PhotoHistory XV - Join us to meet historians, collectors, photo experts, and dealers from around the world. These symposia, held regularly since 1970, are organized by The Photographic Historical Society, the oldest such organization in the world, founded in 1966.
Ort: DoubleTree Hotel Rochester, 1111 Jefferson Road, Rochester (Henrietta) NY 14623 USA
Zeit: 21. - 23. Oktober 2011
General: $95 (includes reception,symposium, box lunch, & trade showadmission); Banquet: $32 (at the Hotel,Saturday, 7 PM) - Students free with School ID: Admission is free to the papers sessions and trade show, but must register in advance
Schedule of events:
Friday, October 21
Registration & Reception
7.00 p.m. - 10.00 p.m.: DoubleTree Hotel, Rochester (Hotel); Self-arranged Tours of George Eastman House (GEH)
10.00 a.m. - 5.00 p.m.: Tour this stately 1905 mansion, its gardens, and the International Museum of Photography & Film; handicap accessible.
Saturday, October 22
Late registration from 7.30 a.m.; Symposium 8.00 a.m. - 5.30 p.m.
GEH Dryden Theatre entrance: Banquet 7.00 p.m., DoubleTree Hotel Rochester; Speaker: Gert Koshofer (DGPh) - “150 Years of Color Photography”
Sunday, October 23
Photographica Trade Show & Sale 9.00 a.m. - 4.00 p.m. at the Hotel
Speakers & Topics:
Jay Allen (Indianapolis, Indiana) - “The Century Studio Camera”; Todd Gustavson (Rochester, N.Y.) - “500 Cameras”; Colin Harding (Bradford, England) - “What a Giveaway! Kodak Ltd. Premium Camera Schemes of the 1920-30s”; David Jentz (Granger, Indiana) - “Cameras That Were High on Everest”; Gert Koshofer (DGPh, Bergisch Gladbach, Germany) - “150 Years of Color Photography”; Kaoru Kuraishi (Ibaraki, Japan) - “Pinhole Photography”; George Layne (Flourtown, Pennsylvania) - “George Eastman’s Catalogs”; Nancy Martin (Rochester, N.Y.) - “Start Cameras Working and Keep Them Working: Kodak’s Picture Contest on the Eve of the Great Depression”; Margot Note (New York, N.Y.) - “Speed, Perfection, Cheapness: The Ambrotype’s Epoch in Photographic History”; Sabine Ocker (Gloucester, Massachusetts) - “Your Picture in Gold: The Rare and Beautiful Portrait Orotone”; Mark Osterman (Rochester, N.Y.) - “Evolution of the Photographic Negative”; Jeremy Rowe (Mesa, Arizona) - “Stereoscopic Documentation of Territorial Arizona”; Martin Scott (Rochester, N.Y.) - “Rudolf Kingslake-A Life in Optics”; Robert Shanebrook (Irondequoit, N.Y.) - “Making Kodak Film”; Simon Spaans (Delft, Netherlands) - “The History of the Photographic Exposure Meter, 1880-1970”; Erin Waters (Lancaster, Pennsylvania) - “Interior Life: Victorian Photo Displays”
ORT: DoubleTree Hotel Rochester, 1111 Jefferson Road, Rochester (Henrietta) NY 14623 USA, tel. (585) 475-1510 or (800) 465-4329
Reservations: Google “doubletree rochester ny”, enter PHS in the group/convention code window for the special rate of $119 per night
Forms at www.tphs.org
Email: PhotoHistorysymp@frontier.com; phone. Marian Early, (585) 232-3380; Send registration forms & checks ($US) to: PhotoHistory XV, POBox 10342,Rochester, NY 14610-0342 USA; Paypal: email@example.com
Friday–7-10 PM, DoubleTree Hotel; Saturday–7:30 AM, GEH Dryden Theatre Lobby;