**For December 9 to December 16 the Ham Room will be closed for painting.**
For the Month of December, Kim Hamilton, the owner of Hamilton Digital Restoration & Photography will have an art exhibit in the Ham room. Kim is a local artist who does a wide range of photography, both digital and film, as well as digitally restoring photographs, film, and slides for clients. With multiple mediums, techniques, and source materials she makes her films as visceral as possible, not focusing on a narrative, but rather on purely visual combinations that create a new context. Kim firmly believes that photographs are memories caught on film; a snapshot of personal history that can be interpreted in so many ways. It's the preservation of these memories that led her to digital restoration. By scanning photographs and then digitally restoring them she wants to rejuvenate and preserve memories that may have been lost otherwise.
Come in and explore her art exhibit for the month of December.
More About Kim Hamilton:
Kim received a BFA with a concentration in Photography/ Video from Montserrat College of Art, Beverly, MA in 2018. While earning her degree she completed an internship at ANYEYE with Professor Ethan Berry editing and archiving historical film footage. She curated the Woman In Action movie night featuring 35mm films from WWII and Post Depression eras.
Kim participated in Montserrat’s program in Mallorca, Spain where she studied photography and history. She created a portfolio documenting Spanish culture reflected in the landscape and architecture. For more infomation and how to contact her, click the link below.