Photo Café: talks on photography
Photo Café: talks on photography is a conversation series about photography with industry professionals. Here we talk about topics such as analogue photography, education, getting your work seen, and opportunity while also digging deeper to address the impact of systemic inequality.
Photo Café is a community program open to everyone. We encourage our audience to ask questions, network, and join us in our conversations to create better industry standards for everyone. Photo Café is presented by Seeing Collective (SeeC) and co-hosted by BKC.
Fall 2019 Upcoming Programming:
Nov 22, 2019 // 7pm-9pm at BKC:: Photo Books: different approaches to publishing
•Phyllis Galembo: books include Maske (2010/2016) and Mexico, Masks & Rituals (2019)
•Colin Stearns: published professor of “Contemporary Photo Books” at Parsons
•Judith Stenneken: self-published Illuminate Naturally in Darkness (2017)
Oct 25, 2019 // 7pm-9pm at BKC:: Documenting A Neighborhood: how we document communities
•Chrystofer Davis: photographer documenting Newark, NJ
•Terrence Miele: photographer documenting Williamsburg in the 1990s; photographer of "I Can Be Pretty Too"
Sept 27, 2019 // 7pm-9pm at BKC:: Education and Educators: the value and role of teachers, students, and academic resources
•Iliana Cepero: professor of art history and visual studies at The New School
May 24, 2019 7-9pm at BKC:: A Fair Industry: visibility and opportunity
Speakers: Ariana Faye Allensworth (Photographer & Educator), Jai Lennard (Photographer & Founder of Color Positive), Christian Rodriguez (Photographer & NYC Salt Alumni), Richard Akuson (Founder of A Nasty Boy)
April 26, 2019 7-9pm at BKC:: Analogue: the continued relevance of film and darkrooms
Lonnie Graham (Film Photographer)
March 15, 2019 7-9pm at BKC:: Seasoned Photographers: sustaining a long career