Since our non-profit was founded in 2004, we have been able to award over $100,000 to photography students in Monterey County and we couldn't have done it without your support. Just this year, under new leadership and our new name, the Weston Scholarship Fund awarded 39 scholarships totaling over $12,000!
What's Been Added
- Bronica Camera Body
- 75mm Nikkor Lens
- 50mm Nikkor Lens
- Minolta Maxxum 7xi Camera Body
- 28-80mm Minolta Zoom Lens
- 80-200mm Minolta Zoom Lens
- 35-70mm Minolta Zoom Lens
- Minolta 3500xi Flash
- Assorted Camera Filters
We are so thankful to our community for thinking of us when getting rid of old, unused camera equipment. The equipment donated is made available to Monterey County photography students who might need a different lens or want to experiment with a different camera format.
If you have equipment that you would like to donate that would benefit photography students practicing the traditional silver gelatin photographic process please send us an email, firstname.lastname@example.org, and we will get in touch with you!
Join us on Saturday, July 21, 2018 for our annual Bohemian Nights fundraising dinner at Edward Weston's home on Wildcat Hill! The night will be full of art, creativity, exceptional food and beverage, photographic history.
Come celebrate at "the little house with the big mood" where Edward, Ansel, and many more influential artists used to meet and collaborate. Tickets are limited to 20 guests, so do not hesitate!
We are thrilled to announce that la Balena will once again be catering this year's fundraising dinner. They are a key supporter of our community and always prepare their dishes with high quality local organic ingredients.
We will have exquisite wines from Bernadrus, their grapes grown and harvested a short distance away in Carmel Valley. It is a special treat having a glass of wine while listening to the rumble of the Pacific Ocean.
The Weston Collective is a 501(c)3 corporations and all proceeds will be used to provide photography scholarships to Monterey County students practicing the traditional process of silver gelatin printing.
Can't attend but still want to contribute? Click the link below for information on how to help us continue achieving our goals!
On Saturday, January 6, 2018, join Roman Loranc, the Weston family, and the Center for Photographic Art's (CPA) executive director, Brian Taylor, for an intimate dinner party at Edward Weston's home on Wildcat Hill!
The party will be held following the opening of Roman's upcoming show at the CPA, Poetry of the Lens and is limited to 10 guests.
Enjoy fine wines and a delightful, home-cooked meal by Kim Weston, while mingling with Roman and those who are passionate about fine art photography.