Summer photography classes at the Harvey Milk Photo Center continues is offering 20 classes Summer 2017 class programming. The complete class schedule and description of courses is listed online or pick up the catalogue of courses at the Center.

This month we are featuring two beginning printing classes. Digital Printing Made Easy – Intro Level, is a course for students who wish to understand the key basics and steps involved in digital printing. The instructor will break down the steps in an easy-to-follow demonstration and students will then practice and make their own prints in class. The course starts on June 28.

Intro to Black & White Printing – Darkroom starts on June 12 and is a great introductory class to show you all of the key basics in black & white darkroom printing. Students will learn all of the essential steps and processes to get you on your way to printing your images.

The Photo Center is looking for volunteers to help run their wet darkroom and digital lab. Contact the Center at 415-554-9522 to sign up. Established volunteers are welcome to take a complimentary course of their choosing each season.











The opening reception for the 2017 LGBTQ Pride Exhibit is on Saturday, June 17th at 5:30 p.m. Guest introductions are at 6:30 p.m. and entertainment in the main ballroom starts at 8 p.m.  This year’s exhibit is in collaboration with the wishes of Gilbert Baker, designer of the international symbol to the world of gay pride, the iconic Rainbow flag. In addition to Gilbert’s choices, the Photo Center has invited artists, writers, and photographers from throughout our community to share their diverse talents for this special show. More information is available here The photo of the Pride Flag was taken by Danny Nicoletta, who documented queer culture from the mid-1970s into 2000s.

There are new summer hours at the Photo Center through August 4: Monday and Friday, closer; Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, 3 – 10 p.m.; Saturday, 10 a.m.-6 p.m.; and, Sunday, 11 a.m.-6 p.m.


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