Please check back for updates about meetings in 2015.
Note: The UWPG website is not accepting any new registrations at this time.
Those who already have approved accounts can continue to log in and manage their image galleries.
If interested in joining UWPG activities in Seattle, check the right sidebar for meeting information.
Fire Dancing by Alan Humphrey
Fire dancing is a good image for the Fall as darkness takes hold.
Weekly meetings continue to be on hiatus for now. The FLOW show participants, you know who you are, may continue to meet as needed to prepare for the exhibit at UW Tower.
INVITATION TO SEE THIS EXHIBIT
IN THE SCHOOL OF ENVIRONMENTAL AND FOREST SCIENCES
John Tylczak: Views from the Northwoods: 1983-1995
You're invited to come see a selection of beautiful prints by photographer John Tylczak at the School of Environmental and Forest Sciences (SDFS). Sarah Thomas, who works at SEFS and is a UWPG member, is helping to coordinate the exhibition and hopes you can all stop by to see his work.
John Tylczak took these amazing black-and-white photographs of people working in the timber industry in the mid-1980's and early 1990's. Born and raised in Shelton, WA, he spent more than a decade documenting the industry, and produced over 1,500 large format negatives of people at work.
Where: Forest Club Room, Anderson Hall 207 on UW campus (2nd floor, no elevator)
October 1 - 31, hours: 8-5 M-F
Reception on Wednesday, October 1: 4pm-6pm
The reception is open to the public. Come and meet John Tylczak.
Levity Noticed by Tess Morgan
UWPG meetings are on Summer Hiatus until September. There may be some special meetings called for participants in a show already under development. Watch emails on the listserv for any updates.
Amelia's Dream by Mike Murphy
Next Meeting: Tuesday, April 1, 6~9pm
NOTE NEW LOCATION: RR-110 UW Medical Center on the 1st floor near the hospital cafeteria
Bring series work for display on the big screen or prints you are working on - whatever the method of production, all work is welcome. PS: bring snacks, we'll have a kitchenette!
There will be an update on the upcoming submission for FLOW exhibit (Oct 2014 - Jan 2015 in UW Tower).
UWPG will have the use of this room for the remainder of Spring quarter, that is every other Tuesday on these dates: 4/1, 4/15, 5/6, 5/20, 6/3, 6/17
Beyond the Dawn by Clarissa Szabados-Mish
NO MEETING: Tuesday, March 4
NEXT MEETING: Saturday, March 8 at 11:00am at A/NT Gallery, 2025 Westlake Ave. in downtown Seattle to view the current photography exhibit: Light & Memory
This exhibit is held in the Sub-T Room, a fabulous gallery space in the basement. Works include all forms of photographic media and subject matter. Two UWPG members were on the panel of judges for this exhibit. About 75 works were selected from over 210 works submitted for review from photographers in the U.S. and beyond. The exhibit runs through 3/30.
There's metered streetside and lot parking nearby, many buses come close and SLUT passes right in front of the A/NT building, and Westlake station for the monorail from Seattle Center is a few short blocks to the south.
For more detail please refer to the uwpg listserv email of 3/2.
MEETING: Tuesday, March 11, 5:30-8:00ish, UW TOWER, 4th floor Mezzanine - see right sidebar for directions, discussion will be about developing a fall exhibit for UW Tower. UWPG has long nurtured a direction that favors non-conventional images which give pause, hold mystery. Please be thinking of possible themes for this exhibit and of course please bring work and ideas.
MEETING: Tuesday, March 18, 6-9pm, location: UWMC RR110 Conference Room: please watch listserv for directions to this room within the UW Medical Center. A computer and digital projector will be available so people can show their work, so bring it on a portable drive or CD.
Emphasis will be on series work, so please bring work that is in a series, that is, on a related theme, with a sense of continuum or relatedness, working with an idea, please avoid bringing a mishmash of stand-alone, unrelated images. The group will comment on the work and begin to formulate new ideas about how work can be viewed, produced and exhibited. If you have photographs that you plan or wish to develop into a series, bring them for feedback with the goal of working further upon your theme.
At this meeting, two volunteers will be appointed to meet with Rachael Faust at the Henry Art Gallery to select from the collection of archived photographs for next February 2015's viewing.
Many buses run along Pacific Street past UWMC; pay parking is available at Triangle Garage across the street from the main entrance to UWMC; metered parking along 15th Ave and Northlake.
Chess Dreams by Bob Fukura
NOTE CHANGES TO DATE AND VENUE FOR NEXT MEETING:
NO PLANNED MEETINGS Tuesday 2/25 or 3/4 - anyone who wants to get together informally at UW Tower please feel free to, but nothing is organized or preplanned
Meeting: Thursday, Feb. 20 5:30-7:00 in the HENRY GALLERY on UW campus
Alan Chait says: "Yesterday (2/11) Bob Fukura and I met with Rachael Faust, Assistant Curator of Collections & Academic Programs at the Henry Gallery, to select 30 photographs [from the Henry's photo collection] for our group to view and discuss on February 20 starting promptly at 5:30. Meet inside the gallery entrance between 5-5:15 for an escort to the meeting room.
A pdf of the images has been sent to members on the uwpg listserv.
Meeting: Tuesday Feb. 4, 5:30ish-7:30ish, 4th Floor Mezzanine of UW Tower - see right sidebar for directions. Take the initiative: everyone be prepared to show your work, discuss topics of interest, come up with ideas to please and amaze, and to advance your work to the next level...
Times by Sanford C. Barnes
NOTE: no meeting Jan 28
Next Meeting: Tuesday, Feb. 4 - check back later for location
UWPG Members: Log in and set up your gallery of images. Once you log in you'll find some instructions how to get started with the gallery.
MEETING: Tuesday 1/21 5:30-7:30ish in UW Tower, 4th floor Mezzanine level near the lunch room
This will be a very informal meeting, new people please come, you'll be very welcome! Don't be shy, feel free to bring some of your work to show if you'd like, it's easiest for everyone to see prints, if possible. There will be discussion of what people would like to work on for the rest of the winter quarter, and other topics as they come up.
MEETING: Tuesday, Jan. 14 in the Health Sciences Library - see Newsflash to the right for details
Exhibits are being planned for 2014 and beyond. Interested parties please bring your work to meetings, help plan and shape the content for upcoming themes. Exhibits need engaged members and volunteers to bring it all to fabulous fruition.
UWPG members will have photographic work on exhibit on the first floor of the Hall Health building (UW campus across the street from the HUB), along with work by many individuals of the UW campus that fills the building including sculpture, drawings, paintings and mixed media. Thanks to Mark Shaw who has coordinated and curated the artwork for the building as a whole.
A new series of work by UWPG members will soon be installed on the walls of the Environmental Health and Safety offices, 2nd floor of Hall Health. Thanks to Allison Loerke for inviting us to show work there. Stay tuned for an alert once the work is on the walls.
UWPG MEETINGS 2015
TIME AND PLACE TO BE DETERMINED, PLEASE CHECK BACK
NEXT MEETING: TBD
UWPG is on Hiatus without regular scheduled Tuesday meetings at this time.
Meetings often convene in one of these locations - campus map link in left sidebar:
Special presentation in the Fall of 2014:
TUESDAY, October 21, 6pm
Room T-269 in the Health Sciences Building
Ron Hammond presents:
RALPH EUGENE MEATYARD - HIDING IN PLAIN SIGHT
Ron Hammond says: "I have been fascinated by the work of Ralph Eugene Meatyard ever since I stumbled upon a used copy of the Aperture monograph that was published shortly after his untimely death in 1972. When I saw his "Dolls and Masks" show at the Art Institute in Chicago a couple of years ago I was startled both by the spectacular prints and by how strongly I responded to them as a group as opposed to as individual prints. I have no idea why I was attracted to his work in 1974 and, to a great extent, I still don’t. This program explores the life and work of an paradoxical artist."