Don Gurewitz is an accomplished public speaker and a frequent slide
lecturer to school, campus, and community audiences throughout
His audiences range from elementary school to university
and photography students, from retirement communities to camera clubs, from gallery audiences to special groups such as
by the Ambassador of Nepal and U.S. Representative (California)
Tom Lantos to hear Don’s presentation on “A Trek
to the Himalayan Land of Mustang” at the Rayburn Congressional
Office Building in Washington, DC.
All of Don’s presentations
are based on personal travel, observation, study, and research.
Always centered on his award-winning
his topics range from the political to the professional, from travelogues
and animal safaris to architectural and historical themes.
of Don's talks includes:
- “Myanmar: A Glimpse of Tradtional Life In Burma” for the Harvard Travelers Club.
- “Surviving as a Fine Art Photographer” for the New England School of Photography (NESOP) annual student assembly.
The Lost Tibetan Kingdom” at the Marchais Museum of Tibetan Art in New York, and the Griffin Museum
of Photography in Boston (in conjunction with extended solo exhibits
at both museums).
Trek through Dogon Country in Mali” for the
Cambridge (MA) Center for Adult Education.
- “Ancient Civilizations” for
a Fuller Middle School (Framingham, MA) assembly of 6th grade
- “Islamic Cultures Around the World” for
an assembly of 5th and 6th grade classes at the Shady Hill School
(Cambridge, MA), and an assembly of 7th and 8th grade classes at
the Fuller Middle School (Framingham, MA).
Blackburn College in Carlinville, Illinois.
- “At Home:
Images of Traditional Communities” as the annual guest artist
for the Mars Hill College “Dreams to Deeds” program
in Mars Hill, NC.
For a more extensive list of past lectures, please see Don's resume on the "about" page.
For more information on specific topics, prices,
etc., and to schedule
a presentation, please contact:
51 Berkeley Street
Somerville, ma 02143