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January 30th 2021 CLICK CLUB Pinhole Panel Discussion

Updated: Feb 27, 2021


This panelist discussion was focused on all things pinhole photography.


Dianne Bos:

Mohkinstis, Treaty 7 (Calgary, Alberta) 

Instagram: @dbosphoto

Dianne Bos' photographs have been exhibited internationally in numerous group and solo exhibitions since 1981. Her recent exhibition 'The Sleeping Green: No Man's Land 100 years later’ opened at the Canadian Cultural Centre in Paris in April 2017 and travelled across Canada. Many of Bos’s recent exhibitions feature work made with handmade cameras, walk-in light installations, and sound pieces. These tools and devices formulate and extend her investigations of journeying, time, and the science of light. She has received many awards and grants. She now divides her time between the foothills of the Rockies and the Pyrénées.

Nicole Small:

Montreal, Quebec

Instagram: @nicolesmall_portraits

YouTube Channel

Nicole Small is an artist and photographer located Montreal, Canada who specializes in fine art photography and the art of self-portraiture. She is an artist who works with vintage cameras in a variety of formats, creating traditional and non-traditional photographic works of art.

Nicole Small is an artist that is fascinated with creating instant, bold and direct visual connections. Exploration of the unusual, the unexpected and the non-mainstream are the generators behind her works of art through the use of historical photographic techniques alongside the dimensions of light and stillness in time. One of Nicole's DIY pinhole camera builds was published in a recent article that can be found here: (*the last entry on the page)

Hope Kahn:

Florida, USA

Instagram: @hopekahnphotography

Hope Kahn has been a professional photographer for the last 25 years.

She has studied photography at University of the Arts in Philadelphia as well as workshops throughout the country. She has held her own lecturers and Pinhole workshops.

Hope has been utilizing and exploring alternative photography with a concentration on pinhole and plastic cameras. Her work can be found in many public and private collections, as well as in numerous print publications.

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