Hey, Look! – An Evening Of Photographic Inspiration With Jay Maisel

Join us for a special evening as Santa Fe Workshops’ Creativity Continues online with two master photographers, Jay Maisel in conversation with John Paul Caponigro.

In this special hour dedicated to savoring the sensual act of seeing, Jay will present a selection of his images and thoughts, followed by lively question and answer sessions, first with John Paul, then with special guests, and finally you. Bring your questions and something to take notes with; the insights will flow fast.

Jay Maisel is hailed as one of the most gifted photographers of all time. A hero and a teacher, countless photographers feel he changed and still changes the ways they see. He’s a living legend whose work is studied around the world and whose presentations garner standing ovations every time he takes the stage.

Wednesday, October 26 from 6-7 MT / 8-9:30 EST

Register now for this free special event here!

Get Jay Maisel’s inspiring biweekly collections here.

Get John Paul Caponigro’s monthly Insights here.

 

Join Me For A New Poetry Reading – Ecopoetry / Voices For The Future

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Sunday, April 10, 2022 – 4-5:30 pm EST

I will be cohosting (with Meg Weston) this event and reading my poetry with fellow Maine poets Kathleen Ellis, Gary Lawless, Iris LeCates, and Meghan Sterling in an intergenerational celebration of our place in nature.

Find out more about these poets here.

Each poet will recommend a book, share a favorite poem by another poet, and read their poetry.

A lively Q&A with the audience is sure to follow so bring your burning questions.

Ecopoetry (a relatively new term) offers contemporary views of our complex interrelationships within nature, often exploring ways places influence culture. Sometimes celebratory and sometimes critical, ecopoetry looks closely at personal sensitivity and social change.

Register free now.

The poets of this gathering recommend the following books for finding further inspiration.
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Gary Lawless recommends Henry David Thoreau’s Walking
Kathleen Ellis recommends Carlo Rovelli’s Seven Brief Lessons on Physics
John Paul Caponigro recommends David Hinton’s The Wilds Of Poetry; Adventures In Mind On Landscape
Meghan Sterling John Sibley Williams’ Scale Model of a Country at Dawn
Iris Lecates Bell Hooks’ recommends Appalachian Elegy
Meg Weston recommends Charlotte McConaughy’s Migrations
 
Please consider supporting your local bookstore by contacting Gary Lawless at his Gulf Of Maine Books in Brunswick. gulfofmainebooks@gmail.com or 207-729-5083
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Enjoy Frames’ Online Photography Summit – March 25-27, 2022

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“Taking place over three days, the FRAMES PHOTOGRAPHY SUMMIT 2022 will feature twelve top-class presenters. Our lineup will include some of the biggest names in the craft as well as individuals at the cutting edge of their creative practice. With our commitment to educate, entertain, and inspire, we will feature talks on artists’ work and working practices as well as in-depth interviews that will challenge how we think about photography. If you share our love of photography, join us for this exciting event where we will celebrate our shared passion for the joy of image-making.”

Twelve sixty-to-ninety-minute sessions with some of photography’s most prominent and knowledgeable artists and thinkers.

Ami Vitale
Alec Soth
Caroline Preece
Sean Tucker
Barbara Alper
Richard I’Anson
Phil Penman
Michael Kenna
John Paul Caponigro
Rick Halpern
Shane Balkowitsch
Rollence Patugan

I’m presenting Sunday, March 27 at 1 PM EST.
The Wonderful Things Printing Can Do For You And Your Images

$120 for all-access tickets
$99 with the code Johnpaul20

Register here.
View the schedule here.

Two Generations: Paul and John Paul Caponigro – Feb 16 8pm EST Online With SFW

Receive this ebook free.       26 images – 26 quotes

Buy this ebook here.       75 images – 3 essays

 

Wednesday, February 16 – 2022

Creativity Continues at Santa Fe Workshops with Two Generations In Conversation, an evening with father Paul Caponigro and son John Paul Caponigro. During this captivating hour, the Caponigros, after a brief viewing of images, will share their thoughts about the soul of photography, the joys of printing, and how the two are related. Then we’ll finish our program with a lively question and answer session open to all participants.

 

 

The Art of Visual Storytelling – An Evening with John Paul Caponigro & Sarah Leen

Tuesday, December 14, 6:00-7:00 pm (Mountain Time)

Creativity Continues at Santa Fe Workshops with The Art of Visual Storytelling, a conversation between photo editor Sarah Leen and photographic artist John Paul Caponigro.

During this informative and captivating hour, Sarah and John Paul discuss personal projects and how they often lead us deeper into creativity and to our greatest growth both personally and professionally. But how do you start and sustain them towards completion?

Sarah and John Paul dive deeply into visual storytelling, an essential skill for every photographer. Through the fine art of deliberate image selection, you can transform a collection of photographs into a compelling, dynamic narrative. Join them to learn strategies for choosing, combining, and sequencing diverse images into cohesive bodies of work for presentation online, in print, or for exhibition. You see real-world examples and hear the stories behind them that are sure to inspire you. This program finishes with a lively question and answer session open to all participants.

Join Santa Fe Workshops worldwide community of photographers and writers as Creativity Continues this fall.

Find out more about Sarah Leen here.

Register for this free event now.

 

Over The Threshold – A Creative Conversation With Sean Kernan

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Over The Threshold – A Conversation On Creativity With John Paul Caponigro and Sean Kernan

During this inspiring hour, John Paul and Sean share images, thoughts, and provocations for themselves and viewers. A lively question and answer session brings this free program to completion.

At some point, all photographers sense their best and truest work lies at a point somewhere out beyond the threshold of their comfort. The question then becomes how to get there.

John Paul Caponigro and Sean Kernan, long-time friends, approach creativity in different ways, but they both head for the same transformative experience. During this conversation, they share personal stories of moments that changed their art and their lives. Meditation, playing music, acting, drawing, and writing are just a few of the practices they use to make room for the revelations that improvisation brings. They offer insights into moving beyond habitual practices and making space for the unknown, which is where the magic of the creative process happens.

Read Sean Kernan’s quick Q&A here.

Read our conversation for Camera Arts here. 

View more video with Sean Kernan here. 

View more Creativity Continues events at The Santa Fe Workshops.

Visit Sean Kernan’s website here.

Two Informative New Events – Sunday 2 & 4 PM EST

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If you’ve signed up for special editions of my newsletter Collectors Alert you’ve received an invitation to my first online Q&A event for the release of my new Video and online Gallery Talk – Studies.
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Live Q&A
Sunday Dec 13 at 2 pm EST.
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Plus come back for my first public poetry reading with Meg Weston.
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Poet’s Corner Reading
Sunday Dec 13 at 4 pm EST.
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