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Announcing VI.VA

In just two days, school lets out — and the 30th annual Ann Arbor Summer Festival kicks off! I’ve been waiting for this upcoming Festival’s opening night for an ENTIRE YEAR. And it’s not just because I love the Festival. Last season had some amazing moments (of which I’ve got photographic...

Announcing JUMP.IN

Executive summary: Tomorrow. Last day of school. First day of the Ann Arbor Summer Festival. Glorious weather. YES! I can feel it. I can taste it. I can practically see it (although that may be retinal afterburn). For the past few weeks I’ve been awash in my favorite images captured at...

Announcing PLAY.SPACE

I have barely caught my breath from last year’s Summer Festival and here it comes again! But truly, not a moment too soon — we’re ready for warm summer breezes, and more than ready for hangin’ out with fellow Townies at Ingalls Mall. And this year’s Festival line-up has us...

Sweetwaters Makes the World Sweeter — and Smaller

I’ve got another show at Sweetwaters (on W. Washington). Hooray! It includes portraits I’ve taken of children and high-school seniors living in the Ann Arbor area. Perhaps you’ll recognize one of your friends or neighbors, or even yourself. I even brought back a few pieces from my first Sweetwaters show...

STOP.MOTION at Café Zola — extended to March 1

There’s still time to catch a glimpse of summer at Café Zola. My Summer Festival exhibit of large-scale (4x6 feet) photographs will be up till February 1 March 1. In addition to the NOMO piece, the exhibited images feature My Dear Disco, Hullabaloo, and a bounty of joyful faces (and...

Announcing: STOP.MOTION

The Ann Arbor Summer Festival is right around the corner (it starts this Friday, and the weather forecast for the opening weekend looks amazing), and so is my 3rd big Summer Festival photography exhibit in the Power Center lobby. The exhibit is entitled STOP.MOTION, and features a new set of...

RE.FRESH at Café Zola

This blog entry is a wee bit overdue, as the RE.FRESH exhibit has been up at Café Zola since December 1. Hopefully, you will still have the chance to see the show before it comes down on February 1 March 1 (extended!). Especially if you’re in need of a quick...

Announcing: RE.FRESH

The Ann Arbor Summer Festival is right around the corner (starts next Friday), and so is my 2nd big Summer Festival photography exhibit in the Power Center lobby. The exhibit is entitled RE.FRESH, and features a new set of images taken at last year’s Top of the Park. The exhibit...

Gallery Project: Step Right Up!

I took a break from working on orders yesterday to join Mary Morgan in visiting the Gallery Project space on S. Fourth Ave., where artists are in the process of installing their pieces for a new show that starts tomorrow, December 10. I don’t normally cover (non-performing) art, but this...

Strange Fruit Served at Café Zola!

Myra Klarman Photography Exhibit at Café Zola in Ann Arbor, Michigan
On large format photographs, that is! If you missed my show at the Power Center this past summer, or if the cold weather’s just got you jonesing for the Summer Festival, come check it out. Plus, Café Zola has really, really good food and drinks. It’s a regular date-night spot...

outside.IN: Artist Reception

Last night’s reception was fantastic! Just having my images exhibited is a thrill, but having an artist reception? It blew my mind. I was literally speechless after Robb Woulfe’s beautiful recounting of how I started working with the Ann Arbor Summer Festival and of his reactions to my photographs. If...

Announcing: outside.IN

When Robb Woulfe, the executive director of the Ann Arbor Summer Festival, approached me about displaying some of my Festival images in the Power Center lobby, my exact response was “Are you kidding me?” When I was running around photographing last year’s Festival, I figured the images would be used...

FestiFools 2008

Wow! FestiFools 2008 was completely, totally, utterly, absolutely, wicked awesome! Giant puppets marauding on Main Street; throngs of volunteers and spectators jumping, dancing, clapping, and shouting “Wahoo!”; Groove beating on buckets and ladders; clowns and music-makers clowning and making music (respectively); Zoltan posing mind-boggling koans; lots of happy faces; plenty...

Marching towards FestiFools 2008

The 2nd FestiFools Parade is coming around faster than you can get dishpan hands from working with papier-mâché (which, trust me, is pretty fast). On Sunday, April 6 from 4–5pm, giant, fanciful puppets (and foolish co-conspirators) will once again descend upon downtown Ann Arbor, and dance like there’s no tomorrow....

Street Smart

I know that many seniors dig urban portraits. But last summer I photographed this 2.5-year-old girl, who was absolutely giddy about having her pictures done city-style. The results were amazing! Needless to say, this year I’ll be shooting people of all ages in downtown Ann Arbor. With my camera,...

Portraits on Display at Kerrytown

If you’d like to see samples of my portrait work up-close, take a tour of Kerrytown Market & Shops. I have displays on the 1st and 2nd floors, and along all three stairways. Many people ask to see samples of the modern gallery-wrapped canvases — these are hung upstairs, across from...

Portraiture Show at Sweetwaters

My first show! I displayed 23 portraits of children, high school seniors, and captures of the Burns Park Players and Pioneer Theatre Guild at Sweetwaters on W. Washington during the months of May, June, and July in 2007. It’s unusual for an artist to get to display at the café for...

FestiFools April 1st Parade

FestiFools 2008 is scheduled for Sunday, April 6, at 4pm (Fools at Four!). For updates and information about how you can be involved in the process to create the magnificent street creatures, visit the Street Theater Art website. Backstory Being a Burns Park Player means having the pleasure of working with very...
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I’m a professional photographer specializing in studio and lifestyle portraits of children, families, high school seniors, and performing artists. I live in Ann Arbor with my husband, Rich, and our 14-year-old son, Max. Learn more about my portrait and headshot services at Myra Klarman Photography.

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