Photo Weekend 2019

FR 17th – SU 19th of May 2019 | BLO-Ateliers, Kaskelstraße 55, 10317 Berlin | analogueNOW! Photo Weekend | 5€ / 3€ whole weekend

Friday, May 17th 2019

7pm: Vernisage & Concert
Come say hi and enjoy the analogue photography community, the music and the art. The opening evening of the whole analogueNOW! Photo Weekend 2019.



Saturday, May 18th 2019

10am – 6pm Producer Fair
With interesting, known and unknown, analogue equipment creators.

Workshops
10am – 1pmPhoto Walk with Safelight Berlin
1pm – 3pmBlack and White Film Development
4pm – 7pmBlack and White Printing
Demos & Presentations
10am – 10:30amPaper Exposer App
10:30am – 11amLegograf Jens Werlein – Lecture
11am – 12amHeiland Electronic – Splitgrade Demonstration
12am – 12:30amChristian Klant (Wet plate)
1pmWet plate Live Shooting
Show & Tell
3pm – 6pm7 Artist Presentations
Extras
10am – 6pmCamera Minutera
11am & 12amCamera Obscura Boat Tour. See below for more infos.
Evening Program
6pm – 7pmSuper 8 Screening – Dresdner Schmalfilmtage
7pm – 8:30pmDDR-Wanderkino

Sunday, May 19th 2019

10am – 5pm Flea-market
Buy, sell, trade! analogueNOW! selected a few camera resellers, so that you can find some treasures in their analogue photo equipment.


Workshops
10am – 1 pmPhoto Walk
10am – 1pmPinhole DIY
2pm – 5pmCyanotype
Demos & Presentations
12am – 2pm
Legograf Jens Werlein – Demo
2pm – 4pm
Schlomographen
Portfolio Review
12am – 4pmWith Carmen Brunner, Betty Fink,
Nuša Hernavs and Caro Bräuer
Show & Tell
10am – 1pm4 Artist Presentations
Extras
10am – 4pmCamera Minutera
11am & 12amCamera Obscura Boat Tour. See below for more infos.
1pmLive Screen Printing. Bring some cotton T-shirts!

Participate!

Portfolio‐Review
The analogueNOW! Portfolio Review gives photographers the opportunity to discuss and explore a selection of their own work or a project with experts in the field of photography.


Show & Tell
Analogue photographers and artists come together and present their projects to the audience. You have a project that you want to show? Find more information here.

Workshops
The analogueNOW! Photo Weekend 2019 offers a variety of analogue photography workshops. You can find the details of this years workshops here.


Sa & Su | 11am & 12am | Camera Obscura Boat
Join a one hour boat trip on Spree river inside the Moving Camera and discover Berlin thru the lens of giant floating camera. 
Price: 30 € | Participants: 12 
To register write an email to:

 obscuraboat@analoguenow.com



About analogueNOW!

analogueNOW! is passionate about connecting and widening the community of analogue photography. We think analogue photography is more than a negative film in an old camera. As a platform for contemporary analogue photography we therefore invite you to the biggest analogue exchange in Germany. From May 17th until May 19th you can experience the second Photo Weekend from analogueNOW! with workshops, exhibitions and inspirations, a curated selection of works from an Open Call and contemporary photographers.

What to experiance!

Discover with us the different facets of analogue photography with Show & Tells and demonstrations of photography projects, take part in the Portfolio Review, exchange with other photographers and find treasures and equipment at the analogue fleamarket and on the producer forum. Also part of the program: film and Super8 screenings and projections of old train slides (125 years of BLO), concerts, djs, reading corner, coffee and food truck, a camera obscura boat and more surprises. The Photo Weekend is again located on the grounds of the BLO-Ateliers, who are celebrating their 15th year of existence. The works and studios of the BLO-artists and artisans can also be visited during the weekend.

We are very pleased to call the renowned photographer Harald Hauswald, co-founder of the photo agency Ostkreuz, holder of the Federal Cross and the price for unity, our patron for the Photo Weekend 2019. The Photo Weekend is supported by the Bezirkskulturfond Lichtenberg.


You can get an impression of our last Photo Weekend 2017 here.


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