Thomas ‘Thor’ Thorspecken

Snap! Space. 1013 E. Colonial, Orlando 32803. MAP IT.
March 29, 12-3PM

Join us for an ARTIST TALK, DIGITAL SCAVENGER HUNT & BOOK SIGNING of ‘Urban Sketching’ with Thor.

Thor will explain more about his vision, his process and walk us through the key images in his retrospective exhibit, ‘A CERTAIN POINT OF VIEW,’ currently on view at Snap! Space. He will be signing books after the tour and talk. Guests will also be given a list of questions when they arrive. The answers can only be found by scanning the QR codes on the exhibited sketch labels, linking to Analog Artist Digital World articles. The winner will receive a signed copy of the book. Participation in the scavenger hunt is optional. A free QR Reader app is available from the Apple Store. It is a good idea to download the app prior to the event.


Jennifer Schwarz and David Bram

Snap! Space.  1013 E. Colonial, Orlando 32803. MAP IT.
March 01-02, 10AM-1PM (past event)

Flash Powder Projects Workshop. One day workshop offered on Saturday, March 1 and again on Sunday, March 2.

The Flash Powder Workshop gives photographers valuable knowledge and guidance on how to move their careers forward, establish goals for their work, and develop plans to launch photographic projects.  Jennifer Schwartz (creator/director of Crusade for Art) and David Bram (editor, founder, and curator of Fraction Magazine) each have unique and complimentary skill sets and photographic backgrounds.

David’s specialties include editing and sequencing work, social media, and online exposure opportunities. David Bram has reviewed portfolios at over 20 national events including PhotoLucida, Fotofest, PhotoNOLA, Atlanta Celebrates Photography, Review LA and Review Santa Fe. Jennifer’s areas of expertise are artist statements, navigating traditional avenues for exposure, and thinking strategically and creatively to determine target audiences and build collectors. She formerly owned and directed a fine art photography gallery in Atlanta, the Jennifer Schwartz Gallery, for five years.

This three-hour workshop is geared toward photographers of all levels who want to take their photography presence to the next level.  Limited to 25 participants per day, the fee is $175 per person.