Events – Halide at Home

Light Lunch: Artist Talks

Introducing Light Lunch: Artist Talks — a new, ongoing series of informal, online presentations by contemporary artists working in historic photographic processes. These events are offered on a pay-what-you-wish basis. Please feel welcome to join for free, or make a donation of any amount at after registering. *Note: Event times are in Philadelphia (EST)

June 22nd Light Lunch with Paula Riff VIDEO

June 29th Light Lunch with Lucretia Moroni VIDEO

July 13, 2020
12:00 pm - 1:30 pm

An intimate and interactive Q&A session with Andrea Modica about her work, practice, and process.

July 27, 2020
12:00 pm - 1:30 pm

Interdisciplinary artist Sage Lewis will join us to present a virtual talk about her work.

August 10, 2020
12:00 pm - 1:30 pm

Photographer and educator Carla Shapiro will give a virtual presentation on her work.

August 24, 2020
12:00 pm - 1:30 pm

Artist, instructor, and professor Sandra C. Davis joins us for a virtual presentation on her work.


Summer 2020 Halide-at-Home online events are made possible with support from Penn Treaty Special Services District and The Philadelphia Cultural Fund.



More about Halide programs:

Year-round The Halide Project presents a variety of free and low cost programming for photographers of all levels of experience from professional to beginner. Join us to engage in something you love with fellow analog enthusiasts or learn a new technique in an artist-led workshop.

Past activities have included informal group critiques, artist lectures, book signings, pop-up shows, visits to museum archives, photographer meet-ups in visually compelling locations, and workshops in large format photography, pinhole camera-making, polaroid emulsion lift printing, wet plate collodion tintype demos, cyanotypes in the park, and more!

See more photos from our events and exhibitions on our instagram account.

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Image credits: 1: Rick Wright, 2-3: CJ Harker, 4-5: Alexandra Orgera, and 6-12: Susan Stromquist