Transmission #19 by Burton Pritzker. For more information about the artist, visit the website at https://www.burtonpritzker.com/.

Join the Museum of the Big Bend on the campus of Sul Ross State Univ. in Alpine in welcoming Burton Pritzker of Austin at the opening reception for his photography exhibit entitled Everything is Also Something Else plus help kick off the Photo Weekend presentations.

The opening reception is scheduled for Friday, June 14 from 5-7:00 p.m. Pritzker’s photography strips away unnecessary elements that distract from the essence of an experience. Seminal works from his Texas Rangeland and Forgotten Planes series as well as his current photography will be on display through September 2, 2019. Everyone is invited to attend and learn from some of the leading photographers working in the Big Bend. All events are free and those interested are asked to simply attend-no reservation required! For more information, call 432.837.8730 or email maggie.rumbelow@sulross.edu.

Photo Weekend schedule:

Saturday, June 15 presentations inside the Museum’s Education Room

10-11 a.m.

Dan Klepper, Publishing and Photography

Klepper will discuss the logistics of photography publishing, including an overview of commercial, freelance, editorial, book and fine art venues. He will provide informative anecdotes based on his own experience with each, including a visual presentation of his most recent book of photography from TX A&M Press – “Why the Raven Calls the Canyon.”

11-Noon

Burton Pritzker, Everything is Also Something & Riding the Ox

Pritzker, the featured artist at the Museum of the Big Bend, will show his video Riding the Ox followed by an artist’s talk.

Noon-1:30 pm

Lunch break on your own

1:30–2:30 pm

Tim McKenna, Study, Practice, Study Some More

McKenna will regale attendees with 62 years’ worth of experience of time behind the lens which began when his Irish grandmother gave him his first camera at the age of 8.

2:30–3:30 pm

Ken Zoller, Landscape Light Painting Under the Stars

Zoller, who is active in the Sibley Nature Center Camera Club, will discuss both the planning and the techniques involved, camera equipment and settings, lighting tools and applications he uses to plan night time shoots.

3:30–4:30 pm

Jill Miller, Far West Texas Photography

Miller will present an overview of her work, camera equipment and settings she uses as well as applications she likes for post-processing. Her work focuses on landscape, all aspects of ranch life and native Chihuahuan Desert residents.

8:20 pm, Sunset Photo Hike

Richard Hinkel

Join Richard at the trail head on Hancock Hill for a photo hike and instruction on sunset photography of Alpine.

Sunday, June 16

Time to be determined, Sunrise Photo Hike

Chris Ruggia

Chris will lead photohikers on a sunrise hike of Kokernot Field for a unique view of Alpine.

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