Collette Fournier Photography
I'm presenting my African Archives this weekend at Garnerville Dye Arts Gallery in collaboration with Samuel B. Harps III "Antigone on Robben Island: Mandela Takes the Stage.
The Sat. February 16th performance is a fundraiser for the new Gordon Center.
Produced through an Arts Council grant, photographer Collette V. Fournier’s “Retrospective: Spirit of a People” is a historic embodiment of four decades of her photography archives. The two hour presentation with a Q & A takes the viewer from black and white to color imagery and from film to digital capture. Fournier’s serial works explore themes of The Amistad: From Mystic Seaport to Nova Scotia, Post Hurricane Katrina, Travels to West Africa, and her community.
Hardware: This powerpoint presentation requires a laptop, projector, screen, wi-fi pointer, microphone and podium.
*Presentation: $350 - $1500
Depends upon location.
Contact: Collette V. Fournier, Photographer firstname.lastname@example.org
Amistad: From Mystic Seaport to Nova Scotia
Rockland Community College AFRICAN AMERICAN HISTORY MONTH 2019
I will be presenting "Retrospective: Spirit of A People" 2:00pm 8273, Technology Center; Please join me!
"Black Women: Power and Grace" Exhibition Opening on Thursday, May 31, 2018 6:30pm - 8:30pm at The Gregg Galleries in the National Arts Club 15 Gramercy Park South, NY, NY 10003;
Info: Kamoinge VP Russell Frederick@email@example.com
Photographer Collette Fournier will exhibit her photographic works at the Finkelstein Memorial Library 24 Chestnut St. Meeting room in Spring Valley, NY 10977 Rockland County. The reception is scheduled for Sunday, Oct. 14, 2018 from 1:30pm - 2:30pm and gallery talk from 2:30pm - 4:00pm. Event is free and open to the public.
The hour and a half presentation with a Q & A takes the viewer from black and white to color imagery and from film to digital capture. Fournier’s serial works explore themes of The Amistad: From Mystic Seaport to Nova Scotia, Post Hurricane Katrina, Travels to West Africa, and her community.
Fournier is a photographer with Kamoinge Inc. , an African American Photography collective based in NYC and teaches photography at Rockland Community College.
Fournier is currently working with The CEJJES Institute team to create a Black Cultural Museum in Rockland County. The artist thanks all participating organizations for their support: Arts Council of Rockland, Leonard Kurz Foundation, The CEJJES Institute, Finkelstein Memorial Library and Rockland Community College.
Please call Finkelstein Memorial Library at (845) 352-5700 to make an appointment to see my exhibition in The Meeting Room.
See posted flyer and library website for more details.
Fournier is also showing work in Photoville, Brooklyn Bridge Park.
Fournier is showing work in the faculty show at Rockland Center for the Arts (ROCA). https://rocklandartcenter.org/roca/current-exhibits.html
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Tuesday, June 19th 7pm, New City Library
220 N. Main St. New City, NY 10956