SlowExposures Portfolio Review
Reviewers are Alyssa Coppelman, Gordon Stettinius, and John Bennette
Friday, Sept. 20, 2019, 2 - 4 pm
Open to only 6 Photographers
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SlowExposures' 2019 Jurors, Alyssa Coppelman and Gordon Stettinius have made their selections . Congratulations to all photographers whose work we will see in our Exhibition in September! Thank you to all who entered! You can find a list of all SlowExposures' 2019 Photographers here.
Hope to see everyone in September!
September 19 - 22, 2019
A wonderful time was had by all at our annual SlowAIR picnic dinner at Split Oak Farm. We enjoyed a wonderful meal, followed by a fantastic thunderstorm.
A very special Thank You to all Young Photographers who entered SlowExposures' Young Photographers Show. Your entries will soon be in the hands of our Jurors, Dr. Dan Dunnahoo and Fawne DeRosia. We will let you know the results as soon as we hear from them.
Hope to see you at our Young Photographers' Reception and Awards Ceremony, September 22, 2019.
SlowExposures is proud to announce that our 2019 SlowAIR Recipients (Artists in Residence) are Brooke White and Neil McGahee
Brooke White is from Oxford, Mississippi. During her time in Pike County, Georgia, Brooke plans on continuing her work on her project "Sense of South", with the goal of expanding her expertise on the wet plate collodion process.
Neil McGahee lives in Pinehurst, Georgia. While in Pike County as an Artist in Residence, Neil wishes to produce a photo documentary of how people have fared in this region of the country, after the textile mills, which gave many of them employment, disappeared.
Please stop by the Tenant House at the Eliot Helms B&B during SlowExposures 2019 (September 19 - 22) to see what these photographers have accomplished during their time as SlowAIRs.
Remembering SlowExposures 2018
September 20 - 23, 2018
A blast from the past and a flavor of SlowExposures from a video by Houck Medford in 2015, helping us celebrate SlowExposures 2016!
"The slow pacing of the four days facilitates a saturated adsorption. The genuineness of this community provides healing time from the rapid pace of another life that everyone brought with them but left checked at the county line."
Houck and K.B. Medford from Houck Medford's Journal