January 22 - February 13
Join photographer John Langmore at the opening of his exhibition Open Range.
Austin-based photographer John Langmore will share his most recent projects, highlighting the cowboys of America on the country's largest ranches.
John Langmore will show his documentary about modern working cowboys on America's largest and most remote cattle ranches. Stay for a discussion with the filmmaker following the screening.
Alan Ross recounts his experiences as Ansel Adams' photographic assistant and how he developed his own fine art printing techniques.
Swap Meet Returns March 2020
DCP and Don's Camera are joining forces to give you a chance to buy, sell or swap photo gear of all kinds!
Watch a selected documentary about photography and stay for an after-movie discussion.
Join your fellow DCP members and Executive Director Peter Poulides at the Amon Carter Museum to see the Gordon Parks exhibition.
Hear about photographer Lisa Elmaleh's adventures through rural America using the portable darkroom in the back of her truck.
DCP and Don's Camera are hosting a casual gathering to share ideas about alt process in Dallas.
Join renowned street photographer Harvey Stein at the opening of his exhibition Mexico Between Life and Death.
Renowned street photographer Harvey Stein speaks about his experiences documenting Mexican life in small towns and villages.
Join us as we celebrate the opening of the Sacred Spaces exhibition. This reception is free and open to all.
Receive a tintype portrait in a personal 45-minute session with photographer Lisa Elmaleh.
DCP and Texas Photographic Society are honored to present an evening with Jeremy Lock, seven-time military photojournalist of the year.
Join Arthur as he traces his photographic life, from his early beginnings to both his commercial and personal work along with the stories behind the photographs.
Jennifer Spelman will show a wide range of work and share stories about her time in Cuba and how it has influenced the way she sees.
Award winning photographer Robert Moore shares stories from his past in publishing and experiences from his current travel and street photography.
Renowned photojournalist Ed Kashi will share a range of stories, issues and approaches that represent the frontiers of visual storytelling, from smartphone photography to short documentary films.
Missy Finger, co-owner of PDNB Gallery, will join photographer Jeanine Michna-Bales for a conversation about seeking and maintaining gallery representation.
Mike plans to talk about his imagery covering severe weather, northern lights, landscape, the Milky Way and more.
Join Reid Callanan, founder and director of Santa Fe Photographic Workshops, for an evening of conversation and images focused on the joy and wonder of living a photographic life.
DCP and Texas Photographic Society are proud to present an evening of inspiring lectures by two talented photographers and educators: Scott Hilton and Kenda North.
JB and Susan Harlin are on a mission to capture their world with camera and film sizes that range from 4×10 to 16×20 inches.
DCP and TPS are delighted to bring Mary Virginia Swanson to Dallas to present this informative and richly illustrated lecture on publishing options for artists.
This husband and wife duo will share insight and stories of their careers in photography.
Robert will share how his love for making images has evolved over the years and discuss how he used his iPhone and the Hipstamatic app to produce his most recent book, The Phone Book.
Mike Bain, the North American Ilford Rep, will share the history of Ilford and discuss the resurgence of interest in film photography and the future of the art.
As founding members of alt8, an alternative processes group based in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, Frank and Loli have worked extensively in nontraditional image-making methods.
Ed Kashi is a photojournalist, filmmaker and educator dedicated to documenting the social and political issues that define our times.
DCP and the TPS are proud to present an evening of inspiring lectures by two talented photographers: Dornith Doherty and Lupita Murillo Tinnen, former graduate school mentor and student respectively.