This year's New York Photo Festival is almost upon us. Its setup follows last year's very closely, so there will be a lot of stuff to look at and go to - and for those who really can't get enough (and who need to see online photo or video proof of what happened), Andrew Hetherington is already firing up his inexhaustible engine (does the man ever sleep?).
For those interested in blogging and what it can do or maybe should do or should not do or cannot do or whatever else there might, there's a panel discussion on Friday, May 15th, at 11:00am, at the St. Ann's Warehouse location, featuring Cara Phillips (also Women in Photography), Laurel Ptak, Andrew Hetherington, Brian Ulrich, and myself. Part of the idea is to have some audience participation in the form of questions or suggestions.
I can't and won't pretend I have looked at the full event schedule, but one other panel I noted already: "Artist-Publisher: Mass Produced for Mass Dissemination", on Thursday, 5:00pm, at the same location - all about making books etc. Find the full schedule of panels here.
See you there.