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OCT 11 | ONLINE ARTIST TALK: PCNW 2022 Auction Artists Jenny Hansen Das, Dabi Stathakopoulos, and Dan Hawkins
11oct12:00 pm1:00 pmOCT 11 | ONLINE ARTIST TALK: PCNW 2022 Auction Artists Jenny Hansen Das, Dabi Stathakopoulos, and Dan Hawkins
Free w/ RSVP In celebration of Golden Hour, PCNW’s upcoming 2022 Benefit & Auction, join artists Jenny Hansen Das, Dan Hawkins, and Dabi
Free w/ RSVP
In celebration of Golden Hour, PCNW’s upcoming 2022 Benefit & Auction, join artists Jenny Hansen Das, Dan Hawkins, and Dabi Stathakopoulos as they discuss their analog photography practices, and specifically their endeavors into alternative processes such as lith printing and gum bichromate. These artists each have worked featured in Golden Hour, and have unique contributions to the PNW photography scene. Learn more about their work and techniques as they share their ongoing projects; you’ll have a chance to take home their stunning works at Golden Hour later that week. Be part of the lunchtime virtual chat on October 11 at 12pm. Moderated by Sarah D. King, PCNW alumni and artist with work also included in Golden Hour.
Jenny Hansen Das is a photographer living, studying, and working in Seattle. Much of her work is in experimental photography. She often combines multiple photographic methods to create an image, with a heavy focus on alternative processes. Jenny is currently earning a Certificate in Fine Art Photography from the Photographic Center Northwest.
Dabi Stathakopoulos has been a long-time student and supporter of PCNW. She currently resides in Cheney, WA where she has set up a small studio focusing on her Gum Bichromate work.She has had her Gum work included in PCNW’s Chase the light 2018 and 2021, and in Art Intersections Light Sensitive show 2019 and 2021.
Dan Hawkins is a Seattle based photographer who has used a wide variety of obsolete and archaic imaging processes to produce his work. These highly personal documents often deal with the dual themes of memory and decay. Beginning with empty houses and discarded water towers he has gone on to record EPA Superfund sites, chemical factories, decaying ballrooms, deserted nuclear facilities, crumbling hotels, and a number of derelict mental hospitals and jails. He has managed to see many of the nations lost treasures of industry and tour its forgotten mental health legacy. He is currently working on a body of photographs from a recent tour of the nuclear reactors of Northern France.
(Tuesday) 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm