Baltimore Camera Club meets
every Thursday night
Mount Washington United Methodist Church
5800 Cottonworth Ave
Baltimore, MD 21209
Meetings start at 8:00pm. Please arrive at 7:30pm for socializing and club business.
|Wednesday, August 1
||Start of 2018/2019 Club Year
||2018/2019 dues are due
Pay Dues Now
|Thursday, December 6
||No meeting at church
Field Shoot: Washington Monument Lighting event in Mount Vernon.
|Thursday, December 13
||Digital Competition 4
||Theme: Images inspired by writings
of Edgar Allan Poe that were penned at the Poe House In
Enrica Jang, Director of Poe Baltimore/ Edgar Allan Poe House & Museum
Poe Baltimore is a non-profit organization created to fund, maintain and interpret The Edgar Allan Poe House and Museum, and to celebrate the legacy of one of Baltimore’s most famous residents. The organization is dedicated to maintaining the museum as a vibrant experience for the thousands of visitors who come from around the world each year, and has a broader mission of city-wide events and educational opportunities. http://www.poeinbaltimore.org/
Phyllis Berger BFA, MFA, Maryland Institute College of Art
Photography Supervisor, Center for Visual Arts
Lecturer, Master of Liberal Arts
Johns Hopkins University
Phyllis Berger is the founder of the Center for Visual Arts photography program at JHU, and has been teaching there for 21 years. She is a fine art photographer, and will be teaching in Australia and Ireland this coming year.
Mark Lund Co-chair, English Department, Maryvale Preparatory School
6:30 pm Board Meeting - All Members Welcome
|Thursday, December 20
||Pot-luck at the church - Bring your
favorite dish to share!
|Thursday, December 27
Critique #2 - Two images per member.
Place in Visual Pursuits "Member Programs - Critiques"
Gallery/ "Member Critique December 27 18 2018"
|Thursday, January 3
||Print Competition 4
Judge: Jennifer Bishop
|Thursday, January 10
||Erin Douglas, photographer, winner of the
Emerging Artist of the Year award at Artscape 2015,
featured in The Baltimore Sun for her coverage of
diversity at the Burning Man festival.
|Thursday, January 17
||Digital Competition 5
|Thursday, January 24
Norm Barker, MS, MA, RBP, FRPS, Professor of
Pathology and Art as Applied to Medicine at the Johns
Hopkins University School of Medicine
“Patent Medicine: Selling the Cure.” He will present trade card images from the turn of the 20th century and explore several major themes involved in the advertising of patent medicines. Many of the images were beautiful examples of the printing technology “Chromolithography,” and were produced locally at the A. Hoen Lithography Company in Baltimore
|Thursday, January 31
||Print Competition 5
|Thursday, February 7