Moab Photography Symposium runs 4 days starting April 29
Photo enthusiasts of all ages and backgrounds are welcome at The Moab Photography Symposium.
The theme for this year’s symposium is “Personalizing Place.”
“We’ll explore the worlds of working photographers engaged in a diverse array of social, environmental and person projects,” according to the symposium’s website, http://www.moabphotosym.com.
The symposium will will run from Thursday, April 29 through Sunday, May 2.
An itinerary of events, speakers, programs, field trips, film and digital workshops and more is detailed at http://www.moabphotosym.com.
Arizona landscape photographer Jack Dykinga will be the keynote speaker. Dykinga’s work has been published in “Arizona Highways” and “National Geograhic” magazines.
Space is limited. Cost is $225 and covers the speakers, the reception, refreshments and incidentals.
For more information or to register for the symposium, call 435-259-4176 or go to http://www.moabphotosym.com.
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