The 11th NAPƒS meeting of 2017 will be held Thursday, November 2nd starting at 7PM.
The meeting location is United Christian Church at 3500 West Parmer Lane, Austin, TX. 78727 – MAP
7:00-7:15PM Meet & Greet, Member Print Exhibition
7:15-7:30PM Open meeting, Member Print Exhibition Q&A
7:30-9:00PM Competition, Presentation
Member Print Exhibition
During the Meet & Greet, Marsha Robinson will exhibit a selection of her printed photographs. Once the meeting starts, Marsha will speak for a few minutes about her work and answer questions.
Submission Deadline: Midnight, Saturday, October 28, 2017
November’s competition theme is Faces of Man and will be judged by our speaker for the evening, Kirk Marsh.
Submissions are divided into two classes and each club member is free to choose which class to enter. For more info, read this post about classes.
The monthly NAPƒS competition is meant to be fun, inspirational, and educational. The judging and associated critiques are positive, supportive, and a useful learning tool.
A reminder – you must join NAPƒS to take part in 2017 competitions. The cost of membership is only $24 and your annual contribution is used 100% in support of club operations and activities.
Speaker – Kirk Marsh
Kirk will speak about the importance of personal work and the joys of self portraiture for testing and art. He’ll also speak about the surreal and comedic portraits he creates for people and his use of Photoshop. Kirk will then open the floor to Q and A.
About Kirk Marsh
Kirk Marsh is an environmental portrait, editorial, and commercial photographer specializing in conceptual narratives.
His love of Photoshop and the surreal has been inspired by touring with circuses and production shows throughout the world over the last twenty years as a performer.
In 2007 he picked up a camera and fell in love with it immediately. For the past ten years he has been fortunate to photograph and perform in over 53 countries and see places he never dreamed he would growing up in Iowa.
A recent Texas transplant, Marsh has enjoyed living in both Austin and San Antonio. His work was featured on the cover of San Antonio Magazine in October 2017.