*How to Register
Registration for the f295 Symposium on Lensless, Alternative and Adaptive Photographic Processes has been going so well we decided to share our joy by extending the current, reduced registration rate until April 22.
But, if you need yet more time to re-organize your schedule we reduced late and in-person registration rates to only $165! We’re so pleased with the current level of registration we eliminated the expensive $200 rate entirely! But don’t wait too long space is limited!
We have registered attendees from states across the country. States respresented include: CA, ID, MD, MA, MI, MN, NC, NJ, NY, OH, PA, VA
Space is limited! Register today to reserve your place and to receive the best possible registration rate! The rate increases on April 22. Don’t miss your chance to attend THE most intriguing photographic event of 2007!
Registration Fee Timeline:
March 4 - April 22: $120
Late Registration and in-person (April 22 - 27): $165
Late and in-person: $200
Student rate with ID: $70
You may register online using our convenient and secure form
or, you may also register by phone ( between 9am - 5pm EST) by calling:
Carnegie Mellon University
Conferences & Event Services
Admission to the 8 lectures and 2 round table discussions held in conjunction with The Center for the Arts in Society at Carnegie Mellon University. They will take place in McConomy Auditorium at the University Center as part of The Perspectives on the Arts in Society Series on Friday April 27, as well as a name badge, coffee, tea, water, and snacks during breaks, a program of the days activities, admission to the Daguerreian Society Reception and exhibition “Daguerreotypes Past and Present” and access to the sale of books by symposium speakers. You’ll also be able to take advantage of B&H Photo’s special symposium discounts on supplies and merchandise!
All workshops and other events must be registered for separately with the corresponding hosting organization. Links and phone numbers may be found on each of the corresponding web pages.
On campus parking is available in one of several garages and it is free on weekends. For more information on parking please see this map from Carnegie Mellon University. P5 is the garage nearest the event (The University Center is the large building to the right of Gesling Stadium, just above Forbes Avenue) [view map]
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