The Industrial Heritage of Lowell Massachusetts
A Photography Workshop
September 18, 19 & 20, 2016
Cindy Horovitz Wilson and David S. Pinkham invite mill lovers and photographers to a unique experience. Lowell Massachusetts is the first planned textile producing industrial city in the US, complete with canals, dams, waterfalls and 19th c industrial architecture. This workshop will provide you with opportunities to photograph the cityscape, architecture, water and mills within the historic center of the Industrial Revolution in America, Lowell, MA.
As you walk the streets learning about the industrial history of the city of Lowell, you will be provided with instruction. You will practice architectural, interior, street and cityscape photography. There will be nightly sharing of images and discussions about technique and visualization. You will be challenged to see beyond your expectations, and explore new ways of creating images. Challenge yourself! Please join us for this three-day workshop in Lowell.
Lodging: Available at the Radisson Hotel, Chelmsford Mass. At $129 per night.
Maximum: 12 students with working knowledge of their camera
The workshop begins promptly at the Visitors Center, Lowell at 10 AM, September 18, and concludes on September 20 with a walking tour along the Merrimack River as the autumn colors begin to turn brilliant.
Contact: Cindy Wilson firstname.lastname@example.org for information/registration
David S Pinkham and Cindy Wilson have been photographing mills in the Blackstone River Valley for over three years. Their exhibit "The Industrial Heritage of the Blackstone River Valley" has been shown at the Dryden Gallery Providence, the Blackstone Valley Tourism Center, Pawtucket and the Cranston Public Library. To view their mill images, please visit cindywilsonphoto.com or dsp-photography.com