photography


⭐ True Sons of Freedom: A Photographic Exhibition (Fairfax County Public Library) – VIRTUAL

Join our conversation with Library of Virginia Exhibitions Coordinator Barbara Batson about her exhibit “True Sons of Freedom,” stories of Virginia’s African American soldiers who served during World War I. Barbara will share stories and pictures from the exhibit she curated, and present close-up portraits of two of the soldiers before, during, and after […]


Marketing Your Business Using Instagram (Baltimore County Public Library) – VIRTUAL

​Learn how Instagram can be used to establish a brand, connect with your audience, reach new customers and produce content that encourages engagement. Topics include setting up (or switching to) a business page, important features, tips for producing great content and leveraging Instagram insights to reach your target audience. Registration closes […]


Intro to Digital Photo Archiving (DC Public Library) – VIRTUAL

Learn the basics of personal digital photo archiving during this virtual lunch hour presentation. Space is limited, please register at bit.ly/labsclasses to reserve a seat.* This event will be held virtually. You will receive join instructions two (2) hours before the event is scheduled to begin. ASL interpreters and captioning will be […]


Meet John Clark, Photographer & Writer (Enoch Pratt Free Library) – VIRTUAL

Registration not required, but encouraged. Click here to register through Eventbrite. John Clark Mayden will give a slide-illustrated presentation of his photography while in conversation with Kenyatta Berry, then answer audience questions. Native Baltimorean John Clark Mayden is no stranger to the world of photography, community, and law. Mr. Mayden born May 16, 1951, was […]


Teen Life Skills: Photography – A Peek Out Your Window (Baltimore County Public Library) – VIRTUAL

Use photography and visual art techniques to observe your immediate environment in a new and enhanced way by creating a viewfinder and transferring those skills to a device that takes pictures. The following supplies are need: 8.5×11 paper, 4×6 index cards (this could also be a piece of cereal box […]


Teen Life Skills: Photography – Symbolic Silhouettes (Baltimore County Public Library) – VIRTUAL

​Through a discussion on symbolism and color theory, design a contrast drawing by outlining 5-10 chosen objects that represent a story you would like to tell. Theme suggestions include fantasy, culture, food, nature and random. ​​​​The following supplies are needed: 8.5×11 paper, 4×6 index cards (this could also be a […]