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Corvettes: Images & Stories About America’s Great Sports Car

Join us in the Hubbard Room, to hear author Harvey Goldstein speak about Corvettes: Images & Stories About America’s Great Sports Car.

Harvey will explain how the Corvette project came about, and the behind the scenes workings to make it happen. He will include interesting photography facts on how to photograph your classic car. This book is about the love everyone has for this special car. It is comprised of 60 different Corvettes from 1955 to 2017 and the stories by their owners. Copies will be available for purchase and signing.

Harvey plans to write and edit more books featuring classic Chevys, Fords, Volkswagens and trucks of all makes.

Harvey Goldstein is a Middletown native; he attended local grammar schools and Woodrow Wilson High School. He is an Air Force veteran and served in Viet Nam flying the not-so-friendly skies of South East Asia. He is a 1973 graduate of Quinnipiac College.

Harvey and his brother Alan owned and operated Alfa Studio in Middletown from 1973-1995. He is a Past President of the Connecticut Professional Photographers Association (CTPPA) and the Professional Photographers Association of New England, and later served as the Executive Manager for CTPPA. He served on the Bylaws, Rules and Ethics Committee of the Professional Photographers of America for 26 years.

He was the editor for numerous state, regional and national photography association publications. He served as the editor for LENS magazine, a national magazine from Cleveland, TN and was a contributing writer for three other national magazines. He has been an editor with Amherst Media from Buffalo, NY since 2013.

Drop-in program. No registration necessary.

Questions? Christy Billings at 860.347.2528 ext 160.

Date:
Tuesday, August 13, 2019
Time:
6:30pm - 8:00pm
Location:
Hubbard Room
Categories:
  Adult  

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