This festival is a month-long celebration each November showcasing all things photography as well as photo-based arts, with presentations from renowned artists, workshops, demonstrations, exhibitions, photo walks and panel discussions. Over the course of the month, InVision offers professional development, networking and hands-on workshops not only for photographers, but also for image-based artists, creative entrepreneurs, makers and DIYers.
PHOTOGRAPHY & PHOTO-BASED
High School Student
- #InVision2020 Instagram Photo Challenge – From Nov. 2-20, share you best photo inspired by the word of the day. Use the hashtags #InVision2020, the word of the day and @bananafactory_pa for a chance to win.
- 10th Annual InVision Juried Photo-Based Art Exhibition
- Virtual First Friday Artist Talk, 100 Black Dads Project – Friday, November 6, 6:30 p.m.
- Artist Talk with Photographer Alyssha Eve Csük – Saturday, November 14, 11 a.m.
- Exploring the Golden and Magic Hour Photography Workshop with Alyssha Eve Csük – Saturday, November 14, 3 p.m.
- Crane Iron Works Site Photo Walk – Saturday, November 7, 10 a.m.
- InVision Exhibitions Gallery Tours – Nov. 10, 19, & 21
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)