The 4th Triennial of Photography offers its visitors an extensive and varied program ranging from portfolio viewings and round table talks to nightly lightshows, lectures, and workshops.
http://www.phototriennale.de/content_info.php?info=p79_Drawn-by-the-light–Making-salted-paper-prints.html | Drawn by the light: Making salted paper prints
Martin Jürgens, photograph conservator, Hamburg, offers a workshop on the production of calotypes (negative and positive prints of the salted paper process). 19th and 20th April 2008.
http://www.phototriennale.de/content_info.php?info=p126_Photographic-Series.html | Photographic Series
A Photographic Workshop by Valerie Wagner at the Museum for Arts and Crafts (Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe). 30th April – 22nd May 2008 (4 days).
http://www.phototriennale.de/content_info.php?info=p127_How-to-curate-an-exhibition.html | How to curate an exhibition. Project Management for Photographers: How to Prepare and Organize an Exhibition. A workshop by Valérie Wagner, photo artist. 18th – 20th April at the Museum of Arts and Crafts (Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe).
The second weekend offers portfolio viewings with experts of international photo festivals as well as art directors and art dealers. The portfolio viewing adresses both professional photographers and future talents.
Nightly “Flashlights”, workshops with photographers and photo restorers as well as round table talks with guests from museums, publishing houses, and last but not least the photographers themselves round off the program.