Dear CCCC Members,
Our first Juried Exhibition of the year will be on Tuesday, February 5, 2019. The exhibition rules will follow the same as in 2018. Categories you may enter are the following: Unscored, Prints, Open, Nature, People and Altered Reality. You may enter a total of three images, one per category, in any of the six listed categories. Full instructions can be found at the Club website: https://cccameraclub.com If you need further assistance with your submissions you may contact me directly: Stuart Wilson. Submission deadline is midnight, the Friday before Juried Exhibition via email to our Projected Images Director.
Our judges for February are:
Marcia Rubenstein received her MFA in Studio Arts from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Marcia has been an educator in the photographic field for nearly 30 years, most recently the Program Chair for the MFA in Photography Program at Brooks Institute. In this role she taught advanced seminar courses and focused on guiding graduate students through their theses and culminating exhibitions.
Assuming various leadership positions throughout her career, Marcia has served as a leader in the development of new curriculum reflecting changing industry standards. Today Marcia is a founding Board member of The Ernest Brooks Foundation. The Foundation seeks to enhance imaging arts education through academic and professional programs that will serve the local community as well as the Brooks’ alumni and the photographic industry. In her role coordinating educational outreach, Marcia has been instrumental in beginning a collaboration with UC Santa Barbara, “Brooks at UCSB”, to offer new photography courses.
David Palermo: “My interest in photography started in 8th grade when I saw my first black and white photograph appear in a tray in a darkroom. It was magic! I then discovered Ansel Adams’ work and I got even more absorbed in it. In fact I sold 2 of the 3 autographed Ansel Adams books I had in order to purchase my first camera. My main passion is creating landscape photographs in black and white. I also photograph homes, people, museums, retail, as well as resorts, and even aircraft. I do that kind of work to support my fine-art landscape photography.”
Stephen Sherrill received a degree in fine arts from San Jose State University. He has experience in numerous mediums such as painting, drawing, sculpture, jewelry, ceramics, glass blowing, wood working, metal working and photography. He has been involved in photography for over 40 years, first as a hobby and today as an award winning internationally published professional. He photographs a wide variety of subjects but his specialty is dance, and live theater performance. He is currently a staff photographer for the University of California Santa Barbara, Department of Theater and Dance and, for the past six years, has toured as the official dance company photographer with the UCSB Dance Company to various cities in Europe. His dance photography has appeared in numerous publications at home and abroad.
- Stuart Wilson