Date(s) - 05/05 - 06/30
7:00pm - 8:30pm
A History of Photography: A Salon-Style Lecture Series
Photographer and art historian Jeffrey Martz returns to The Image Flow, presenting the origins of photography and the trajectory of this new technology from the early 1800s to early 1900s.
Every other Thursday
May 5–June 30, 2022, 7–8:30PM
$125 for 5 sessions
Session 1: The Origins of Photography
Session 2: The Pioneers of Photography
Sessions 3–4: The Documents of Photography
Session 5: The Art of Photography
From the first chemical experiments of the 1830s to the digital works of today, photography has fundamentally shaped our modern world. Join photographer and veteran teacher Jeffrey Martz as we learn the varied, complex story behind history’s most consequential revolution in communication.
A seasoned traveler and fine art photographer, Jeffrey Martz earned his MFA in Photography from Utah State in 1997. He has taught graduate Art History at his alma mater and currently teaches photography & Art History at Archie Williams High School in San Anselmo, California.
This lecture series is split into 3 parts of 5 sessions each, for a total of 15 lectures.
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© Louis Jacques Mandé Daguerre, Still Life, 1837, daguerreotype
© Southworth & Hawes, Alice Mary Hawes, c. 1852
© Eadweard Muybridge, Leland Stanford Jr. on his pony – phases of a stride by a pony while cantering
© Felix Bonfils, The Sphinx Partially Excavated, Egypt
© Lady Clementina Hawarden, Untitled photographic study, early 1860s