Both instructors are very well regarded as photographers and lecturers. Both have had numerous exhibitions and are represented in many collections around the country. Both have served in administrative positions for the Society for Photographic Education. Between the two they have over 50 years of teaching experience in photography and are passionate about photography.
Robert Hirsch is a
well-regarded curator, educator, imagemaker, and writer. His work has
appeared in numerous one-person and group exhibitions. Hirsch was the
Executive Director and Chief Curator of the Center for Exploratory and
Perceptual Art (CEPA Gallery) in Buffalo, NY. He is the author of Seizing
the Light: A History of Photography, Exploring Color Photography, and
Photographic Possibilities: The Expressive Use of Ideas, Materials, and
Processes. He has also written articles for a variety of national publications
and is past columnist for Photovision. Visit www.lightresearch.net
to see Hirsch's work.
Greg Erf is currently Professor of Art at Eastern New Mexico University teaching photography and digital media. Board Member for the Capital Arts Foundation for the State of New Mexico and is a former columnist for Photovision Magizine. Erf is a well-regarded teacher and photographer and his work has been widely exhibited and collected. Erf's personal work uses turn of century photographic techniques and is represented by Linda Durham Contempory Art in New York and New Mexico, www.lindadurham.com. Also visit www.gregerf.com , www.negativepositive.com or www.enmu.edu
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