a small one to take home and a large one to add to OSA’s decorative bouquet! Fee covers supplies and light refreshments. More details to follow.
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