BLOOMINGTON PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB EVENTS

THIS MONTH’S CLUB EVENTS:
Apr 2: 7 - 9 pm.
BPC Monthly Meeting
Apr 8: 7 - 9 pm.
LAWN Focus Group Mtg
Apr 9: 7 - 9 pm.
Creative and Video Techniques Mtg
Apr 14: 10 am - 6 pm.
Macro Focus Grp Field Trip
Apr 16: 7 - 9 pm.
Monthly Board Meeting
Apr 22: 7 - 9 pm.
SPUDS Focus Group Mtg
Apr 24: 7 - 9 pm.
Portrait Focus Group Mtg
Apr 25: 7 - 9 pm. Point and Shoot Focus Group Mtg

UPCOMING CLUB EVENTS:
May 7: 7 - 9 pm.
BPC Monthly Meeting
May 11: 8 am - 9 pm.
Indianapolis Field Trip
May 13: 7 - 9 pm.
LAWN Focus Group Mtg
May 20: 7 - 9 pm.
Film Users Group Meeting
May 21: 7 - 9 pm.
Monthly Board Meeting

Carpool from Ellettsville/Spencer
Tired of hunting for a parking spot for Club meetings? Several of us who live in the western hinterlands carpool to the regular meetings. If you would like details, contact Linda Harl at
lharl@indiana.edu


NON-CLUB EVENTS AND OPPORTUNITIES

Kip May Photography Workshops 2019. All workshops meet from 9 am to 5 pm at Kip May’s Studio, 141 North Adams Street, Bloomington, Indiana. Cost is $149 for each workshop. One-to-One private lessons are also available.
March 2:
Camera Basics 101
April 6: Seven Secrets to Better Photography
May 18: The World is My Studio
Click here for more information or contact Kip May at 812-345-0142

Camp Laurel Summer Camp
Camp Laurel is a premier children’s summer camp in Maine seeking photographers for the summer of 2019. Photographers are responsible for capturing, editing and posting pictures to our daily photo gallery. It’s a great opportunity for aspiring professionals to build their personal portfolio. For samples of work that our photographers produce, please check out our website, www.camplaurel.com. A few good areas on our site to review are the Yearbook ArchivesFilms and Staff Experience sections. Interested applicants should contact me at staff@camplaurel.com or call 203.227.8866. You can also apply online at the web address given above. We look forward to hearing from any interested applicants.

PALS. People & Animal Learning Services (PALS) is looking for volunteers to photograph their program, facility and events. If interested please contact Cynthia Wakley for more information.

Indiana Barn Foundation. Help the Foundation survey the state's barns while taking photos for fun.  Find more information here and on their Facebook page.  For further questions, contact Danielle Bachant-Bell at monroecountybarns@gmail.com 

City of Bloomington seeking iconic photos of Bloomington.
Message from Laura Collins:  Hello! I am the Digital Communications Specialist for the City of Bloomington in the Office of the Mayor. I have been tasked with designing ads to appear in Bloom magazine for the entire year of 2019. These ads are meant to promote Bloomington as a dynamic, beautiful, cultured place to live all phases of life. I was thinking it would be really meaningful for the City to feature photos taken by talented members of our very own community, along with text that gives credit to the person who took the photo. I'm hoping to acquire photos of iconic Bloomington landscapes, landmarks, and festivals - photos of the Buskirk Chumley, Lotus, Krampus, Farmers Market, Lake Griffy, a couple riding their bikes through downtown, 4th Street Festival, Rose Hill Cemetery...anything that is quintessential Bloomington. Unfortunately, I do not have money in the budget to offer compensation to the photographers - this would be a "for the love of the community" type endeavor. I'd be happy to provide further details. Please contact me at collins@bloomington.in.gov

Pictura Gallery Exhibit: Oliver Klink, "Cultures in Transition"
Now through June 1. "
Cultures in Transition" is a series of documentary stories photographed with awareness and artistry by Oliver Klink. Looking into the lives of those who wish to preserve tradition, the exhibit focuses on three communities that are dealing with the growing tension between the cultural diversity of the past and the homogenized present. Photographs span the remote regions in the Sichuan Mountains and the eagle hunters in the Altai Mountains of Mongolia.


I always thought of photography as a naughty thing to do — that was one of my favorite things about it, and when I first did it, I felt very perverse.
— Diane Arbus