The first in our series of PDN 30 educational seminars is coming to New York City on March 14.
“Transitions: Strategies for the Young Working Photographer,” will take place at the School of Visual Arts Theatre, 333 W. 23rd Street, New York City, on Monday, March 14, from 6:30 to 8:00pm; a reception with the panelists and sponsors follows the seminar. The seminar is free; seats are available on a first come, first served basis.
The panelists are:
PDN 30 photographers Rachel Barrett, Pari Dukovic, Justine Reyes; Sony Artisan of Imagery David McLain; and Allyson Torrisi, director of photography, Popular Mechanics. The seminar moderator will be Holly Stuart Hughes of PDN.
The PDN 30 seminars are made possible thanks to Sony, Kodak, Canson and ASMP.
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