Photography as Fine Art

Photography as Fine Art Special Interest Group

Brief Description: Photography as Fine Art - Participants in this SIG will explore the topic of Fine Art Photography and the things that help define what Fine Art Photography is. We will participate in tutorials and talks. Visits to exhibits and galleries will help us see how other artists have conveyed their ideas. We will tap into local and regional artists and curators to guide us. There will be opportunities for participants to meet to discuss their ideas and get feedback on their work.

Prerequisite: All that is required to join this SIG is an interest in pursuing the topic of Fine Art Photography.

Maximum number: 20

Total number of hours: 1 and ½ per month

Location, times: The group generally meets on the 4th Tuesday of the month at Rehoboth Art League. However, on occasion, to accommodate the schedule of an expert or for a field trip to a museum exhibition, the date and time of a meeting may be adjusted. Participants are kept informed by email. 

Expected outcomes: Participants will learn from participating in discussion and viewing art and will begin to form their own personal definitions of fine art photography. Critique sessions will provide an opportunity for participants to improve and develop their personal photographic vision and style. Group members will form relationships with and learn from other Fine Art Photographers. Participants may share what they have learned through displaying work in an exhibition, a mentoring session or program for other club members, and in other ways. 

For more information or to join, please email Leslie Sinclair at