Thursday, March 16, 2023
6:00 p.m. CDT
Join us for a conversation with photographer Dwight Primiano to learn about the specialized process of photographing architectural drawings. When museums and archival collections began acquiring architectural drawings for their institutions, scholars, architects, and building owners needed illustrations or copies. Issues of size, media, line definition, and purpose are among the many questions that architectural drawings pose to a photographer. Get a firsthand look at how this work of great importance to the Wright community is done today.
About the Speaker: Dwight Primiano has over 35 years of experience in photographing architectural drawings and we will travel through time from slides, black and white film, and color transparencies to the current digital studio.
Tickets and registration:
Advance registration is required. Admission is free for Conservancy members, or $10 for the general public. If you are not a Conservancy member, click here to learn more about member benefits.
How this event works:
Before the event starts you will receive an email with a Zoom access link. Please install and test Zoom in advance on the device on which you intend to view the event. A recording will be made available to registrants to view for one month after the event.
If you have questions or require registration assistance, please email [email protected].
This event is supported by the Rotary Historic Preservation Fellowship.
Posted February 28, 2023