We welcome photographers with all levels of abilities!

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Programs take place at the Edward King House, 35 King Street, Newport Rhode Island
Select this link to view the parking map

Doors open at 6:30 p.m. and the program begins at 7 PM. unless a different time is listed.

For more information about the Edward King House, select this link.


2020-2021 Schedule

If you have ideas for a speaker or presentation, please share them with our program chair, Jody Brown


The September presentation has been recorded. Use this link to presentation to access the program.


If you missed the presentation, here's a link to the recording

October 14th- Deb Ehrens-  A 'Visual Conversation'  (link to exhibit the presentation is based on)



Use this link to view the recording of the presentation

       


Thank you to the many members who shared images.  If you missed the event, use this link to see the recording of the images presented

 


Winter Members Juried Exhibit-

-This exhibit will be digital and shared with the public on our website. 
-Only Newport Photo Guild members are eligible to submit 1 or 2 images for the exhibit. 
-There is no entry fee for this exhibit and no cash awards
-Awards will be presented February 10th before the scheduled program.

-Images will be judged by Lindsay Elgin

Image submission
January 12th- February 3rd- Exhibit; use email “Subject”- NPG Exhibit

Submit your jpeg image digitally to nptphotoguild@gmail.com

Rename your picture file- last name_ first initial_ title of image.
If you need help renaming files, let us know.


February 10th- Eileen McCarney Muldoon presents- "The Art of the Personal Project.    Personal projects challenge and identify us as artists. Creating a body of work starts with passion but needs planning and patience to complete. presentation will provide the framework and tools to move your vision closer to the reality of creating your unique personal project.  We will work step by step through the process of telling a story, sequencing images, the role of writing and working on your creative voice.

Eileen is a longtime Guild member, photographer, instructor, and presenter.  To learn more about Eileen, visit her website. 

March 10th- Black and White Photography- presented by Cindy Wilson

Guild board member Cindy Wilson is a gifted photographer and presenter.  Black and white photography is a basic element of the craft and the presentation should provide ideas for photographers of all skill levels.  For more information about Cindy, visit her website

April 14th- David DeMelim presents-

David is the driving force for the Rhode Island Center for Photographic Arts and an outstanding photographer. Use the links for more about RICPA and David.

May 12th- Keith Prue (Art League RI) presents “Inside the Lightbox – discovering diptychs, triptychs and quadcryptics.” Keith explores the arrangement of images within a frame.

This will be Keith's first visit to the Guild and we eagerly look forward to his presentation.  Information about him and his work can be found using this link.

Keith picked up his first camera at age fourteen in England where he was born and raised. He is a substantially self-taught artist, attending workshops in the USA and overseas with internationally acclaimed master photographer Ernesto Bazan, and studying for two years with the late Ben Lifson, one of the world’s most prominent photography writers and critics. He travels extensively—living and working on four continents and visiting more than fifty countries.

Exhibiting online and showing in group exhibitions in the USA and Mexico, his photographs are held in private collections in the USA, Mexico, Brazil, Uruguay, UK and France. Keith is an Elected Artist Gallery Member and Board Member of Art League RI, and an Exhibiting Member of the RI Center for Photographic Arts. He resides in Rhode Island, USA.


June 9th- Mike Rice will share information about the latest equipment on the market and answer questions regarding all equipment.  He is a knowledgable photographer who also can clearly explain photography and equipment. 

 


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