Gallery 224

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Ongoing Programs at Studio 224:

Join us for a round table conversation about
photo books on the second Wednesday of the month at 6:30pm.

Wednesday, April 11, 2018

These monthly meetings are intended to promote an ongoing dialogue about photography, either from an historical or social perspective, through the use of photography-related books. These sessions are open to anyone interested, and participants are encouraged to bring a book they would like to share with others as part of the conversation. These books can be from personal collections or from your public library and can be either biographies, monographs, portfolios, exhibit catalogs, essays, etc.

Based on participation, a subject and/or author will be appointed for discussion at the following meeting.

Bringing a book, while not required to participate, is encouraged.



Join us for a series of films relating to art, photography
or graphic design on the third Friday of the month at 6pm
at the WJ Niederkorn Library in Port Washington.

>> Coming Soon, date TBD
Behind The Pearl Earrings: The Story of Dickey Chapelle, Combat Photojournalist

Click for more details and for past PORTfolio showings.


One on One is a tutoring program for individuals who would like to learn analogue photography. All the equipment and materials are provided by the studio, including a 35 mm camera. This introductory program is taught by studio staff Flavio Martin Morante, and is free, although a $10 dollar donation to cover materials is appreciated.

A session will include:
• Working with 35mm, medium format and basic intro to 4x5 large format cameras
• Pinhole photography
• Working with black and white film and how to process it
• Paper negatives work
• Digital filing of analogue negatives and preparing entries for submission
• Wet darkroom print-making process (from contact printing to enlarging negatives)
• Cliché-Verre process

NOTE: This is not a camera repair service.
Tutoring sessions may be scheduled on the first and fourth Wednesdays of each month from 2-8pm. Registration is required in advance and based on availability. To schedule a session, click on the link below or email Please allow 2-3 hours to get the most from this opportunity. No prior photographic experience is needed, but participants must be at least 18 years old. This is a one instructor/one student experience!


>> Availability for Appointments:
1st and 4th Wednesdays of each month from 2-8pm