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Thursday
Apr182013

Artist talk by Patricia Lay-Dorsey, on her exhibit 'Falling Into Place: Self Portraits'

Patricia Lay-Dorsey (also known as Grandma Techno) tells the story of living life with a disability after she was diagnosed with chronic (primary) progressive Multiple Sclerosis in the 1980's. This talk about her solo exhibit at Fovea is a collection of self-portraits made in the last few years that document the realities of her life - and her continued independence and spunk.

On view from April 12th through July 7th 2013

This was a public talk given in conjunction with the exhibition at Fovea Exhibitions in Beacon on Saturday, April 12th, 2011.

Filmed by Fovea Volunteer J.P. Pacquing

 

 

Friday
Aug192011

 

Photographer Emily Schiffer discusses her experiences with the children she photographed and their subsequent experiences, as documented in the exhibit 'Children of the Cheyenne River' on view from July 23rd-September 4th 2011.

This was a public talk given in conjunction with the exhibition at Fovea Exhibitions in Beacon on Saturday, August 13th, 2011.

Filmed by volunteer J.P. Pacquing

 

Tuesday
Jul192011

Contributing photojournalists to the JAPAN NOW exhibition, American Jake Price (based in New York) and Britan's Adam Dean (based in Bejing) discuss their experiences covering the unfolding tragedy in Japan.

A public talk given at the opening reception at Fovea Exhibitions in Beacon on Saturday, May 14th, 2011.

Filmed by volunteer J.P. Pacquing

 

Jonathan Torgovnik speaks about how he came to photograph this topic in Rwanda, and the result of the exhibitions and book on the lives of these families.

A public talk given at the opening reception at Fovea Exhibitions in Beacon on Saturday, June 19th, 2010

Filmed by volunteer Gary Miller




From the installation of renowned photojournalist Ron Haviv's photographs by the volunteer team, to his discussion on covering the massive earthquake in Haiti. Fovea welcomes back Ron Haviv who shares his experiences with the people

of Haiti. A public talk given at the opening reception at Fovea Exhibitions in Beacon the week of April 10th, 2010

Filmed by volunteer Adrien Eisenhower.

 

 

 

 

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