Sat, May 14|
Library After Dark with Roger Dorband
Meet local author Roger Dorband from 4-5pm and enjoy beverages and appetizers from 5-7pm.
Time & Location
May 14, 2022, 4:00 PM
Warrenton, 160 S Main Ave, Warrenton, OR 97146, USA
About the Event
Roger Dorband is a native of Grants Pass, Oregon where he grew up on the Rogue River. He received a bachelors degree in psychology from the University of Oregon before earning a second degree in fine art from Portland State University in 1975. He twice exhibited sculpture in the Portland Art Museum’s Artists of Oregon Exhibition, was included in a national drawing exhibition and the Oregon Print Makers Annual. He received both public and private sculpture commissions and exhibited in numerous solo and group exhibitions before turning to photography.
In 1993, Dorband’s black and white photography was published in Blue Moon Over Thurman Street, a collaboration with renowned author Ursula K. LeGuin. Since then he has published The Rogue, Portrait of a River in 2006 and Out Here, a second collaboration with Ms. LeGuin, in 2010. In addition to photographing in the Northwest, he has traveled extensively, creating bodies of photographs from Europe, Mexico, Egypt and India. His photographs are included in numerous private and corporate collections, and in the collection of the Portland Art Museum. Dorband lives in Astoria, Oregon with his wife, retired psychiatrist Patricia Barnes.