Saturday, 11 October, 2014
Symposium: 8:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
George Eastman House, Dryden Theater, 900 East Avenue.
Preliminary listing of presentations
Working Without Pictures: Recovering the Early Years of American Photography / Gregory Drake, Photographic Historian / Boston,MA
Photography: Hungary’s Greatest Export? / Colin Ford/ Enfield, England / Former Director of UK Museum of Photography, Bradford, England
The Uvachrome System of Color Photography / Cornelia Kemp, Curator of Photography and Film, Deusches Museum, Munich, Germany
Geographic Origins of Still Cameras Manufactured in the United States / Ralph London, Portland OR
Creation of the first Digtal Single Lens Reflex at Kodak / Jim McGarvey, Rochester, NewYork
The First “Selfie”: Robert Cornelius and the Curation of Identity / Margot Note / Independent Researcher, NYC NY
Spy Satellites, the Cold War, and Kodak / Brad Paxton / Eastman Kodak (retired), Rochester NY
Georeferencing the Work of Historical 19th Century Photographers in Arizona and New York City / Jeremy Rowe/ Arizona State University, Tempe AZ
The Trumball Panoramic Camera / Peter Schultz / Brown University, Providence RI
Teaching the History of Photography in the Digital Age / Kenneth White / Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester NY
Skylight Photo Studios of the Finger Lakes / Nicholas M. Graver / Eastman Kodak (retired), Rochester N