Irene Imfeld participates in a juried group show. Newspace Center for Photography, Portland, OR.
Irene Imfeld participates in a juried group show. Marin MOCA, Novato, CA.
Ari Salomon and Alan George will have work for sale at the 16th Annual SFMOMA Artists Gallery Warehouse Event, Fort Mason. A 5-Day fundraiser that attracts 100s of buyers. Reception: May 6, 6pm–9pm.
Irene Imfeld is a curator and exhibitor with three other artists. Reed Whipple Cultural Center, Las Vegas, NV.
Irene Imfeld and Erin Malone will participate in Parklands, North American Crown Jewels, a Juried group show at Filoli Gardens, Woodside, CA.
Erin Malone participates in the juried show Fantastic Plastic, at the Carol Watson Gallery in Johnson City, Texas. The show was juried by Susan Burnstine.
Ari Salomon participates in It’s Still Life, a juried show at
RayKo Photo Center, 428 Third Street, San Francisco, CA 94107. Reception: 6-8pm on August 7.
Each member of the Collective takes an active role in one of its committees. Every other month, the organization holds a general meeting to discuss collective business and to update all members on committee developments.
Executive: Assures the smooth operation of the organization.
Membership: Acts as a contact for potential new members and guides the membership process.
Publications: Maintains Web site, creates other communications materials as needed.
Publicity: Assures media coverage for organization events.
Programs: Plans and carries out peer reviews, artist presentations, workshops, salons, and other activities.
Exhibitions: Seeks exhibition opportunities, organizes, and mounts shows.
Each month, members may present work for reactions and suggestions from the group.
The Collective mounts several shows each year. Venues have included Arc Gallery, PHOTO, Rayko Photo Center, the Commonwealth Club of California, Mina Dresden Gallery, The Berkeley Arts Center and San Francisco City Hall.
In the past, the Collective has sponsored critiques or artist talks from well known photographers and educators, as well as workshops to share photographic skills.
We are a nonprofit organization committed to building a community of photographers. Our work ranges from fine art to documentary, color to black and white, traditional darkroom to digital imaging. We nurture each other’s professional and artistic growth through member activities such as artist talks, portfolio reviews, workshops, salons, and exhibitions.