Catherine Edelman Gallery, a premier dealer of contemporary photography in Chicago, is holding a workshop called In Focus to educate people about the ins and outs of starting a collection of this increasingly popular medium. Led by Catherine Edelman and other prominent members of the local art community, the class will meet at CEG on four consecutive Saturday mornings from 9:30 to 11:00 am, starting October 17. The fee is $100 for all four sessions. Registration has already started on the gallery’s website. Shown above: “American Gothic” by Julie Blackmon, photo courtesy of Catherine Edelman.

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Catherine Edelman Gallery, a premier dealer of contemporary photography in Chicago, is holding a workshop called In Focus to educate people about the ins and outs of starting a collection of this increasingly popular medium. Led by Catherine Edelman and other prominent members of the local art community, the class will meet at CEG on four consecutive Saturday mornings from 9:30 to 11:00 am, starting October 17. The fee is $100 for all four sessions. Registration has already started on the gallery’s website. Shown above: “American Gothic” by Julie Blackmon, photo courtesy of Catherine Edelman.

 

Catherine Edelman Gallery, a premier dealer of contemporary photography in Chicago, is holding a workshop called In Focus to educate people about the ins and outs of starting a collection of this increasingly popular medium. Led by Catherine Edelman and other prominent members of the local art community, the class will meet at CEG on four consecutive Saturday mornings from 9:30 to 11:00 am, starting October 17. The fee is $100 for all four sessions. Registration has already started on the gallery’s website. Shown above: “American Gothic” by Julie Blackmon, photo courtesy of Catherine Edelman.

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