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An Evening with Henk van Kooten in SLC

Posted on Tuesday, February 26, 2008 at 08:25PM by Registered Commenterkennethlinge in | Comments1 Comment | References2 References

I'm SO excited to inform you that Epson and The International School of Photography will be having a seminar with my favorite photographer Henk van Kooten from The Netherlands in Salt Lake City, Utah on Tuesday, March 25th, 7pm. Henk's main subject will be "How to Create your own Creativity". Henk is unquestionably the most creative photographer I have ever met. I just spent 3 days at his studio last week and can promise you there is NO end to his imagination and creativity, simply AMAZING! It will be held at the new SpringHill Suites by Marriott, Salt Lake City Downtown 625 South 300 West it is very close to Pictureline and if you need a room for the night ask for the Pictureline rate! www.marriott.com/slcsh Doors open at 6:30pm and the seminar starts 7pm precisely. It lasts until 9:30 with 2 breaks. The price of the seminar is $85 with a maximum of 40 students. Previous students of The International School of Photography will receive a $10 discount. Check Henk out at www.henkvankooten.com.
To sign up, email the International School of Photography at: intsop@gmail.com.

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    Wow, you put a lot of thought into that. Now, you've gotten me to thinking!
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    Good Web site, Stick to the great job. With thanks!

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Wow that's cool, I made some for a pharmacy last week because they needed publicity but doing photography in that place it's amazing, I wonder if could make it some day, well thanks, lucky.

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