2018 Darrell Gulin Seminar Schedule

Spokane Community College

Program Day One

Saturday, April 14, 2018

Saturday Morning starting 8:00 am
Opening remarks and introduction of Charles Needle

8:15 am Opening AV Show

12:00 noon Lunch

2:00 pm Start afternoon session

3:00 pm break

3:30 pm Questions and Answers

Program Day Two

Sunday, April 15, 2018

Sunday Morning starting 8:00 am
Opening remarks and introductions

8:15 am Opening AV Show

12:00 noon Lunch

2:00 pm "Onstage Demos - Creative Macro & Impressionistic Photography"

3:00 pm break

Questions and Answers

4:00 pm Closing Statements

April 16, 2018 PSA Spring Seminar - Free Field Trips for Registrants & Spouses

Pre-Registration is Required. Limited to maximum of 25 persons per Field Trip. Pre-Payment for Lunch may be required.
Each Field Trip group will meet separately, within the Music Auditorium periphery, to receive final briefing for Monday Field Trips & Answers to their Questions.

1) Inside Spokane - The field trip will include the Davenport, St John's Cathedral and the Greek Orthodox Church as well as a number of exterior architectural photography opportunities. Additionally, we will view the falls from under the Monroe Street Bridge as well as from several other vantage points. We will conclude with photo opportunities at the Steam Plant Grill and have a drink there together at the end of the day on April 16th. We also hope to have arrangements made for an evening overlook of the city but that is not confirmed. We don't plan on going into Our Lady of Lourdes cathedral although there will be outside opportunities. And we are unable to visit the FOX theatre because of a conflict with their scheduling.

(2) Northwest portion of the Palouse – barns, windmills, bridges, high vistas of the rolling loess hills, basalt cliffs & Palouse River, pioneer Perkins House, climaxed by panoramas from Steptoe Butte.  Led by Tim Bailey and Don Burnell.  12+ hours, 200+ miles.

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