with Arnika Dawkins

Thursday July 29, 2021
7:00 PM Eastern

August 12, 2021 7 PM Eastern

Join us for our monthly conversation bringing together four members of the Griffin community to share their work, ideas and creativity with a broader audience. We are thrilled to bring together these artists who have unique perspectives on creativity and the world they inhabit. 

Join us for Jürgen Lobert's talk on the craft of night photography. We have two ways for you to be part of this creative conversation, in person at the Griffin Museum or viewable in the Griffin Zoom Room.
Join us for a conversation between the artists of Spirit Focus on Indigenous Art, Artists and Issues about the exhibition and issues surrounding the intricate nature of indigenous identity.

Rescheduled date
Thursday Aug. 31, 2021
7:00 PM Eastern time

photo © Jeremy Dennis

This event features moderator Tailyr Irvine  and artists Jeremy Dennis, Shelley Niro, Kiliii Yuyan and more.
photo of John Chervinsky
© L. Barry Hetherington
Important Dates to Remember

The Griffin's 28th Juried Members' Exhibition Call for Entries begins in February 2022 for exhibit in July 2022. Iaritza Menjivar and Frances Jakubek are the jurors.

Winter Solstice members' exhibition December 2021. All Griffin members' open entry.

The Griffin Museum is honored to have Maria Magdalena Campos-Pons online in the Griffin Zoom Room for a conversation about her artistic journey and creativity.

Sept 23, 2021 4-Thursdays
6:30 - 8:30 PM


Oct 21, 2021 4-Thursdays
6:30 - 8:30 PM


6 sessions on ZOOM
October 25 - November 29, 2021
from 1:00 - 2:30 PM 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.

Link to Our Current Exhibitions

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.