Free Seminar – Funding Your Dream Photo Project

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Free Seminar – Funding Your Dream Photo Project

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with Morgan Heim

Saturday, June 14
Location: CPAC Gallery, 1513 Boulder Street, Denver 80211
Meets: 2-3:30 pm

FREE to CPAC Members – space is limited; RSVP recommended. Call 303-837-1341 to reserve your place.

$10 general / $5 students with ID – register below

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Funding Your Dream Photo Project is a free-to-members seminar that provides photographers and artists with the tools and strategies for pursing passion driven projects. Using Morgan Heim’s own “CAT in WATER” project as a case study, you’ll discover tips for finding and approaching funding sources and key elements for growing interest and support for your project. Join Morgan for a lively discussion on what works, what doesn’t work, and what strategic steps are necessary to gain the funding required to make a project come to fruition.

This seminar is presented as a benefit of CPAC membership

Morgan Heim_CATinWATERPhotographer and filmmaker Morgan Heim uses the power of visual storytelling to help raise the social standing of our planet’s more controversial, misunderstood or under-appreciated critters. With a background in zoology (BS) and environmental journalism (MA), she employs photographic techniques ranging from aerials to camera traps, photojournalism and film on her mission to share stories that matter. Morgan is an Associate Fellow with the International League of Conservation Photographers, (iLCP), and her work has appeared in such outlets as Smithsonian, National Parks, National Geographic NewsWatch, and BBC Wildlife. Her flagship project, CAT in WATER, is a quest to share the stories of the endangered fishing cats of Thailand, a cat that loves water, barks like a dog and is threatened by demand for America’s most popular seafood, shrimp.

Take a look at Mo’s personal project and it’s successes!