It’s that time again! We are so excited to bring you another round of conversations about the photobook! This year we are focused on the process of how to move from concept to completion.
We are thrilled to launch the month of conversations and opportunities with Mary Virginia Swanson and Susan kae Grant with their seminar on demystifying the process of publishing.
This year we have a series of Publishers in Residence. Have a book project and need some feedback? Want to start figuring out what to do with your project? We have a group of publishers, editors, designers and consultants ready to help you find your next step.
Our publisher conversations this year include one with Minor Matters publisher Michelle Dunn Marsh and Annu Palakunnathu Matthew to discuss the process of publishing Matthew’s mid career survey The Answers Take Time.
Here is a look at month of events. More are being added daily. Check back or check our events page for more information.
Seminar – Online in the Griffin Zoom Room
Sunday June 4th – 11:00 AM – 2:00 PM Eastern / 8:00 AM Pacific
Panel Discussion & Book Signing –
Saturday June 10th – 3 to 6pm (at the Griffin Museum)
Tuesday June 13th – 2pm Eastern / 11am Pacific Preston Gannaway & Stuart Smith | Remember Me – GOST publishing
Friday June 23rd – 6 to 8pm
Publisher Conversations – Online in the Griffin Zoom Room
Thursday June 15th – 7.00pm – 8.30pm Eastern Michelle Dunn Marsh & Annu Palakunnathu Matthew
Publisher in Residence –
Saturday June 10th 11.30am to 2.30pm (Griffin Museum) – Caleb Cain Marcus
Sunday June 11th 11.00am to 1.00pm (Online) – Alexa Dilworth
Sunday June 14th 1.00am to 3.30pm (Online) – Karen Davis
Saturday June 17th 10.00am to 12.30pm (Online) – Melanie McWhorter
Saturday June 24th 11.00am to 2.00pm (Online) – Michelle Dunn Marsh
Sunday June 25th Photobook & Ephemora Sale! 1 – 5pm – Charles Meyer Collection
The Griffin Museum is honored to celebrate the life of photographer Charles Meyer with the sale of select tomes from his personal collection of photobooks as well as collected ephemera on Sunday June 25th at 1pm. Over 150 books in the collection, plus photo equipment, including a Beseler 4×5 enlarger will be available for purchase.