So what exactly happens when a photographer joins the circus? On February 15th, come to the Napa County Library to listen to photographer Norma I. Quintana discuss her experience and photographic journey documenting a traveling one-ring circus where she not only captured the performers on film, but the humanity behind the face paint. Get a glimpse into the world of a photographer; see what her process is like, and what other projects are up her sleeve.
Norma I. Quintana will be featured at this year's PhotoEye@NVC lecture series event on Thursday, September 15th at 6pm. The series is hosted and produced by the Napa Valley College Photography Department.
The Salon Program Series presents a daily schedule of artist talks and presentations in the on-site lounge area at Engage Art Fair.
Napa photographer Norma Quintana will present on Circus: A Traveling Life on Saturday, April 30 from 3:30-4pm, discussing her work living and documenting members of a traveling circus. Books will be available for sale and signing.
"Berkeley Art Center (BAC) serves the diverse and creative citizens of this unique regional area, through the presentation of visual art exhibitions and related programs that are relevant, engaging, and inspiring."
On Wednesday, October 21st at 6pm Norma I. Quintana will be at the Berkeley Art Center discussing what it takes to create a photo book and the publishing process behind Circus: a Traveling Life. Artist copies will be available for purchase at the event. They are also available to pre-order here.
For more information, visit: http://www.berkeleyartcenter.org/#/public-programs/
The International Center of Photography (ICP) in New York City is the world’s leading institution dedicated to the practice and understanding of photography and the reproduced image in all its forms.
"An Evening with Norma I. Quintana" book-signing event for Circus: A Traveling Life is scheduled for Friday, December 5th from 6pm to 9pm in the ICP Museum and Bookstore Gallery.
Please join Norma at B&H Photo's Event Space in New York City for a lecture on her slow approach to documentary photography series. She will be lecturing about the relationship between photographer and subject, the process of creating a long-term body of work and editing years of shooting material.
The lecture is Thursday, December 4th in the afternoon, 1-3pm.
Gordon Heuther's 15,000-square-foot HayBarn Studio + Gallery originally served as a hay barn and feed store. Since its renovation in 2009 it has served as design studio and project gallery. Norma I. Quintana will be a guest artist at the gallery exhibiting her Circus: A Traveling Life series and celebrating the book release with a signing event on Friday, October 10th from 5pm to 8pm.
Open to the public.