Current Exhibitions

Where: The Griffin Museum, 67 Shore Road, Winchester MA ASMP New England, in cooperation with the Boston Press Photographers Association, is happy to announce a special, live, in-person, and onsite program about new and repurposed technology to create high resolution digital captures of your film. ALL ARE WELCOME. FREE.

Digital Silver Imaging will debut and demonstrate its On Site Image Preservation Service™ in their newly outfitted van at the Griffin Museum of Photography in Winchester, MA. DSI owner, Eric Luden, and Image Archive Specialist, Scott Nidermaier, will be on hand to showcase the equipment. The van is equipped with a state-of-the-art image capture system, including the use of a medium format camera back, that in seconds can digitize your film, with drum scanner quality, at a fraction of the drum scanner price. Digital Silver imaging is offering to digitize a single 35mm or 120 transparency, or negative (Color or B&W) FREE during the event, so don’t forget to bring your film (mounted or unmounted, negatives in strips or singles – all are fine).

See The Griffin Museum & Handle the Latest Gear from Leica
The Griffin Museum will remain open for extended hours for all attendees during the event. Masks are required inside the Griffin exhibit halls and restrooms. The Leica Store Boston will also be on hand with a selection of new and notable equipment.
  • Outdoor event at the Griffin Museum of Photography
  • Presentation on the digitization system and utilizing Capture One Software on a large monitor display outside of van
  • Free 35mm or 120 digital capture for each photographer – we will do our best to get to everyone 
  • Archive storage solutions and discussion
  • Turning your archive into new opportunities
  • Special pricing to be offered for all attendees on Digitization and Printing
  • Light refreshments will be served.

Thanks from DSI to David Leifer for the image collage. Special thanks to ASMP, BPPA, Paula Tognarelli and the Griffin Museum. DSI Staff photo © Lou Jones

April 19 - July 4, 2021
I create compositions of an imagined worldI am fascinated by statuary in the private and public space. These monuments have been erected to embody the mythos, ideals, and spiritual aspirations of the community. They are tributes to the sacrifice of local heroes, ancient gods, or religious icons and form the basis of my imagery. SC

May 31 - August 29, 2021

In January of 2019 I enrolled as a volunteer in a year-long experimental drug study aimed at treating and suppressing the HIV virus in a way not yet attempted by medical researchers using broadly neutralizing antibodies. During the study I received multiple day-long infusions of two new experimental HIV drugs over several months. To create a record of this process I gave a Polaroid camera to nurses and visitors and asked them to take pictures of me since I was not capable of making a portrait of myself on my own. LB
photo below top © Judith Montminy
photo below bottom © Landry Major
photo below bottom © Meryl Meisler
photo below bottom © Lesley Jean-Bart
photo top right © Norm Borden
photo middle right © Sarah Schorr
photo bottom right © Kiyomi Yatsuhashi

Federica Armstrong, Jan Arrigo, Gary Beeber, Meg Birnbaum, Norm Borden, Sally Bousquet, Lora Brody, Joy Bush, Richard Alan Cohen, L. Aviva Diamond, Alex Djordjevic, Steven Edson, Miren Etcheverry, Kev Filmore, Jennifer Greenburg, Maureen Halderman, Carol Isaak, Leslie Jean-Bart, Roger Carl Johanson, Susan Lapides, Susan Lirakis, Joyce P. Lopez, Bruce Magnuson, Landry Major, Carol Mathieson, Meryl Meisler, Olga Merrill, Judith Montminy, Rita Nannini, Richard O’Neill, Jaye Phillips, Ann Rosen, Susan Rosenberg Jones, Russ Rowland, Sarah Schorr, Vicky Stromee, Neelakantan Sunder, Kiyomi Yatsuhashi and Dianne Yudelson.
The Griffin at
June 23 - August 29, 2021
Closing Reception
August 29, 2021 4 - 6 PM
In Gallery
© Tokie Taylor, Legacy Award 2021
© Ralph Mercer, Griffin Award 2021

Ralph Mercer

Meg Birnbaum, Steven Edson, Danielle Goldstein, Leslie Jean-Bart, Nadine Levin, Olga Merrill, Ellen Royalty, JP Terlizzi, Donna Tramontozzi and Nina Weinberg Doran

Aline Smithson

This virtual exhibition will also run on a computer in the Main Gallery to accompany the Juried Show and will also be released on the Griffin's Instagram page.

Photographers included: Hannah Altman, Norman Aragones, K Linnea Backe, Gary Beeber, Sheri Lynn Behr, Debra Bilow, Diana Bloomfield, Edward Boches, Sally Bousquet, Annette LeMay Burke, Valerie Burke, Ken Cashon, Wen-Han Chang, Sally Chapman, Pamela Chipman, Gina Cholick, Gigi Chung, Jacob Clayton, Marcy Cohen, David Comora, Cathy Cone, Anne Connor, Matthew Conti, Donna Dangott, Susan DeLeo, L. Aviva Diamond, Laura Dodson, Barbara Dombach, Ellen Feldman, Diane Fenster, Kev Filmore, Fran Forman, Nicholas Gaffney, Beth Galton, Katie Golobic, Bill Gore, Paul Greenberg, Michal Greenboim, Marsha Guggenheim, Juliet Haas, Law Hamilton, William Hamlin, Dave Hanson, Nadia Haq, Pamela Heemskerk, Diane Hemingway, Keiko Hiromi, Emma Hopson, Evy Huppert, Jeannie Hutchins, Deborah


7 PM


Kaplan, Deborah Kidder, Sandra Klein, Karen Klinedinst, Eric Kunsman, Molly Lamb, Susan Lapides, Stephen Levin, Elizabeth Libert, Susan Lirakis, Rhonda Lashley Lopez, Joyce Lopez, Lawrence Manning, Shinya Masuda, Mahala Mazerov, Coco McCabe, Julie McCarthy, Jennifer McClure, Eric McCollum, Lisa McCord, Vicki McKenna, C.E. Morse, Nancy Nichols, Scott Offen, Denise Orlin, Rolando Palacio, Christos Palios, Marcy Palmer, Zoe Perry-Wood, Jaye Phillips, Wendy Ploger, Mary Quin, Suzanne Révy, Susan Rosenberg Jones, Claudia Ruiz Gustafson, Jacque Rupp, Elizabeth Ryan, Gail Samuelson, Daryl-Ann Saunders, Elliot Schildkrout, Charlotte Schmid-Maybach, Sarah Schorr, Paula Shur, John Slepian, Susan Swirsley, Jane Szabo, Martha Wakefield, Melanie Walker, Dawn Watson, Caren Winnall, Jane Yudelman, Sam Zalutsky and Hao Zhang.

photo top left © John Clayton

Sept. 2 - October 1, 2021

4 PM

photo left © Lou Jones
We Are Everything.
We Are Nothing.
Rhonda Lashley Lopez 

Sept. 2 - October 24 2021

4 PM

6 sessions on ZOOM
July 25 - August 29, 2021
from 10: 00 - 11:30 AM ET

You will be introduced to many of the amazing early female American photographers and will discuss the role of women photographers during this period within the context of the social, cultural, and technological times. See syllabus in event listing.
The Griffin Museum of Photography is a nonprofit organization dedicated solely to the art of photography. Through our many exhibitions, programs and lectures, we strive to encourage a broader understanding and appreciation of the visual, emotional and social impact of photographic art.

As an institution, we are committed to insuring that our mindset, our practice, our outreach, our programming and our exhibitions set a framework with priorities for building programs and exhibitions that consider diversity, equity, accessibility, and inclusion through our mission that is centered around the photograph.