Scott Mc Kiernan Presents a Palm Beach Photographic Centre Happening
PULITZER TRUE STORIES
Inspire + Illuminate + In-Depth
MAY 14, 2016 • Noon-Six
In honor of the Pulitzer Centennial, this Exhibition has over 100 Pulitzer winning images, including the just won Reuters Staff Pulitzer. Also many back stories on the photographs and what happen to lead up to the image and aftermath.
WHEN: Saturday May 14, 2016 From 12-6 PM – FREE – OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
EVENT HOST: Scott Mc Kiernan from DOUBLEtruck Magazine and ZUMA Press
Opening Presentation by Best in Show Host, SCOTT MC KIERNAN, CEO and Founder of ZUMA Press
Pulitzer Photography Winners Movie
See over a hundred winning images that have won a Pulitzer. Starting with First one in 1942, to most recent winner from just a few weeks ago. Presented by ThePicturesoftheDay.com
Migration to Misery and the Burden it Carried for the Photographer
DALLAS KINNEY, Palm Beach Post, won the 1970 Pulitzer for Feature Photography, for this tough look at poverty, as young man and it haunted him. GREG LOVETT, Photographer and Picture Editor, The Palm Beach Post, recently talked to Dallas and will talk about his journey.
David vs. Goliath
BRIAN SMITH, Miami celebrity portrait photographer, talks about how his staff mates at The Orange County Register, whose small staff, beat the giant media armies to win a Pultizer for its”™ 1984 Olympics coverage.
2-3:45 PM: The MOMENT: Timing and Access
ALAN DIAZ, Staff Photographer, Associated Press, 2001 Pulitzer Prize for Breaking News Photography for his photograph of the United States Border patrol”™s BORTAC team”™s seizure of Cuban six year old Elian Gonzalez. Diaz himself was born and raised in New York and moved to Cuba at 16 with his family in 1964. Studied with famous Cuban photographer Korda and moved back to USA.
MIKE STOCKER staff photographer, from the Sun-Sentinel, has been nominated as a finalist for the most times and to have never won the prize.
Iconic: Citizen Journalist First Pulitzer
CHARLES PORTER IV, first citizen journalist to win the 1996 Pulitzer Prize for Spot News Photography for the Iconic Oklahoma City Bombing picture of a fireman trying ot save a baby from the horrific act of terrorism in the Heartland.
4 PM: The Story Teller
CAROL GUZY, 4-time Pulitzer Photography Winner, most by any photographer, won while on staff of the The Miami Herald in 1986 & The Washington Post in 1995, 2000 & 2011.
5 PM: Pultizer Power
Wrap-up Group Panel of Pulitzer Photography Award Finalists & Winners (Lovett, Smith, Diaz, Stocker, Porter, Guzy) Moderator: Special guest, former Time editor Arnold Drapkin
6-8 PM: Museum Opening
Palm Beach Photographic Centre Museum OPENING FREE and Open to one and all