November 2-4, 2018
This dynamic festival leverages the unique attractions, history and landscape of the surrounding region and celebrates its diverse artistic and cultural community. InVision offers professional development, networking and hands-on workshops for photographers, image-based artists, creative entrepreneurs, makers and DIYersand establishes a venue for information sharing among the creative community.
$65 | $58.50 ArtsQuest Members | $52 Students (Valid High School or College ID Required)
Don’t miss this opportunity to get the most out of the InVision Festival. The Saturday day pass grants access to all Saturday lectures and the Art & Photo Swap Happy Hour. Presenters include Carol Guzy, Matthew Christopher, Frank Smith, and Jeremy Cohen.
*The Saturday pass excludes Portfolio Reviews.
PHOTOGRAPHY & PHOTO-BASED
- #InVision2018 Instagram Contest – From Oct. 1-Nov. 3, community members are encouraged to hashtag their favorite photos #InVision2018 and @bananafactory_pa for a chance to win. The images will be shown during the InVision Happy Hour on Nov. 3, where a winner will be selected and announced.
- InVision College Photography Contest
- InVision Juried Image-Based Art Exhibition – featuring cash prizes
- Morning Call Scholastic Digital Photography Contest Winners Announced
Interested in being an InVision Photo Month Partner? Click here to submit your listing.
For more information and to get involved contact Stacie Brennan, Senior Director Visual Arts.
Past Presenters include
- Sam Abell (National Geographic)
- Olivia Bee (Elle, Harper’s Bazaar, New York Times)
- Larry Fink (Vanity Fair, GQ, The New Yorker)
- Carol Guzy (Washington Post & Four-Time Pulitzer Prize Winner)
- Larry C. Price (Two-time Pulitzer Prize Winner)
- Joe McNally (LIFE, ‘Faces of Ground Zero’)
- Chase Jarvis (CreativeLive)
- George Kalinksy (Madison Square Garden)
- Nick Nichols (National Geographic)
- Eugene Richards (National Geographic)
- Kathy Ryan (New York Times Magazine Photo Editor)
- Rick Smolan (A Day in the Life)