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Programs will take place at the Edward King House, 35 King Street, Newport Rhode Island
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Doors open at 6:30 p.m. and the program begins at 7 PM. unless a different time is listed.

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2019-2020 Schedule of Presentations and Events

Visit this page for updates and additions as the new season is still being planned.

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Registartion now open for the Photographers' Eye:The Art of Photography- an exhibit in the Newport Public Library

March 11th-winter exhibit image removal;

Serena Parente Charlebois presents-
There and Back Again

This program describes how I tell the story of my wanderings and travels in a way that, I hope, allows others to experience the journey, delight in the details and explore other cultures and landscapes through my eyes and photographic artistry.

BIO: Photographic Artist, Serena Parente Charlebois of Serena’s Studio, is owner of Serena’s Studio, in Little Compton, RI;  a full time portrait studio in 1991. 
Serena is an award-winning photographer specializing in black & white and fine art photography. 
She is certified by the Professional Photographers of America, and has earned both her Master Photographer degree and Photographic Craftsman degree. 
Serena has received national recognition for her ability to capture emotional and natural portraits of children and their families.
Artist inspiration:

"I fell in love with the art of photography when I was just 9 years old. The rich memories captured and claimed forever on paper fascinated me."

"I try to compose and create images as if they were a song. I want my compositions to flow and engage and be a wonderful piece of art, that makes you always want to come back and experience again and again."

April 8th- Invitational Exhibit opening

Lindsay Elgin presents- How to Evaluate Your Own Work- This presentation will be a general discussion of editing images – not in terms of image processing, but how to approach evaluating your own work. We'll cover both technical standards for images, as well as more complicated considerations for determining which images work, and which, inexplicably, fall flat. We'll be looking at how to make good decisions about choosing images in general terms, as well as for exhibits and portfolios.

May 13th-Bob Kidd presents- Finding Your Voice- Shoot What You Can't Help But Shoot

June 10th- Eileen McCarney Muldoon presents! Topic to be shared at a later date

July- picnic- date and place to be shared at a later time

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