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Legit info here: http://www.sfcamerawork.org/events/index.php?id=94&month=09&year=2010 RSVP: info@sfcamerawork.org or 415.512.2020 (space is limited. if you want a seat, you better RSVP)

Event: Thursday, September 30, 6 – 8 pm

Panel Discussion presented by Aperture

In conjunction with the publication of its 200th issue, Aperture magazine, in collaboration with SF Camerawork, presents a conversation on the state of the modern magazine.

Join us for a special panel discussion at SF Camerawork as professionals from Dwell, Wired, theBeliever and Chronicle Books discuss the opportunities and challenges of this industry today, and the impact changes are having on photographers.

Panelists include: Kyle Blue, creative director of Dwell magazine; Zana Woods, director of photography of Wired magazine; Nion McEvoy, chairman & CEO of Chronicle Books; andAndrew Leland, managing editor of The Believer magazine.

Moderated by Michelle Dunn Marsh, co-publisher of Aperture magazine, with an introduction byChuck Mobley, curator for SF Camerawork and editor of SF Camerawork Publications.

Admission is free, but space is limited. RSVP at info or 415.512.2020 to reserve a seat.

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yep, another discussion on the state of the modern magazine, which could be considered overdoing it, if not for the esteemed panel that’s been assembled. curious to hear what they have to say.

i mean, things have changed via the iPad, indie/diy/crowdsourced publishing, and luxury/ltd edition production strategies.

*also, is it just me or does everyone (and the companies) involved in the 9/30 panel represent a generally white demographic? not that it matters anyway, maybe i’m projecting/imposing. design/tech/literati just seem to skew that way, to me. maybe it’s just SF. [shrug] i’ll see.

Also of note:

First Exposures & 826 Valencia Collaboration

Be sure to check out the bus shelter project, a special collaboration between First Exposures and 826 Valencia!

Students ages 11-18 merged the power of photography and the written word to create real and imagined stories of San Francisco neighborhoods in posters that will appear on bus shelters throughout the city of San Francisco during the month of September.

Click here for more info, including a map of the bus shelter locations!

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