Oct 16 Photo Lecture & Artist Dinner at Photoworks


Santos y sombras/Saints and Shadows

Santos y sombras/Saints and ShadowsEl Altar de mi Bisabuelo

My Great-grandfather’s Altar
Muriel Hasbun 1997

Photoworks Lecture and Artist Dinner Series
@ Historic Glen Echo Park in Glen Echo, MD

Sunday, Oct 16, 2016

Photographer Muriel Hasbun
Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery Assistant Leslie Urena
Lecture: 4pm @ the Spanish Ballroom Annex
Artist Dinner: 6pm @ the Glen Echo Inn (within walking distance)

October 5, 2016

Dear Camera Club Members:

I wanted to send you and your members a personal invitation for the upcoming October 16th Lecture/Artist Dinner at Photoworks Photography Center in Historic Glen Echo Park (Glen Echo, MD).  Please help us spread the word and share this information with your members!

Join us for a lively lecture and discussion at 4PM in the Spanish Ballroom Annex with Photographer Muriel Hasbun and Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery Curator Leslie UrenaAfterwards, if you’d like to continue the discussion with the artists over dinner, we’re walking over to the Glen Echo Inn for a 6PM private dinner with the artists.

Tickets are available on Photoworks website at www.glenechophotoworks.org (a direct link to the lecture and a more detailed description of the program is below.)  If you’d like to attend the lecture, the cost is $15.  If you’d like to join us for the lecture and the dinner at Glen Echo Inn, the cost is $75.

Tickets for Photoworks Photography Lecture and Dinner Series: chttp://bit.ly/2d7Rhs2

More information about the artists and the lecture can be found below.  If you have any questions, please send an email to Photoworks Faculty Member Sarah Gordon at sarahagordon@gmail.com.


Lisa Murphy

Trace, 2015.02.25, Washington, DC, archival pigment print, 2015.

Trace, 2015.02.25, Washington, DC, archival pigment print, 2015.

Trace | Muriel Hasbun 2015

Photoworks Lecture and Dinner Series
Sunday, October 16, 2016
Photographer Muriel Hasbun
Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery Assistant Leslie Urena

A native of El Salvador, photographer Muriel Hasbun has worked and taught in Washington, DC for over 25 years; serving as Head of Photography at the Corcoran School of Arts and Design at GWU. Her photographs and installations probe her own family history in search of identity, as they carefully consider the overlap of past and present. Leslie Ureña is Assistant Curator of photographs at the National Portrait Gallery. Her work on Lewis Hine’s Ellis Island photographs grapples with issues of immigration and identity.  Ureña has worked at the National Gallery of Art, the Museum of Modern Art, and the gallery TKG+ in Taipei, Taiwan.

Lecture: 4pm @ Spanish Ballroom Annex
Private Dinner & Conversation with Artists:  6pm @ Glen Echo Inn (walking distance)

Tickets: $15 for Lecture Only | $75 for Lecture and Private Dinner with Artists

PLEASE NOTE:  Dinner with artists is limited to approx 10 people. Tickets sold on “first come, first served” basis.

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