Rail photography group gears up for annual ‘Conversation’s conference

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LAKE FOREST, Ill. — Registration is now open for the Center for Railroad Photography & Art’s annual “Conversations About Photography” conference in Lake Forest on April 28-30, 2017.

According to an advanced lineup of presenters, the 2017 conference will feature conversations led by Drayton Blackgrove, Katherine Botkin, Jean Bubley, Alexander Benjamin Craghead, Dan Cupper, Nick Fry, Eric Hirsimaki, Kevin P. Keefe, John P. Kelly, Alan Miller, Adam Normandin, James J. Reisdorff, and Dave Styffe.

Scholarships are also available for young students and aspiring photographers and artists to help offset conference and travel-related expenses. The funding covers registration costs, lodging, and partial travel expense in exchange for limited volunteer service at the conference. The deadline for scholarships applications is Feb. 20.

The event will be held at the Lake Forest College about 30 miles north of Chicago.

For more information, go to railphoto-art.org.

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