Visual Arts Lecture Series
The Visual Arts Lecture Series brings contemporary artists and other experts in this field into the Dairy Arts Center to present and discuss their work in an effort to connect the visual arts to everyday life.
Leaping into iPhoneography
Free and open to the public
The worldwide iPhoneography movement has gained recognition among leading museums and galleries around the globe. Learn about the history of this new medium and see the remarkable creativity possible with the phone in your pocket!
Kate Zari Roberts has been a fine art and commercial photographer for over thirty years. Her commercial work has appeared in magazines and books worldwide, she has exhibited her fine art photography in museums and galleries on three continents, and she has received many prestigious awards.
Five years ago, Kate discovered iPhoneography and has completely embraced this new medium. Her iPhone art has been recognized and featured in many prestigious shows and organizations representing the iPhone art community. She was a finalist in the Julia Margaret Cameron Awards and has been featured in the AppWhisperer, iPhoneography Central, P1xels, Mobiography, the New Era Museum, the World iPhoneography Art Movement, Mobile Monochromes, Streetwise, and rFoto Forum. Learn more about Kate at katezarirobertsphotography.com
This lecture is held in conjunction with the Dairy's celebration of the 2017 Month of Photography, represented by the Impossible Humans: The International Collection exhibition and Michelle Robinson's Transmission exhibition.
The Dairy respectfully suggests a donation of $5 per person for your participation in the Visual Arts Lecture Series. You may make your donation in advance when you click the "buy" button below and choose a "Donation" ticket.
The Dairy's Visual Arts Program would also like to thank the following sponsor: