Join artists David Weinberg and Alyssa Minahan as they share their photography and their journey into the world of fine art photography with us. Both Weinberg and Minahan are Griffin Museum of Photography members and their work has been selected by Hamidah Glasgow to be part of The 23rd Griffin Museum Juried Exhibition – Ed Friedman Legacy. Come and learn more!
Alyssa Minahan is an artist and educator based in Boston who recently completed her MFA in Photography at the Massachusetts College of Art and Design. She has exhibited her work at numerous galleries and museums, including the Danforth Art Museum, Bakalar and Paine Galleries, New Art Center and Photographic Center Northwest. In addition, Alyssa’s work has been featured in Harper’s Magazine, Phases Magazine and A Process 2.0, a performative exhibition curated by Der Greif Magazine during Kraków Photomonth.
After a thirty year career inacademic medicine at a Boston teaching hospital, David Weinberg turned his long-standing interests in fine art photography and digital imaging into a second career as a professional photographer. He received a certificate in photography from the College of Communications at Boston University in 2006. He is the curator of Gallery 93, is a member of Galatea Fine Art, and has a studio in Brookline, Massachusetts.