Photowalking Stanford University at Memorial Church (Monday, October 1, 2007) – UpcomingWell our next ScobleShow Photowalk is officially on the calendar. We’ll be hitting old Stanford University on Monday, October 1st. We’ll meet at 4pm at the Memorial Church at Stanford and then shoot around from there. Robert Scoble and Photowalking producer Rocky Barbanica will be there on hand capturing another great shoot on video for us all to enjoy.
If you can make it come on out and join us. There’s also a Facebook page for you to RSVP in above to the upcoming.org page linked above. Also see Trevor Carpenter’s Photowalking.org page on this event for more details as well.
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Don’t forget that we’re ending the evening with a talk by the National Geographic. Not every day you get to see that!
And there’s a few other surprises to come. Don’t miss this one!
Here’s some info on the National Geographic panel: Making Connections: Photographic Storytellers from Around the World
“The National Geographic Society’s All Roads Film Project recognizes and supports indigenous and underrepresented storytellers from around the world who are documenting their changing cultures and communities through photography and film. We present talented artists from around the world who have been selected by the National Geographic Society to present their work and reflect on ways their images and stories make connections that help create a more just and beautiful world.”
The panel includes photographers from Nigeria, Lapland, Kashmir, and Inner Mongolia among others. Oded Balilty from Israel will also be on the panel; he recently won the Pulitzer Prize for his photo of a lone Jewish setter challenging a large group of Israeli security forces.
I’m trying to cook up some special guests and surprises for the photowalk, keep your fingers crossed.
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