Dr. Adrian Dahood-Fritz – Photography in Antarctica -November 1, 2018

Dr. Adrian Dahood-Fritz, speaking on her scientific and photographic expeditions to Antarctica.

Date: Thursday, November 1st starting at 7 PM.

Location: United Christian Church at 3500 West Parmer Lane, Austin, TX. 78727 – MAP


7:00-7:15 PM Meet & Greet, Member print exhibition
7:15-7:30 PM Meeting announcements, Guest introductions, Member print exhibition Q&A
7:30-9:00 PM Competition, Featured Speaker presentation

Member Print Exhibition

Cat Smith will exhibit a selection of her printed photographs, taken for her 2019 book release, during the Meet & Greet. She will speak briefly about her work, and answer any remaining questions, once the official meeting begins as well. You can find out more about Cat’s upcoming work here: Cat Smith Healing

Monthly Competition

Submission Deadline: Midnight, Saturday, October 27, 2018

November’s digital competition theme is Yin and Yang.  

Submissions are divided into two classes. Each club member is free to choose which class to enter. For more info, read this post about classes.

The monthly NAPƒS digital 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 2018 competitions. The cost of membership is only $24, and your annual contribution is used 100% in support of club operations and activities.

Read the rules, then submit your competition images!

Speaker – Dr. Adrian Dahood-Fritz

During numerous trips to Antarctica for work and research, Adrian has had a back stage pass to one of the least accessible and starkly beautiful places on the planet. From remote field research camps to south pole infrastructure she has visited most off-the-map places on the southern continent.

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About Adrian

Adrian is a marine biologist who has work all over the world studying marine mammals and other marine creatures. She visited all seven continents in recent years and has been to Antarctica each year since 2010. Her experiences include research work in Alaska, Florida, New Zealand, Russia and Antarctica.