June 2nd – Curator Stephen Jareckie on museum photography collections

Learn how an art museum goes about creating a photography collection. PHSNE member Stephen Jareckie has been Consulting Curator of Photography at the Fitchburg Art Museum (FAM) since 1996, after retiring from a 35-year career as Curator of Photography at the Worcester Art Museum. With 58 years of photography collection experience, Jareckie will use two […]

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Jason Lane May 5th

The presentation will focus on dry plate photography: its historical position in the photographic timeline, how it has been practiced in the modern world, and how J Lane Dry Plates are produced. Jason will also bring sample plates and prints for viewing. For more information on Jason’s endeavors and his dry plates, visit


WHAT: PHOTOGRAPHICA 88 – the largest show of analog cameras, lenses, photographic equipment, supplies and images in New England. WHEN: Saturday, April 6th, 2019 – ONE DAY ONLY! WHERE: American Legion Post 440, 295 California Street, Newton MA SHOW TIME: 9:00AM – 4:00PM * Early-Bird Admission: 7:00AM (Extra cost) * Dollar Table Opens: 11:00AM * […]

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March 3rd – Alan Ward, Architecture and Landscape Photographer

March 3rd 1:30 PM– Alan Ward, Architecture and Landscape Photographer How do images – especially photographs – shape our understanding of the built and natural environment around us? Join us for a talk about the role images play in developing a critical eye for design over time. Alan Ward is a planner, designer and photographer, and […]

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January 6th speaker is Lance Keimig

January 6th – The January 6th speaker is Lance Keimig who will talk about ‘Night Photography’ including a lot of history. Lance is the author of Night Photography: Finding Your Way in the Dark, Dusk to Dawn: A Guide to Landscape Photography at Night, and Night Sky: A Field Guide for Shooting after Dark


PHSNE Members Invited to Tour Iceland Sunday, June 3rd, 2018 at 1:30 P.M. Woman’s Club Workshop, 72 Columbus St., Newton Highlands MA    Join us for the last meeting of the 2017-2018 PHSNE season.  The feature presentation will be a 2003 video about Iceland, part of the Luminous Landscape Video Journal.  It is 56 minutes long, […]

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