Friday Morning

Fort Worth Nature Preserve photo shoot.  A guided shoot limited to 15 guests. (FULL) 

Friday Night

Extravaganza

The extravaganza is being held at the Fort Worth Stockyards.  The $30 ticket includes a photo shoot of the Legends of Texas - an organization of Texas western actors followed by dinner at the Stockyards Station. 

After dinner folks can enjoy the stockyards shopping,etc or can go to the Rodeo for additional action and photo opportunities.  Everything is within easy walking distance to each other within the Stockyards.  Billy Bob's of Texas is also in the Stockyards if folks prefer music and dancing rather than the rodeo,etc.

Rodeo

Visit stockyardsrodeo.com for full information about this event.  Convention rate of $15 includes a discount. This event provides an opportunity for lots of fun action shots.

Saturday Morning

Amon Carter Museum offers a number of permanent collection covering a variety of mediums, including photography.  This event is free and limited to 25 guests.

Fort Worth Nature Preserve photo shoot.  A guided shoot limited to 15 guests. Open Soon

 

Saturday Evening

Awards Banquet

Dinner at Texas Motor Speedway the $35 ticket included a buffet dinner, guest speaker, Quentin McGown and awards presentation, all in the exciting Texas Motor Speedway facility.

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Quentin McGown is a sixth generation Texan and fourth generation Fort Worth attorney with a lifelong interest in history.  He now serves as Associate Judge in Tarrant County Probate Court Number One having served as General Counsel, Director of Gift Planning and Alumni Director at Texas Wesleyan University, from which he graduated with degrees in theatre and law.  He served six years, three as chair, on the City of Fort Worth Historic and Cultural Landmarks Commission, and he is a past chair of the Tarrant County Historical Commission.  He served on the city's sesquicentennial history committee and co-chaired the Tarrant County Bar Association’s centennial celebration. He is a member of the Eldon B. Mahon Inn of Court and serves on the planning committee for the annual Red Steagall Cowboy Gathering. He also serves on the Endowment and Development Boards of Meals on Wheels, Inc. of Tarrant County and is a board member of the Tarrant County Historical Society and the Cowboy Heritage Association.  He teaches courses on Fort Worth history for the TCU Center for Texas Studies, and is an adjunct instructor in Political Science at Texas Wesleyan. He has three books, Fort Worth in Vintage Postcards, published by Arcadia Publishing and Historic Photos of Fort Worth, and Remembering Fort Worth, published by Turner Publishing. His forthcoming book explores Fort Worth’s mid-century modern architecture. He and his wife, Laurie, are slowly restoring their 110 year-old downtown Fort Worth home and a mid-century National Register property nestled in the post oak savannah on Lake Worth.

www.ryanbrownphoto.com

 

Sunday Morning

Fossil Rim Wildlife Center

Join Us on a Guided Photography Tour of the Fossil Rim Wildlife Center at a cost of $65 and with a limit of 50 guests, and let us take you on a leisurely guided tour along the Scenic Wildlife Drive, as you meet some of your favorite animals. Thrill to the giraffe’s long neck bending over you. Squeal with excitement as our ostriches investigate you. Enliven your morning, afternoon, or evening while being introduced to our kudu, cheetah, addax, and other exotic residents. On the Behind-the-Scenes and Ride-the-Rim tours, you can journey to parts of the park not visited on the Scenic Drive. Enjoy the opportunity to discover our onsite research and to examine what you can do to make a difference in our world. These tours provide a truly educational experience you won’t soon forget.

Sunday Lightroom Workshop

Join Sean Fitzgerald from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm on Sunday, May 7 in the Marriott Hotel for a workshop on Lightroom.    The cost of this workshop is only $99 and the class is limited to 20 participants.  Full workshop details are available Here. Registration will be open soon. Sean's work can be seen at www.seanfitzgerald.com and his bio at www.gulfstatesccc.org/speakers.