This event is online.
We will email the Zoom address to those who register for this event for the artist talks.

It’s time for the June installment of our series of photographers on photography, Photo Chat Chat .

Join our moderator, Julie Williams-Krishnan and our photographers discuss their creativity across a broad spectrum of photographic styles and ideas.

We are thrilled to present the following four artists this month.

We are showcasing the talents of  Sean Du , Greg Jundanian , Eric Kunsman and Minny Lee .

This program often sells out. Please contact us at crista (at) griffin museum (dot) org to be placed on the waiting list. We will send a link the night of the event in the case of any openings.

If you change your mind about attending please let us know as there are others who would like to be able to attend this event.

© Minny Lee
© Eric Kunsman
© Sean Du
© Greg Jundanian
June 25, 2020 7 - 8 PM

Join us at the Griffin Museum for a virtual social gathering! Let’s stay connected during this time of “social distancing.”
On Thursday, June 25, from 7-8 pm EST, we are going to be online to say hello to each other!
See below to sign up – we will then send you all the information you need to connect!

So, sign on and say hello! We hope to see you there!

 If you sign up and decide not to attend please let us know as others are on a waiting list and would like to attend.

Opens June 20, 2020 and runs through August 27, 2020
The Presenting Partners of the Photoville Fence in Winchester installations are Photoville, the Griffin Museum of Photography and the Winchester Cultural District.

The Supporting Partners of the Photoville Fence in Winchester installations are the Griffin Foundation, The Massachusetts Cultural Council, Winchester Cultural Council, Mary McKenna and Associates, Winchester High School, The John and Mary Educational Foundation and the Town of Winchester

June 20, 2020 from 10-12 pm (Eastern time)
June 21, 2020 from 10 - 12 pm (Eastern time)
June 28, 2020 - Due by noon – Submission of written assignment for final private editing by one of the instructors via email.

Offered by Elin Spring & Suzanne Révy
Why write about photography? Just as an image frames a visual viewpoint, analytic writing offers context and perspective, influencing how we see. Learn to view and write about photography

more critically in this online workshop with “What Will You Remember” editors Elin Spring and Suzanne Révy.

Rachel's Back!

The Griffin Museum of Photography is delighted to be able to bring you an online,
12-week course on the History of Photography, taught again by Rachel Boillot. The course will run from 6:30-8:00 Eastern Time on Tuesday evenings from June 23 - September 8, 2020. What better way to spend your
“stay-cation” summer nights? 

Class will meet: July 22, 29, Aug 5, 23, 19, 2020.

This is an interactive online class regarding portfolio development and marketing your work with former Atelier instructor and gallerist Karen Davis .

Ryan Zoghlin
".....I’ve been sailing off the beaches of Lake Michigan. ... I’ve always loved the shore. As time has marched on, I’ve noticed the increase in plastics on the beach year after year."
Lauren Ceike
"I never knew that drug bags were drug bags. I see them on the ground everywhere I go.... I always thought they were for craft supplies, hardware, buttons, etc."
M ore
"The Land Beyond the Forest is an ongoing series depicting a fading way of life in rural Transylvania. This mountainous and remote region of Eastern Europe is steeped in history and lore..."

And you will receive a free face mask while our supply lasts. We have 19 face masks left out of 25 since announcing this offer .

Asia Kepka has offered to do a fundraiser for the Griffin Museum of Photography. She has made a limited edition of 25 beautiful, high quality pre-washed cotton face masks that she has donated to the Griffin to do with what we wish. The face masks come with a pocket for additional filter and an optional removable wire for eyeglass wearers. The Lycra adjustable ties are custom rolled cotton that provides superb comfort.
The  Buy a Brick Program is back at the Griffin due to popular demand by our audience .

Once we have accumulated enough orders we will process a bulk order of engraved bricks to be placed into the Griffin's walkway that leads to the  Winchester Rotary Terrace . There's plenty of room and we welcome your tribute inscriptions. 
As a Publicity Partner for PCNW , we wanted you to know about this effort by PCNW at the June Solstice.
Note the "Pay What You Can" in the registration area.
We are closed until further notice based
on Governor Baker's guidelines.