A great opportunity for established and emerging photographers to meet with curators, gallerists, educators, and other image professionals in the busy photography world. See reviewers.

"Let your images shine with Museum Quality prints from Digital Silver Imaging. Choose from true Silver Gelatin B&W Prints or any of our Hahnemühle and Canson® Fine Art inkjet papers." 

Go to DSI's "Order Prints" page or contact DSI about using WeTransfer or DropBox if you’re sending more than 8 files.

Use Promo Code NEPR2020. Be sure to order by Friday, April 3 to ensure your prints will be ready in time for your review !”
This ticket is only for those who do NOT intend to do any portfolio reviews. Those submitting to the portfolio review will receive entry to the walk with their application fee.

Diana Cheren Nygren, Kathleen DeCarlo-Plano, Gabriel Garay, Cynthia Johnston, Sheryl Kalis, Naohiro Maeda, William Morse, Fern Nesson, Anne Piessens, Darrell Roak, Tony Schwartz and Jeanne Widmer
March 5 - March 27, 2020
Reception March 15, 2020 4 - 6 PM

© Anne Piessens All rights reserved.

March 5 - March 27, 2020
Reception March 15, 2020 4-6 PM

© Jaimie Collins. All rights reserved.

Michelle Rogers- Pritzl
March 5 - March 27, 2020
Reception March 15, 2020 4 - 6 PM

© Michelle Rogers-Pritzl. All rights reserved.

Sora Woo
February 8 - April 16, 2020

© Sora Woo. All rights reserved.

Rick Wright
January 18 - April 16, 2020
Reception Thursday, March 19, 2020
6:30 - 8:00 PM

© Rick Wright. All rights reserved.

October 20 - March 24, 2020
Reception March 22, 2020 4-6 PM

© Ken Kartes. All rights reserved.

David Marlin
March 5 - April 30, 2020
Reception March 15, 2020 4-6 PM
Reception April 30, 2020 7-8:30 PM

© David Marlin. All rights reserved.

Jim Lustenader
February 5 - March 24, 2020

© Jim Lustenader. All rights reserved.
child on beach
P rivate Collections:
Photographs from the 19th and 20th centuries
Various collections on view in the Main Gallery
April 2 - June 7, 2020
Reception April 30, 2020 7- 8:30 PM
photo © Jock Sturges
man with camera
John Brook
Griffin Gallery and Atelier Gallery
April 2 - June 7, 2020
Reception April 30, 2020 7- 8:30 PM
photo © John Brook's Estate
Teresa Meier
Greater Boston Stage Company
April 17 - July 14, 2020
Reception April 21, 2020
6:30- 8:00 PM
photo © Teresa Meier
Learn to view and write about photography more critically in this three-session workshop with
What Will You Remember editors Elin Spring and Suzanne Révy.
This two-day workshop is designed to help you prepare and practice for your portfolio sessions during the NEPR. Through practice sessions of actually engaging in reviews, Paula Tognarelli will help each attendee work through an actual review, develop an “elevator speech,” assist on how to begin the actual review, how to present and sequence the photographs and assist in the edit of the presentation of the portfolio.
You will learn the questions to ask in the review and learn techniques to keep from being sidetracked by a reviewer. Lastly you will learn how to end the review process and develop a means for follow-up contact with reviewers. Discussion on follow-up will involve practical applications to ensure that the work presented remains memorable for the reviewers as they return to their daily routines in the photo world.
The Atelier is a portfolio and project building course for emerging to advanced photographers taught by Meg Birnbaum and her teacher's assistant Susan Green.
Photography Atelier 32 MORNINGS beginning
March 11th
The Atelier is a portfolio and project building course for emerging to advanced photographers taught by Meg Birnbaum and her teacher's assistant Amy Rindskopf.
A class reviewing photos.
Laura Noble is the Director of  L A Noble Gallery  (LANG) in London. She is also a curator and author of  The Art of Collecting Photography.
Ms. Noble will give her perspectives on working with women photographers in the UK in a male dominated landscape.
Laura Noble is the Director of  L A Noble Gallery  (LANG) in London. She is also a curator and author of  The Art of Collecting Photography.
The Griffin Museum of Photography is pleased to offer portfolio sessions with Curator-in-Residence, Laura Noble. 
Come meet our new Associate Director, Crista Dix, all the way from the west coast! We will have an informal gathering, a bit of a Q&A, and a chance for the Griffin community to give Crista a warm welcome!
Join artists Dianna Cheren Nygren, William Morse, and Anne Piessens as they share their photography and their journey into the world of fine art photography with us. All three artists work is included in the 
Atelier 31 Exhibition . Come and learn more!
photo © Anne Piessens
Tara Sellios’ visceral, highly detailed still life photographs are intensely planned and referential to art history.
Photo courtesy of the artist
and Gallery Kayafas
In this evening lecture Mary Virginia Swanson will walk participants through the necessary steps towards a positive portfolio review outcome.
Photo by Paul Ratje  
What  is  “street photography”, what makes for a compelling “street” image, and how can we begin to define our own look and approach working in the street?
In art school, critiques are a frequent and important part of growth. But after school, artists often create in isolated environments and yearn for feedback on new work. The Griffin’s critical conversations are safe, honest, and constructive
opportunities to share work-in-progress with other photographers.
In this six hour workshop participants will develop their ideal collector avatar, learn where to find art collectors and generate a list of possible events that you can attend in the next three months to meet more art collectors.

James Collins, photographer and Griffin Museum member, will be the instructor for this beginner/intermediate session. This workshop will focus on the techniques and challenges of macro photography and include a lecture and outdoor practice. Topics will include: equipment review, composition, lighting, field work, & post-processing.

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. 

  • The New England Portfolio Reviews are coming April 24 - April 26, 2020. To date the Portfolio Walk and Portfolio Reviews are sponsored by Digital Silver Imaging and by Panopticon Imaging. If you too are interested in sponsoring the reviews and walk, please give our Executive Director a call. The PRC and the Griffin will have 2 exhibitions chosen from the NEPR 2020 submissions.

  • Mary Virginia Swanson is coming to the Griffin in early April on the 6th to give a talk on preparing for portfolio reviews. She will also meet privately with our Photography Atelier Student group and critique with me at the membership group review critique on April 7, 2020.

  • Alexa Dilworth will jury the Griffin's 26th Juried Exhibition. Call for entry is live. Alexa and Aline Smithson will be at the opening reception on July 18th and hold a workshop/program on July 19th. More to come on that.

  • Are you interested in sponsoring our programs and events. Ads in our newsletter? Give our executive director a call.

  • This year the Griffin Museum brings United Photo Industries' Fence to Winchester.

  • Do you have a photo series that covers CREATURES, FOOD, HOME, NATURE, PEOPLE, PLAY, or STREETS? Then apply to The @photoville FENCE https://bit.ly/31kbfbM

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22 Park St. Winchester, MA
Join Rubini Art Gallery as they showcase their art students at an event at the Griffin Museum on April 4, 2020 in celebration of their 3 year anniversary. There will be light snacks and sodas.

"I just want say that I take great pride in my art as well as my students. I have been an artist my whole life. I love sharing my passion for my work and the work of my students. This celebration is an expression of our hard work and all my aspirations coming to fruition. It would not be possible without my community. Come let's celebrate life and art on April 4 at the prestigious Griffin Museum."
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