The definition and understanding of what makes a photograph “art” is undoubtedly subjective and sometimes a bit confusing.
On Thursday April 17th, APA Los Angeles presents a panel discussion to help demystify and explain creating fine art photography. We will hear the perspectives from gallery owner Rose Shoshana, educator Sune Woods (Cal Arts) as well as artist Brett Van Ort and Karen Sinsheimer (Curator of Photography, Santa Barbara Museum of Art).
Panel moderator Aline Smithson is a renowned photographer and teacher who is represented by galleries around the world. Aline founded the fine art photography blog LENSCRATCH.
What defines fine art photography? What is the difference between commercial and fine art? What kind of work finds its way onto gallery walls and into museum collections? Our panel will explore these and many other questions about the interesting world of fine art.
We are thrilled to be having this event at the prestigious ROSEGALLERY in Bergamot Station Arts Center, Santa Monica.
Thursday, April 17, 2014
6pm- Networking and light meal
2525 Michigan Ave G5
Santa Monica, CA 90404
This event is free to APA member, rsvp to
Non member fee $30:
APA|EP member fee $15
Thank you to our generous sponsors: