“FOOD AND PHOTOS” Panel Discussion
Sunday, October 1
Photoworks Gallery’s 2017/18 Lecture Series Will Begin With A Food Photography
Discussion Featuring Renee Comet, Debra Moser and Jonathan Bardzik
Glen Echo, M.D. (September 25, 2017) – Photoworks Gallery will host a panel discussion on food photography with Chef Jonathan Bardzik, Food Photographer Renee Comet and Debra Moser.
The panel will take place at 4:00 p.m. on October 1, 2017 at the Glen Echo Arcade room 302. The panel will include bites from Chef Jonathan Bardzik, as well as Kapnos Kouzina in Bethesda. This event is perfect for anyone interested in professional food photography or even those just looking to up their Instagram game.
Tickets for the event are $30 and can be purchased at http://glenechophotoworks.org/.
Click here to download press photos for the event.
More About The Panelists
Jonathan Bardzik is a chef and storyteller, with a passion for farm-fresh local ingredients and bringing people together everywhere from farm markets and dinner tables to boardrooms. He has published three cookbooks and was recently recognized by the Farmers Market Coalition as a “Farm Market Hero.” Jonathan will be signing copies of his books after the event.
Renee Comet is a noted food photographer with an uncomplicated, fluid, elegant style. She has collaborated with chefs on over 75 cookbooks, and has worked with such clients as Food Network, Ritz-Carlton, US Postal Service, and the Washington Post.
As the former director of Vis Arts (formerly Rockville Arts Place), Debra Moser has guided arts organizations and businesses in growth strategies and is a co-founder and owner of of Central Farm Markets and MeatCrafters, Inc. Debra has a professional certification in pastry from L’Academie de Cuisine and is an avid traveler and photographer, participating in several exhibitions. Debra has written articles and contributed photographs about food and nutrition for local and national outlets such as Jewish Food Experience and Edible DC.
About the Exhibit
Foodies opens September 15 with a gallery talk and reception from 7pm to 9pm and runs through October 22, 2017. The exhibit goes far beyond the #FoodPorn you see on your Instagram feed featuring photos of food in all stages of preparation, from harvesting, to stylized “still life” cooking portraits, to composted scraps, and photos of the “foodies” themselves.
The artists exhibiting work in the show include; William Edwards, Eileen Z. Joseph, John Pan, Vincent Ferrari, Blair Jackson, Cam Miller, Sandy Sugawara, Richard Paul Weiblinger, Ari Golub, Ron Freudenheim, Ed Palaszynski, Bob Friedman, Zhangmou Sun, Gayle Friedman, and Said Ziar.
Forty years ago, in a derelict building hidden among the abandoned amusement park rides of Glen Echo Park, four young photographers founded Photoworks with little more than a shared passion for the daily work of seeing, shooting, and printing images of lasting beauty and artistic integrity. The day-to-day collaboration, creative dialogue, and informal mentoring that led those artists to successful careers as fine art and commercial photographers established the values of experimentation and collegiality that define Photoworks today. Offering a diverse combination of educational programs, gallery exhibitions, and community initiatives, Photoworks is a vibrant and unique resource for student and professional photographers – an arts community in the very best sense of the word.
Photoworks offers photography classes for all ages. The gallery is open to the public Sundays and Mondays from 1pm to 8pm and Saturdays from 1pm to 4pm.
Visit http://glenechophotoworks.org/ for more information.